聯合翻譯 引用自 http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/lang/archives/2015/01/28/2003610218

 

In April last year, office workers in Taipei 101 discovered that the fountain in front of the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall was remarkably similar, in the proportions of its rectangular shape and the curve of its corners, to an iPhone. Who would have guessed, but when news of this reached China, many Chinese tourists came to visit 101, specifying that they wanted to go to the corner from which they could see the oversized iPhone. They would then take out their iPhone 6 and compare the size and shape, joking that the “father of the nation used an iPhone,” and then rush to the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall to have their photo taken with the fountain.

Satellite photos of the fountain were first shared on Taiwanese online computer forums some time ago, and created a lot of buzz. Some people joked, “the father of the nation’s phone has white spots, the screen is faulty,” and others suggested that Apple ask the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall if it can put up an outdoor ad there. One person said, “ah, aren’t all mobile phones this shape?”

(Liberty times, translated by Paul Cooper)

 

聯合翻譯 引用自 http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/lang/archives/2015/01/28/2003610218

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