The New Asian Tiger (NAT) office aspire to inspire brilliant minds and discover research gems in our region, including Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and Myanmar.
Our regional title, New Asian Tiger, might sound a bit frightening. Worry not, we don’t bite!
In NAT, we are all about nurturing potential, supporting growth and embracing change and challenge.
The Tiger’s Den
Based in Taipei, Taiwan, our office is on the same street as the once tallest building in the world, Taipei 101. Known for its slender structure with repeated segments, Taipei 101’s bamboo-like design recalls the indigenous plant’s cultural symbolism– humility and growth. What we love so much about Taipei is exactly this: just like its iconic landmark, this is a vibrant city with open arms and mind, ready to learn and take in novelty.
We don’t know if we inherited such features from our beloved city, but the NAT family surely enjoy learning and growing while having fun together.
“We have been working with Emerald since the launch of our new journal, Maritime Business Review (MABR). Emerald always works together with us, not only as a publisher, but also as a strategic partner who fully understands our goals and needs. Emerald provides us the guidance and helps us to develop the MABR becoming a well-known journal globally which can navigate the maritime landscape successfully.”Chin-Shan Lu
Professor at the Department of Logistics and Maritime Studies, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
As a pioneering OA journal in Asian higher education, Higher Education Evaluation and Development has successfully outreached our professional and academic community enhancing international visibility through Emerald’s global connection.Angela Yung-Chi Hou and Sheng-Ju Chan
Higher Education Evaluation and Accreditation Council of Taiwan (HEEACT)
The Tigers’ Hobbies
We are Foodies
We love food and we enjoy learning to make good food. Be it Thai, Taiwanese, Chinese or Japanese, you name it and we’ll hunt it down during lunch break or cook it in the evening. Where there’s a hunger, the foodies’ got a way.
Bubble Milk Tea
In case you don’t already know, the famous drink that has taken the world by storm—bubble milk tea was invented in Taiwan. We never end our daily lunch cruise without a cup of bubble milk tea, half sugar and ice.
We have an insatiable hunger for languages! Besides our native tongue and English, the members in the NAT team speak French, German, Japanese and Korean. Recently, we’ve also started learning Cantonese together, and our next target is Vietnamese!
It is only reasonable to be bookworms ourselves when we’re working in a publishing company. From self-help, poetry, narrative to fiction, the NAT team share a diverse appetite for reading, and our mini book club holds monthly dinners to share about the gems we’ve found on the shelves.
We love exercising and participating in sports outside of our working hours! Besides golfing, marathon, ice skating and other sports we enjoy doing respectively, some of the NAT members have started taking air yoga and K-pop dance lessons together. A healthy body leads to a healthy mind.
Get in contact:
6F., No.6, Sec. 4, Hsinyi Rd
Taipei City 10683
- +866 978335732