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Course: Shoe Making
Program: Master Course
Period: Sept. 5,2016-Apr. 28,2017
After working in Taiwanese footwear industry for three and a half years, she came to Firenze to study shoes making course, the city which is famous for leather art and shoes.
Although she already has basic aesthetics and sketching technique background from university (B.A.), yet she hopes to extend her shoe-making skills here in Riaci. She believes designer can deliver their thoughts through their works, hoping to keep motivate people with her designs.
We booked a hotel in east part of the city, near Szent Istva Bazilika. The view was really gorgeous with beautiful sunshine. The weather was chilly but not very cold at first day, atmosphere was dignified and quiet.
We rushed into Starbucks when we found it. Though there are many great coffee in Italy. I still missed the flavor which we are familiar with.
At the east part of Budapest was Mátyás-templom church, which is the first conducting church in this city. The building used to collapse because numerous historical events happened in this area. The appearance now was rebuilt by Architecture Frigyes Schulek.
We went to Budapest’s biggest and famous market, Central Market Hall. This building has three floors. Many tourists coming here to buy famous duck liver and sweet white wine.
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Language: Reporter: Eri Hosokawa
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