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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.
2021
08/20
"Taiwanese Junior Chamber of Commerce in Sweden's Appointment in the Studio With Taiwan's Representative in Sweden" online interview successfully completed
"Taiwanese Junior Chamber of Commerce in Sweden's Appointment in the Studio With Taiwan's Representative in Sweden" online interview successfully completed     The "Taiwanese Junior Chamber of Commerce in Sweden's Appointment in the Studio With Taiwan's Representative in Sweden" online interview was held on June 10, 2021. Officials from the Taiwanese Junior Chamber of Commerce in Sweden interviewed Taiwan's Representative in Sweden Vincent Chin-Hsiang Yao of the Taipei Mission in Sweden. As well as introducing the Mission's exchange, resources and assistance regarding the enhancing of Taiwan-Sweden relations in the areas of commerce and diplomacy, viewers were able to talk to Representative Yao directly online. The interview was lively and came to a successful conclusion!      Representative Yao mentioned various resources for promoting entrepreneurship, employment and even Taiwan-Sweden cultural exchange, hoping to help promote Taiwan-Sweden business opportunities. He expressed the hope the members of the junior chamber can experience life to the full and find a balance between work and life and, within the scope of their own ability, provide resources to help Taiwan grow.     People from around the world taking part in the online interview asked a host of questions. There were people from Taiwan who live and work in Sweden, people in the US, UK and Norway, as well as Swedes interested in investing in Taiwan and Taiwanese businesspeople wanting to set up a company in Sweden. Link to the interview:https://we.tl/t-9xJT3d7Uts Related links: Application platform for foreign professionals (Including Employment Gold card) https://coa.immigration.gov.tw/coa-frontend/four-in-one/entry/main?lang=zh Contact Taiwan Talent recruitment platform https://www.contacttaiwan.tw/main/index.aspx?lang=1 Invest in Taiwan portal  https://investtaiwan.nat.gov.tw/homePage?lang=cht Taiwan highlights  https://www.moc.gov.tw/information_302_34271.html Other websites or resources for assisting entrepreneurship https://www.taiwanembassy.org/se/index.html
2021
08/17
Overseas Folk Culture Teachers Together Learn About the Beauty of Taiwan's Diverse Culture
  To assist overseas folk culture teachers to continue to refine their cultural teaching ability in the pandemic period, the Overseas Chinese Culture and Education Foundation used a new technology model to hold the OCAC 2021 Taiwanese Culture and Folk Art Teacher Online Training Program from July 12 to 30, 2021 and 69 trainees from 26 regions in 15 countries took part. The trainees all said they learned a lot from the teachers and practical activities of the training program.      Through a simultaneous digital course platform, this training program allowed culture teachers around the world to learn about and experience Taiwan's rich and diverse cultural elements. In the area of folk culture skills, they learned the movement, flip landing and ear scratching of the Taiwan Lion Dance Seven Star Step(Qixingbu), the unique Concentric Circle Dance of the Paiwan tribe, and seasonal dough figure kneading. Also, the organizers of the large-scale overseas Taiwan cultural festivals Canada's TaiwanFest and New York's Bubble Tea Festival were invited to share the planning and results of the events. The trainees exchanged with and supported each other online. The closing ceremony was held online on July 30, during which highlights of the training course and trainee works were shown, leaving a pleasant aftertaste for all!   OCAC Vice Minister Roy Yuan-Rong Leu congratulated trainees for completing the three-week on-line training program in a speech in the closing ceremony and encouraged them all to use what they learned in their place of residence to assist culture centers and the overseas community organize cultural events. He said they can also make good use of the various teaching resources of the OCAC global mandarin website (http://huayuworld.org) to help promote and pass on Taiwan's diverse culture and let the world see Taiwan and hear its voice.  

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