Those were the first words almost every one of the 1,600 Amway China distributors and employees who stepped off the luxury Ocean Mystery liner that docked at Keelung said yesterday morning.
It’s a little different as an arrival statement. Usually, people who reach a place they look forward to visiting say: “Here I come.”
Probably the visitors, who left Shanghai on Saturday, reserved that statement until after they came to Taipei, the metropolis so well known to Chinese as a tourist mecca.
Taipei didn’t let them down.
The first Chinese tourists to arrive in Taiwan aboard a cruiser visited the Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall first. They all know Dr. Sun, the founder of the Chinese republic.
Then they were given a red carpet welcome at the Shin Kong Mitsukoshi Department Store near the Taipei 101.
Logo from Amway
|100 People you Should Follow on Twitter in 2014|
|How the heck does the stock exchange work, anyway?|
|This Video Will Make You Wish You Were an Entrepreneur in the 1980s|
|The Chinese Train That Never Stops|
|Even the Shopping Cart Needed Marketing|
|Entrepreneurs Take Too Many Showers|
|Science is Cool, Even the Science of Christmas Trees|
|3D Print Your Unborn Baby|
|How to Attract Better Clients|
|The Economics of North Dakota’s Oil Boom|