All of our guides have years of experience accompanying guests for stays of one or more days. They are highly educated and have Mandarin and/or Cantonese as their mother tongue. Because our guides have lived in the Netherlands for many years, they have developed a great understanding of Dutch culture and habits. Furthermore, they know Amsterdam like the back of their hands, making them able to adapt easily to the client's wishes. Flexibility is CSST guides' first priority-the customer is King!
Our guides are also hired as translators or interpreters by companies receiving Chinese business partners. These guides can have important added value during office meetings or company tours.
Beginning as a sales, she developed full knowledge in the tourism branch. After she got completely licensed, she organised outbound travel and developed tailored programmes for her clients including tours from south Asian countries to European destinations. When she moved to the Netherlands, she concentrated on becoming specialised as a guide. She caters for the leisure programmes in annual conferences, governmental visits, cultural interests in high arts, and has enjoyed positive feedback from clients such as Shell, Merck, ICBC and the Chinese Embassy.
Amy came to the Netherlands when she was 25 years old. Educated with the traditional Chinese mentality and she also loves the go straight directness of the Dutch. She is curious to everything of this little country, almost the same size as her motherland Taiwan and has passion for everyone.
She welcomes you to visit the city who stands on water- Amsterdam and likes to tell you about the dynamic landscape of The Netherlands. Or would you rather know more about ice cream (Unilever) or IC chips (ASML)? Whatever your wishes : Welcome to The Netherlands.
Living in the Netherlands for more than 20 years after a stay of 10 years in the USA.
Born and raised in Taiwan and used to adapt quickly to different environments.
She loves to interact with people from various background and to share her experiences and knowledge of these cultures with them.
She can’t wait showing the tourist attractions but, just as much, likes to share the less well-known places of the “real” Netherlands.