It’s been a couple of years since I studied at the HU and it’s been a lot longer since I last posted a blog on this website. A quick Google search (query: Wouter Pons) brought me here and, as faith would have it, my browser remembered a login to this website. So, as the rebellious […]
This is eMarketingBlog.nl!
This blog is written by students of the eCommerce Minor and 4th year International Communications & Media student of the Hogeschool Utrecht. Writing this blog is a part of their online marketing course taught by José Cabrera y Charro (teacher, entrepreneur, app-editor and blogger).
Students are expected to write a weekly blogpost during their entire course. You will find some articles in Dutch and some in English. This depends on whether the students are Dutch or International. Students write about new developments in the online marketing, ecommerce, mobile & app marketing industries.
Every country has it’s own charm and it’s own self developing biostructure. Usually most of the people nowadays would prefer a comfortable all inclusive hotel no matter the destination they are going. We tend to choose the comfort build by other people to enjoy ourselves with the capability to use technology and all extras provided […]
Traditional Chinese new year dish in Taiwan Hey everyone! Have you tried the recipes I shared so far? If not yet, I am sure you have at least know some eating culture of Taiwan! This week I am going to share what people eat for Chinese New Year Holiday in Taiwan. Chinese New Year (CNY) […]
What the locals eat daily in Taiwan- Bento The best way to explore food culture of a country is to know what the locals eat daily. In Taipei, people tend to eat out more often than cooking, because it is convenient and cheap. The most common dish the locals eat is called “Bento”. Bento its […]
The Most Famous Taiwanese Cuisine Some of you might heard of some festivals in Asian countries. In Taiwan for example, the main festivals are Chinese new year, moon festival, and dragon boat festival. However, have you ever heard of “Taipei Beef Noodle Festival”? Yes! There is such festival in Taiwan. It is to award to […]
What are Night Markets? One of the must-see destinations in Taiwan is “Night Markets”. As the name suggest, they are markets that open in the evenings. Night markets are mainly located in urban or suburban areas occur every evening until past midnight, street vendors will gather on streets selling goods, clothes, and most importantly food. […]
Are you a food and culture lover? If yes, please read on and follow my blog in the upcoming month. I will be sharing delicacy of Taiwan. You might wonder why Taiwan? Well, there is an idiom in Taiwan saying that “foods are the most important to people.” Besides, I am a Taiwanese girl who […]
Hey everyone:) Last week I suggested you some places to visit. Now, let’s talk about something you have probably all been waiting for. Something that holds a special place in my heart (and stomach). Today is the day when we are finally going to discus the best topic of all – food! And not just […]
Hey everyone 🙂 Shall we talk about some sightseeing today? And oh boy, there are so many sights to visit and enjoy in Seoul. When you first arrive in the city you are most probably going to be overwhelmed with the amount of new information and places that everyone recommends you to visit. To make […]
Hi everyone 🙂 Now that we got a little bit familiar with the Hanyang Seoul Campus, I have something special for you. I have asked my dear friend Dasom to help me out and tell us a little bit about her student life at Hanyang University. I met Dasom in my first week in Korea […]