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Guang Hua Digital Plaza opened with a collective of ICT consuming market in Taiwan

Saturday, July 26, 2008

The Opening Launch Ceremony of Guang Hua Digital Plaza.Image: Rico Shen.

The Opening Launch Ceremony of Guang Hua Digital Plaza.
Image: Rico Shen.

After being relocated in 2006 due to concerns about the safety of a nearby overpass, the Guang Hua Digital Plaza has completed renovations and reconstruction of a building near its original location. It is an ICT consumer marketplace supervised by Taipei City Government, was finally constructed and opened yesterday in Taipei, Taiwan. The building itself, formerly known as “Guanghua Bazzar” or “Guanghua Computer Market” (in Chinese: 光華商場), is a six story high market complex that includes two traditional malls – “Guanghua Computer Market”, and “Xining Electronic Market” (in Chinese: 西寧電子商場).

Guang Hua Digital Plaza opened with a collective of ICT consuming market in Taiwan
The ICT [industry] in Taiwan grew up rapidly as technologies changed vary. With good designs and innovations, Taiwan became the ICT sourcing center in Asia. As the price index increases speedily, functionality become a critical factor to determine a consumer buying or not. Since Japan’s Akihabara can be a fashion center in Asia, Taiwan should do a proper transformation to become “another Akihabara” in Asia’s ICT industry.
Guang Hua Digital Plaza opened with a collective of ICT consuming market in Taiwan

—Jen-tang Wang, Chairman of Taipei Computer Association and Chairman of Acer Corporation.

During the opening month (until August 15), Microsoft, Intel, ASUS, Sony, MSI, and Samsung will hold several site events on newly-released products.

Sources

  • Lin Chih-Ching “Kuanghua Plaza opens Saturday in new locale”. The China Post, July 15, 2008
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