Taiwan Expo 2017

Good news for travelers who have Taiwan in their Travel Bucketlist: Taiwan is going to be visa-free soon! To celebrate the good news, the Taiwan Expo 2017 was held last September 29 to October 1, 2017, at the SMX Convention Center. The event gave everyone a glimpse of the Republic of China.


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Save Money with Taiwan Products

The event showcased 85 innovative products from 23 Taiwan Excellence Award-winning companies which include known tech brands such as Acer, ASUS, and Gigabyte. Different products promoting “innovate” or innovation plus added value were a big hit for the attendees.

Taiwan Expo 2017 also showcased Taiwan’s solar panels which, when adopted by large companies and even houses in the Philippines, can definitely save a lot of money from paying large electricity bills.

Taipei’s e-bikes and YouBikes were also featured in the event. A lot of attendees were amazed at how cost-efficient these bikes are. If you have been in Taiwan, especially in Taipei, you might already know how useful these YouBikes are for people in the country. These YouBike might be the answer to the increasing traffic problems in the country.

Study in Taiwan for Free

What caught my eyes is the “Study in Taiwan” campaign. Several big universities were offering study opportunities for Filipinos. You can study Business, Engineering, and Education for free. If you are planning to pursue graduate studies, some universities in Taiwan are also offering iMBA and international engineering courses which can give you more opportunities.

Feast Your Eyes and Your Mouth

Taiwan will never be complete without tasting their mouthwatering delicacies. Stalls were offering free tastes as if you are in Jiufen. Pork buns, dumplings, and mochi of all kinds can be tasted for free. There are also special offers if you are going to buy in bulk.

Taiwan Expo 2017 is a huge success. It gave people the opportunity to experience what Taiwan has to offer.

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