Proudly MIT

Proudly MIT

When I was in middle school, my classmates were amazed by the stationery, outfits, earrings, barrettes, and all sorts of fun items I acquired on my trip back to Taiwan. They eventually decided Taiwan was like a big mall, where you can buy delicious food and beautiful goods.

“Made in Taiwan” evokes in me the word quality, and I’ve rarely been disappointed. Whether it’s paper cards, notebooks, decorative memorabilia, kitchenware, jewelry, electronics, food, cosmetics products, or home decor, Taiwanese products are delicate, precise, exquisite, delightful, and inspiring. Driven by traditional work ethics of an agricultural society, infused with the poetic spirit of a rich Chinese culture, and probably influenced by Japanese artwork and formality, I think Taiwanese put their heart into what they make, so the final product is something they can be proud of, something that will not only serve a function but also touch the heart.

Taiwan is a small island, but its people have big dreams. Through the creative outlets of food, gifts, things used in daily living, graphic design, and more, we see the delightful worlds these beautiful minds have envisioned, which constantly enrich our spirits and inspire us to dream, as they have dreamed and succeeded.

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