Called 'Ilha Formosa' by the Portuguese, Taiwan is a cycling heaven with good roads, heaps of hills and a readily accessed biking infrastructure.
In Motion Asia featuring on cover photo & inside photo in nice article exploring the superb road cycling available in Taiwan as well as mentioned of the IMA customized Road Cycling Tours.
Many thanks to Taiwan-based pro cyclist Lee Rogers (Crankpunk) and photo contribution by Thailand based Adventure Photographer Steve Thomas (SteveThomasLive & SteveThomasImages), who IMA took around Taiwan in conjunction with the Taiwan Tourism Bureau for the photo shoot in Nov 2013.
I am from Taiwan and have lived in Hong Kong, Tokyo and Boston. I studied Economics & Math at Wellesley College, but I never thought I was going to go into radio. Now I'm back in Taiwan and have worked 7 years at Radio Taiwan International. I enjoy hosting the program People. I love meeting people and am fascinated with their stories. I have a curiosity about people, regardless of their status or job. Now I bring some of the interviews into our film studio, which means they're not only for the ears but also for the eyes.
Cam McLean featuring on Shirley Lin's program "People" talking about his life, living in Taiwan & starting In Motion Asia.
Many thanks to the wonderful Shirley Lin (Radio Taiwan International) for the excellent chat.
You can check out the interview between Shirley & Cam below:
Presented by Cycling Australia and SBS, The Bike & Lifestyle Show is Sydney's biggest bike expo showcasing the best and latest products and services the industry has to offer.
Cam McLean from In Motion Asia was proud to feature on the main billboard of the Taiwan Tourism stand at the 2013 Sydney Bike & Lifestyle Show.
The billboard featured a series of images taken by Simon Francis during his visit to Taiwan with the Australian Cyclist Magazine earlier in 2003 (see October 2013 - Australian Cyclist - Made in Taiwan).
Many thanks to Simon Francis (Executive Cyclist Magazine & The Daily Tour)
Cyclist sets sail to explore the 'Heart of Asia' and challenge its King of the Mountain but along the way uncovers a cycling treasure in Taiwan's Sea of Clouds.
In Motion Asia, in conjunction with the Taiwan Tourism Bureau, welcomed the crew from the Australia Cyclist Magazine to Taiwan for a guided tour of the stunning road cycling on offer here on the beautiful island of Taiwan.
The journey followed the famous KOM (King of the Mountain) race route from Hualien on Taiwan's East Coast through Taroko Gorge and up to the 3,275m high Wuling Peak at the crux of Taiwan's Central Cross Island.
Many thanks to Aaron Shane Lee (Managing Editor of Sport - Australasia at Future Publishing) & Photographer Simon Francis (Executive Cyclist Magazine & The Daily Tour) for their awesome work!
This 'Ilha Formosa' - beautiful island - is rich in culture and exotic, indigenous food.
In Motion Asia proud to feature in the Taiwan section of the April 2013 edition of the Conde Nast Traveller magazine, one of the world's premier travel magazine, with a host of exciting travel & adventure options in one of Asia's most exciting travel destinations!
Huge thanks to Gary Bowerman (Scribes of the Orient) for a great feature.
Never enough hours in the day? Gary Bowerman offers tips to keep events running to schedule.
In Motion Asia contributed to the Backdrop section of Mix Meetings Magazine in their March 2013 edition and an informative case-study article on how to manage time from an event organizers perspective to ensure a successful corporate event is delivered.
In the article Cam McLean, Director of In Motion Asia, highlighted the critical importance of time management, shadow deadlines, & turning deadlines into an opportunity rather than a danger.
Many thanks again to Gary Bowerman (Scribes of the Orient) for this great, well-written article.