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Overseas Compatriot Youth Activities

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2020
03/30
“Huayuworld.org” offers overseas compatriot schools five basic steps for opening online courses in times of COVID-19
The global outbreak of coronavirus has led to the temporary closure of schools ordered by governments around the world. In order for overseas compatriot schools to better fight the coronavirus, and also for teaching to be continued, the “Huayuworld.org” site of the OCAC has provided online teaching materials for teachers to use and open classes online.  Here are the five steps: "Huayuworld.org" Foundation Series 1: Register membership  https://reurl.cc/5llgQ7 "Huayuworld.org" Foundation Series 2: Become a Google Education Service member https://reurl.cc/3DD1E0 "Huayuworld.org" Foundation Series 3: Use Google Meet  https://reurl.cc/oLLDMM "Huayuworld.org" Foundation Series 4: Google Classroom with "Let’s Learn Chinese" https://reurl.cc/7XX2zN "Huayuworld.org" Foundation Series 5: Open a class on Google Classroom https://reurl.cc/oLLDaD
2020
03/24
Vickie Wen was newly-appointed as chairwoman of TJCCS
Taiwanese Junior Chamber of Commerce Seattle (TJCCS) held the 2020 Annual Cruise Gala on January 18, 2020. Around 300 youth Taiwanese compatriots and entrepreneurs from Vancouver, Chicago, and Portland attended to interact and the atmosphere was lively. Alex Fan, Director-General of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in Seattle, and Hsiao-Chu Wu, Director of Culture Center of TECO in Seattle, were also invited to participate in this meeting.     Director Wu addressed to acknowledge the Chamber's ability to execute and mobilize. She provided brief information about the 20 visiting groups and training courses arranged by the OCAC and she encouraged the young overseas compatriots to sign up for the activities to expand the opportunities of business exchanges in the U.S. and overseas.      Before the meeting, Vickie Wen was newly-elected as chairwoman of TJCCS. Director Wu congratulated  Ms. Wen's appointment and expected that there would be more activities for the young overseas compatriots in the future. Ms. Wen said there are many young overseas compatriots in the region of Seattle. The Chamber will hold more events for young overseas compatriots from other groups and strengthen the function of TJCCS. 
2020
03/24
The graduation ceremony of The MLL in NY
The graduation ceremony of The Mentoring Learning Lab(MLL) was held at Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York(TECO-NY)  on February 20. It was co-hosted by Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce of New York (TCCNY)and Taiwanese Junior Chamber of Commerce of New York(TJCCNY). During the ceremony, pairs of mentors and mentees gathered together, sharing their experiences, and the mentee, Alex Wang, was awarded the "Best Pitch Award" for showing leadership, integrity, and strength. The MLL, held by TCCNY and TJCCNY, started enrollment from July 2019. It successfully matched ten pairs of mentors and mentees. The mentors are the directors of the Chambers aforementioned, who are willing to share their expertise and experiences with the young generation. The exchanges lasted for four months from September 2019 to January 2020. By growing together, mentors and mentees both benefited from teaching and learning. Hans Chunyu Chang, Deputy Director-General of TECO-NY, said that although there were only four months of exchanges, the mentees are capable of contributing to the society whether they are in the U.S. or Taiwan.

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