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Report from Taipei

I am in Taipei.  It is hot and wet.  Great if you are in a pool. Sucks if you are at work.  I visited a company called KoiTech.  They design really cool tools.  They did Robo-Sapien and the dinosaur toys.  Well they have some even cooler toys coming out this Christmas.  I met with the owner, David Chen.  He started the company to design PC perierials and moved over to toys.  I really enjoy seeing someone the can make a profit doing what they do well.  Very soft spoken but he is clearly an Engineer’s Engineer.  (Oh yeah, Hi Julie Chang!).

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