My 2nd job requires me to converse in Mandarin and answering calls for customer in Taiwan, not a lot of people knew that. It’s where I started my career at American Express. I always wondered what is Sin Guan San Yuet until I visited Taipei.
I think it’s consider a Japanese retail store given it’s name (very much like Isetan here in KL). The one thing different is each brand have got their own payment counter, as compare to a common cashier here in KL.
Having spent the entire morning at Shin Kong Mitsukoshi, we ended up eating at their food court. With price ranging from NTD1,000 to NTD 1,500, you get to choose various type of meals. Like mine the ramen with chicken chop and May’s mini hotpot. The taste is not bad too.
Spent early part of the afternoon at Taipei 101 mall, but the things inside are just too expensive. It’s like Star Hill, can only see but not touch.
Some of the food that we get to eat at the Raohe Night Market.
Have just started my new job today, will try to blog the full itinerary this week.