Wednesday, August 27, 2014

From Taiwan

From Taiwan – Inspiring India with the best !



Emma Expo India is a 3 day event being held from 11th September to the 13th September 2014 at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre (BIEC) in Bangalore, India.

 This event showcases products like Machine Parts & Accessories, Automobiles Parts , Tools, Cutting Tools, Molds and Other Related Equipment , Pneumatic Tires & Tubes, Electric Wire and Cable, Industrial Plants And Machinery, Wood Working Machinery, Electrical Equipment, Battery, Cell, Charger, and Module, Computer & Peripherals Products, Engine Parts, Motorcycles, Drive Information System, Sundries, Adhesives, Manual Hand Tools, Industrial Computer and Peripheral Products, Car Accessories , Instrument and Apparatus for Demonstration and more etc. in the Automotive, Electronics & Electrical Goods, Plant, Machinery & Equipment industries.


To Explore Business opportunities with Taiwan Companies on OEM ODM basis or per your requirements please come to visit our Taiwan Suppliers coming to Kolkata for a Single Day Business Meet.

In 2013 TAITRA organized a Taiwan Delegation of 30 Companies to meet around 250 Local Companies with a whooping fruitful conduct of 600 Meetings at The Oberoi Grand Hotel – Kolkata.

Following the Success of last year’s Taiwan Delegation visiting India we do hope that this year we will have more people coming to attend this exclusive meetings!

This year Kolkata Taj Bengal, 2014, 15th September a Taiwan Delegation of 9 Exclusive Companies will be open to all Business Opportunities & Prospective Procurement for a single day one-to-one business meet!

We hope you will be interested to meet them. We have allotted 20 minutes for each meeting.

If interested in others also, Please let me know which are the companies you are interested to meet and what is your *preferred time*? Please Confirm. I will insert it in our Meet chart accordingly.

*timing allotment will be on a first come first serve availability*

Ann Elizabeth Lee
Taipei World Trade Center, Kolkata Office.
Apeejay House, Block " C", Ground Floor,
15, Park Street Kolkata-16.
Tel: +91-33-4004-2796/97.
Fax: +91-33-4004-2798.

Monday, August 4, 2014

L O V E - D E V O T I O N

“People don’t know there’s a long history of the black Chinese,” says former TV Executive, Journalist , entrepreneur and filmmaker  Paula Madison (  Paula Williams Madison was born in Harlem, New York in 1952 to parents Elrick Williams and Nell Lowe Williams ) .

In tracing her roots through Jamaica,  Paula Madison set out to find a missing link – her Chinese grandfather and long-lost relatives across the Pacific. She turned that journey into a fascinating documentary, “Finding Samuel Lowe: From Harlem to China” about heritage and family .
 Three successful black siblings from Harlem discover their heritage by searching for clues about their long-lost Chinese grandfather, Samuel Lowe.

Retired NBC Universal executive Paula Williams Madison and her brothers, Elrick and Howard Williams, were raised in Harlem by their Chinese Jamaican mother, Nell Vera Lowe. Nell encouraged them to realize the rags-to-riches American dream, resulting in their growth from welfare recipients to wealthy entrepreneurs. In order to fulfill a promise to their mother to connect to her estranged father's people, they embarked on journey to uncover their ancestral roots.

The three traveled to the Toronto Hakka Chinese Conference where they connected to members of the Chinese Jamaican community. As the mystery of their grandfather's life unfolds, the trio travels to Jamaica, learning that their grandfather had a life there similar to their own, starting with humble beginnings in Mocho, Clarendon Parish, and ending with successful business ownership in the affluent St. Ann's Bay. But in 1933, he left Jamaica, returning to China for good.

Taking family tree research to an epic proportion, the siblings and 16 of their family members travel to two Chinese cities, ShenZhen and GuangZhou. Together, they visit their family's ancestral village, finding documented lineage that dates their family back 3,000 years to 1006 BC. The trip culminates in an emotional and unforgettable family reunion with 300 of their grandfather's Chinese descendants.

At its heart, this is a story about familial love and devotion that transcends race, space and time.