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2021
10/05
The Council of Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce in Vietnam – Junior Chapter not left behind for compassion as COVID-19 continues to spread in Vietnam
In 2021 COVID-19 has hit Vietnam hard. Since May, the epidemic has spread with the number of infections increasing daily. Emergency medical supplies and daily essentials are needed in many areas. With the enthusiastic support of members, advisers, Taiwanese entrepreneurs, MAGICTEX chairman Chen Kuo-chin, car teams and people from different countries, President Sam Chen of The Council of Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce in Vietnam – Junior Chapter (CTCVNJC,) led a team to transport and distribute supplies to people in need to help Vietnam fight the pandemic. The CTCVNJC also formed an epidemic support group, with officials in various parts of Vietnam providing essential medicine packs, emergency rescue contact and various information to compatriots from Taiwan. Daily necessities such as rice, eggs, milk, instant noodled, protective gowns and facemasks have been donated to residents in lockdown in Tan Uyen, Thu Dau Mot Criminal Police Bureau, KCN Song than Industrial Park Criminal Police Bureau, Becamex Mobile Cabin Hospital, Center for Disease Control (CDC), Tỉnh Bình Dương Di An People's Committee, two hospitals, Di An and Yen Binh, in Tỉnh Bình Dương and people in the areas under lockdown. The hope is to provide the maximum assistance in a limited range of movement. Under the limitations of the social isolation policy, with limited capabilities, the CTCVNJC has been united and given money and time and effort; with an proactive and positive attitude, members are doing their best for Vietnam and for Taiwanese entrepreneurs. Taiwan and Vietnam are fighting COCID-19 together. The end of the pandemic and life returning to normal at an early date is everyone's hope. For more related information please pay attention to the fan group of the CTCVNJC: https://www.facebook.com/ctcvnjc/
2021
10/05
Taiwan Association Philippine Youth Chapter Online cooking lecture Wang Ling-ling teaches classic dishes
    The Taiwan Association INC. Philippine Youth Chapter (TAPYC) held the Teaching Hometown Tastes Online cooking lecture on August 22 in Manila in which classic dishes were taught to Taiwanese entrepreneurs based in the Philippines and TAPYC members. Wang Ling-ling, who attended the OCAC's Training Program for Taiwanese Creative Cuisine at Shih-chien University in Taipei in 2017, was invited to be the lecturer.     TAPYC President Shirleen Hsieh, activity director Christine Hsieh, deputy activity director Momo Lin, president of the Taiwan Association INC. Philippines (TAP) and OCAC Commissioner Huang Ya-hui, and Asia Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce Junior Chapter (ASTCCJC) president Peggy Chiang all took part in the online cooking lecture.     Momo Lin first introduced that Wang Ling-ling is a graduate of St. Stephen's High School and the university division of Chiang Kai Shek College, Philippines. She is currently a Chinese cooking teacher in the high school division of Chiang Kai Shek College, creative cooking teacher at the Music and Arts Center of Chiang Kai Shek College, and cooking instructor at Philippine Cultural College. Shirleen Hsieh said that the purpose of founding the TAPYC was to provide an exchange platform for young Taiwanese entrepreneurs working hard in the Philippines, second generation Taiwanese entrepreneurs and young Taiwanese based in the country. It has 50 members at present. She pointed out that the TAPYC has donated protective equipment to medical personnel, donated food to disadvantaged people, and held digital marketing online lecturers and epidemic protection health lectures as well as other activities since the outbreak of COVID-19 in the Philippines Then Teacher Wang demonstrated how to make and plate such classic dishes as Dongpo Pork, Prawn With Salted Egg Yolk, and Mixed Fried Glass noodles. The students were from different age groups, with some even making dishes simultaneously. Everyone learned a lot from the lecture and the event came to a successful end amidst a warm atmosphere.  
2021
08/20
Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce of Miami annual meeting and Taiwanese Junior Chamber of Commerce Miami presidential handover ceremony successfully completed
The Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce of Miami (TCCM) held its annual meeting and presidential handover ceremony for the Taiwanese Junior Chamber of Commerce Miami (TJCCM) at C.B. Smith Park in Pembroke Pines City South Florida on July 31, 2021. 100 members and family were in attendance. The activity featured a lucky draw, song guessing competition and self-introduction by new members. The atmosphere was lively and happy and the event came to a successful conclusion. Director-general of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Miami Amino Chin Yao Chi said that overseas Taiwanese business people are an extremely important force supporting the overall diplomatic work of the government. He thanked the Chamber's president for his long-term support for the Office's work and expressed the hope that it will continue to hold various activities under the leadership of TCCM President Yale Huang in future, bringing together members and taking Chamber operations to a new level. Then, Director-general Amino Chi and others witnessed the handover between outgoing president of the TJCCM, Liao Meng-wei, and the new president, Qiu Yi-wei. OCAC Secretary Wu Pei-fen said that since the outbreak of COVID-19 overseas compatriot groups in South Florida haven't held a large-scale activity for a long time; she expressed her pleasure at being able to see many people she hasn't seen in a long time; she also introduced various overseas compatriot policies to everyone including the EUcare APP and Overseas Credit Guarantee Fund Stimulus 4.0, hoping that everyone can make good use of them. As well as overseas compatriots from South Florida, also in attendance were World Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce (WTCC) Secretary General-elect Arthur Chen (Chen Shi-hsiu) and a group of nine people led by President Suzanne Chen (Chen Wen-shan) of the Greater Dallas Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce (GDTCC) who travelled all the way from Texas, and Joan Tsou, Director of the Taiwan Trade Center, San Francisco. Arthur Chen warmly invited everyone to visit Texas. Tsou introduced the nature of the Taiwan Trade Center's operations and service items to overseas compatriots.