3 October 2017:Explore Taiwan through a showcase of 11 themed pavilion with more than 5,000 products on display
Malaysia is the final stop on the Southeast Asian tour of the Taiwan Expo 2017, where it will take over halls in the Kuala Lumpur Convention and Exhibition Centre (KLCC) from 9-11 November.
With the theme ‘BEST for MY Life! Beauty, E-commerce, Smart, Talent’, the expo will feature a series of business matching seminars, cultural performances and other exciting activities designed to showcase Taiwanese industries and culture.
The focus of the 11 themed pavilions falls under five main pillars, namely Beauty & Halal, E-commerce & Business, Smart & Technology, Talent & MICE, and Culture & Taste. A large selection of halal beauty products and speciality food will also be exhibited, highlighting the potential of the Halal industry in Taiwan.
TAITRA Deputy Executive Director Philip Huang, Malaysia Taipei Economic & Cultural Office representative H.E. James Chi-Ping Chang, SME Association of Malaysia President Datuk Michael Kang and Asia Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce President Dato’ Allen Chiang
Business seminars lined up for the expo will cover four key topics including Taiwan Green Product Presentation, A Brand New Digital Economy Internet Business Conference, Taiwan Halal Products Presentation, and Taiwan Excellence Seminar – Developments and applications of Intelligent Transport System.
Visitors can also expect to see more than 23 innovative brands showcasing their solutions relating to the-internet-of-things, innovative digital technology, Virtual Reality and consumer electronics. Also present will be Taiwan’s largest APP developer Chocolabs, the world’s biggest caller-ID provider Whoscall, mobile solar cell cars as well as numerous Taiwan gifts.
Highlights of the expo will be the highly creative consumer items and specialty food, with exhibits which offer a unique blend of lifestyle and fine arts options.
Finally, a Contact Taiwan Global Talent Recruitment Zone will be setup to facilitate talent recruitment and where interested students can register, helping to deepen bilateral relations and the exchange and cultivation of industrial talents between Taiwan and Malaysia.
For more information head to mys.taiwanexpoasean