Our bags are packed and we’re off on month long trip to Asia that will take us to Shanghai, Su Zhou and Taipei. Normally, we don’t head to Asia until the end of May but I decided to get a head start this year. The rest of the Dot Com crew (Stephen Fung, Ed Lau and Michael Kwan) will be joining Sarah and me in Taipei for Computex. While in China, I’ll be checking out the Shanghai High-End Home Theater Show, the Real Estate Show, the world’s tallest hotel, some really nice restaurants and a bunch of other stuff.
While I have to worry about many things during this trip (like passports, luggages, etc.), one thing I won’t have to worry about is the blog and Internet business. This is truly the biggest advantage of the dot com lifestyle. I can be anywhere and the world and as long as I have access to the Net, I can make money. There’s no better way to prove that than by heading to the other side of the world for a month.
Just because I’m away doesn’t mean the posting on this blog will stop. If history is any indication, the posting frequency will increase because I want to share with you the sights and sounds of my travels. If any Shanghai readers want to meet up, give me a shout. I’ll be landing in 12 hours!
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