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Rapat’s Pad Thai: A Street Food Classic

When I was visiting Metrohm Siam, Product Manager for Ion Chromatography Rapat Boonpong showed me around Bangkok and he took me to Cambodia to see the temples of Angkor Wat. He also took me to eat Pad Thai. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to properly enjoy it because my stomach was being a bit uncooperative at the time. […]

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Afterwork Hours in Seoul

Our colleagues at Hwashin Instrument in Seoul love spending time together—even (or especially?) after work hours. Hwashin Instrument distributes Metrohm’s titration, voltammetry, and spectroscopy product lines in South Korea. Six times a year, they have a party on the roof of their office building. They call it Hof Day—hof is Korean for pub or bar, […]

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Life in South Korea

In only 3 days, I explored South Korea from the demilitarized zone at its northern border to the city of Busan on its south coast. The short time was barely enough to get a glimpse of the multifaceted culture of the country. Here are observations, from Gangnam nightlife in the capital Seoul to seafood so […]

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Metrohm Japan: The Human Factor is Key

Most of Metrohm Japan’s staff, around 40 people, work at the Tokyo head office. Just a few are stationed in other parts of the country, including the Osaka branch. The main office is located on the 8th floor of an office building in the Nihonbashi district at the heart of Tokyo. Keisuke Ichiba, Product Manager […]

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A Trip to Kyoto: Japanese Traditions

Kyoto is the former Imperial capital of Japan. Compared to Tokyo, which is all about modern life, Kyoto remains a city rich in ancient traditions and is the best preserved ancient city in Japan. No visitor should miss it! Metrohm Japan Field Service Engineer Honami Tomite, who goes by Tommy for her last name, took […]

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Tokyo: A Bombardment of All Senses

Walking through the streets of Tokyo, I often didn’t know where to look: flashing neon signs, crazy poster ads, plastic food samples in restaurant windows, and commercial jingles playing from every corner all compete for one’s attention constantly. But each one of Tokyo’s districts has its very own character, making it possible for each one […]

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About me

Photographer & Blogger

Hi! I’m Stephanie, a scientific editor recently turned blogger at Metrohm. You may know our customer magazine Metrohm Information – that’s what I’m usually in charge of. However, this year, I’m traveling around the world for our company’s 75th anniversary. On my trip, I will learn everything about the company and the people behind it.

Welcome to the Metrohm Anniversary Blog!

Metrohm is turning 75 this year. We’re taking this occasion to put the spotlight on the people who shape the face of Metrohm: Our employees and customers around the world. This blog is dedicated to their stories.

I am Stephanie, a young employee at Metrohm Headquarters, and I’m traveling around the world this year to get to know the people behind Metrohm. On this blog, I write about the people I meet, the cultures that I get to know, and my travel adventures. Get to know me!

In addition, Metrohm people from all over the world will also be reporting from their locations during the anniversary year. They will introduce you to their employees and customers, report from company events, and much more!

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