AT THE EXHIBITION A: Hello sir! Welcome. B: Uhm… A: My name is Johnny Chen. Is there anything I could do for you? B: Uhm… Tell me more about your product? A: With pleasure! We at China Tech manufacture and sell mobile phone handsets. We support many standards and have many designs and colors as you can see here. B: OK. But what about price? A: Price? Well, why don’t you sit down, let me get you some excellent Chinese tea and we can discuss in detail? B: Chinese tea? Why sure! Thank you. A: The pleasure is all mine good sir.
Obama or McCain? Who should I vote for with my absentee ballot?
Visual tour of Krumz Bistro in Manama, Bahrain. Excellent brunch experience.
Truth is stranger than fiction - view of downtown Manama, Bahrain while Nik plays Def Lepard. Near the end, an albino streetside water vendor walks by (why would an albino be out in that heat and sun!)
My traveling companion, Nik had interesting tunes such as Convoy on while trekking to Bahrain
I can think of few places in the world besides Taiwan that would market a residential apartment complex entitled TiT -- Town in Town. Are they being coy or just didn't bother to ask any random foreigner what tit means? Or to just look it up in the dictionary?
Another video of beetle nut princesses in Taiwan.
Key phrase: New Year's resolutions to make New Year's resolutions Example conversation: Fred: Hi John, how are you? John: Great Fred. Happy New Year! Fred: Happy New Year to you too! John: So, Fred, what are your New Year's resolutions? Fred: Well, I have made a resolution to lose weight and to be more efficient here at work. How about you? John: My resolution is to learn a new language. I think I am going to try to learn Chinese. Fred: Chinese? That's very difficult! John: Yes, I think so. But I am going to try my best. Fred: OK, well, Happy New Year again! John: Same to you!
In Taiwan, the semi-narcotic beetle nut is sold by scantily clad girls from their neon-lit glass booths on streetside. Working class men in Taiwan enjoy the eye candy and purchase the nut for a coffee-like high before work or driving, etc.
Key phrases: to empower empowerment employee empowerment employee empowerment policy ownership organizational behavior human resources Example sentences: We really need to empower our workers to do the task / work. Who owns this project?