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Exploring Macau

Though it was my 3rd time in Macau, I never explored it much as I rely on friends to buy me food and grocery. Thus, I did not need to go out from the dorm. This time, I was alone and have to do all those stuff for myself :-(. Then I found out that … Continue reading

It’s Macau Again!!! (October 12 – 16, 2012)

Macau may have something that draws luck to it that people just keep on coming in. And that includes IMG people. It is said that one can appreciate the place more if he keeps coming back; when the place becomes more familiar and lovable, just like home. I first knew Macau in 1983 when I … Continue reading

Taiwan Jan 27 – Feb 1, 2012

It’s my first time in Taiwan. Known for its Taipei 101, once the tallest building in the world (now it’s second to Dubai’s Burj al Arab), Taiwan has more interesting things than just the tall building. The main reason of going to Taiwan is IMG’s MD Summit at Taipei across Taipei 101 itself. This was … Continue reading


Macau, (also spelled as Macao) is Republic of China’s special administrative region that lies on the west of Pearl River Delta and faces South China Sea. It was a Portuguese colony and currently has the “one country, two systems” policy. It consists of the Macau Peninsula, Taipa and Coloane islands. Taipa and Coloane are connected … Continue reading

Tsim Sha Tsiu

It’s Tsim Sha Tsiu once again. Tsim Sha Tsui is a cape-shaped place of Kowloon, HK which is opposite Central (where we stayed). When we had the HK Convention in Jan 2011 with my boys, I wished I could show to them Kowloon especially Tsim Sha Tsiu but I was too tired and too cold … Continue reading

International Marketing Group (IMG) HK Visit Sept 23

International Marketing Group set a quarterly convention in Macau on September 25. Since Hongkong is the more accessible neighboring island, we travelled and stayed there first before and after the convention. We had good times because of unique bonding moments with Reynaldo Babatuan, Randy Dexter Cosare Pancho, Celerina Gullem-Olitres, Edna Fanlo and Jean Damondamon. Some of … Continue reading