Q & A
Q：How do you start your day?
A：A hot American coffee can warm me up and lift my spirit for the day.
Q：Where do you visit the most?
A：The Internet, searching for information and browsing interesting people, events and things.
“Learning” is necessary daily homework. I need to understand the information of the constantly growing world, absorb the information and keep updated. Art is not merely limited to my consciousness, and how I relate to the world is my ideal.
Q：Which restaurant do you often visit?
A：Minder Vegetarian. I’d gradually like to become a vegetarian to realize the ideal of environmental protection.
Q：What do you do for leisure after work?
A：Stare into space! Just me alone, staring into space.
With so much daily information to absorb, everything gets updated too quickly. So every day, if I have time, I would take some time to just stare into space. Like Buddhist meditation, I have to let my mind rest and take a break, but I tend to stare into space to reset myself, which I like a lot.
Q：What book have you recently read? Do you have any realizations or feelings about the book?
A：The study of signs and symbols and break through them!
The world is full of language symbols. When we are restricted in a particular norm, an approach to change the frame through creation is to first understand the signs!
Q：What do you find the most interesting or appealing in Taiwan?
A：The convenience stores.
The convenience stores in Taiwan are like kaleidoscopes. I believe that everyone agrees and enjoys the convenience. I used to think of Taiwan’s convenience stores when I lived in Milan.
Q：What are your expectations of staying at the Hotel?
A：The sense of design and level of comfort.
Whether you’re on a business trip or traveling, staying at a hotel allows you to relax and feel a sense of home, so the level of comfort is really important. When I’m away from home and stay in an environment with a total different style of design, it’s just like having an urban. It’s really quite enjoyable.
Q：What is your impression of the hotels of Taipei Inn Group?
A：Every hotel has its own characteristics, and the location is quite good.
The hotel strongly emphasizes arts and culture, which can give travelers from around the world a sense of the local culture and warmth. They not only focus on providing comfort and the impression the hotel gives its visitors, but also strives to represent the value of Taiwan.