The China Post
Date: September 1, 2017
TAIPEI – The Taipei Universiade mascot Bravo reported to the employment service
center on Friday after the end of the sports event rendered it jobless, according to the mascot’s official Facebook page.
The popular bear, however, will probably not stay that way for long.
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je said that the city government is discussing whether to hire Bravo as a mascot for the city. According ot the mayor, Bravo might replace other cartoon advocates of Taipei to become the city’s sole mascot.
The city hall might face competitions from companies looking for star power. The convenience store Uni President 7-11 and motorcycle maker Aeon have both expressed interest in having Bravo in their PR team. There are even talks of a movie deal. [FULL STORY]