TiT Taipei

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I love Taipei.

All the building developments in the city have an enormous amount of money thrown at marketing and branding, usually ending up gleefully making impossible promises about the life-changing factors that come along with purchase of your, as an example, ‘Noble City Castle’.

However, there are times when the English checking team clearly left early for the day, and you end up with such incredible names as this – opposite the Siemens / Nokia building on MinSheng and Fuxing – it must have made their day.


Town in Town = TiT


And seen in context … of one of the busiest intersections of the city.

3 Comments

  1. Posted 2008/05/12 at 04:17 | Permalink

    That’s the biggest one I’ve ever seen!

  2. Anonymous
    Posted 2008/05/12 at 10:50 | Permalink

    MAN! I JUST HOPE I CAN SEE THINGS FROM YOUR EYES…

  3. Posted 2008/06/05 at 14:11 | Permalink

    Heh heh. Reminds me of an asian shipping company, Titan, that names their ships after heavenly bodies. This one was the
    “Titan Uranus.”

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