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MEDiT 2018 to Help Taiwan Firms Seize New Opportunities in Smart Healthcare Photos - New Southbound Policy

MEDiT 2018 to Help Taiwan Firms Seize New Opportunities in Smart Healthcare

The 2018 Medical Electronics & Device in Taiwan Forum (MEDiT), is being held on October 11 and 12 in Taipei. This year's event centers on the theme "cross-industry synergy and seizing new business opportunities in smart healthcare." Among those invited speakers are Ozgur Baydarol, R&D Manager at Turkish household appliances maker Arçelik A.Ş.; Yoichiro Hamazaki, General Manager of the IT Healthcare Project at Japan's Teijin Ltd.; and Samuel Ding, former Research Director at Baxter Healthcare. Th (Read More)

MOFA youth ambassador program celebrates 10th anniversary Photos - New Southbound Policy

MOFA youth ambassador program celebrates 10th anniversary

A celebration marking the 10th anniversary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs-organized International Youth Ambassador Exchange Program was staged Oct. 13 at Taipei Guest House. (Read More)

Multipronged campaign in 2018 highlights the aspiration of Taiwan’s 23 million people to participate in the UN system Photos - New Southbound Policy

Multipronged campaign in 2018 highlights the aspiration of Taiwan’s 23 million people to participate in the UN system

The Republic of China (Taiwan)’s multipronged campaign for UN participation this year have effectively conveyed its 23 million people’s aspiration to take part in the UN system and assist with the implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Taiwan’s diplomatic allies once again expressed their steadfast support for Taiwan’s appeals at the 73rd Session of the UN General Assembly and the General Debate that concluded on October 1st. A wide array of events held by the R.O.C. (Tai (Read More)

Taiwan to seek stability, adaptability, progress amid trade tensions   Photos - New Southbound Policy

Taiwan to seek stability, adaptability, progress amid trade tensions

Premier Lai Ching-te on Thursday said the ongoing trade conflict between the U.S. and China also presented opportunities for Taiwan, and that the government of President Tsai Ing-wen will seek stability, adaptability, and progress, as well as preserve Taiwan’s important role in global supply chains. (Read More)

Premier: Protect women’s rights, advance gender equality Photos - New Southbound Policy

Premier: Protect women’s rights, advance gender equality

At the Cabinet’s weekly meeting Thursday, Premier Lai Ching-te was briefed on concluding observations and policy actions stemming from an international panel review of Taiwan’s third national report under CEDAW, or the U.N. Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women. (Read More)

Learning materials for new immigrant languages created Photos - New Southbound Policy

Learning materials for new immigrant languages created

First-phase editing of digital textbooks and materials for learning seven Southeast Asian languages has been completed and the materials put online, the Ministry of Education said in a statement issued Tuesday. (Read More)

MOFA thanks diplomatic allies for backing Taiwan’s participation in UN system Photos - New Southbound Policy

MOFA thanks diplomatic allies for backing Taiwan’s participation in UN system

The staunch support for Taiwan’s meaningful participation in the U.N. system shown by diplomatic allies during the General Assembly in New York is deeply appreciated by the government and people, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Oct. 2. (Read More)

Allies voice support for Taiwan at UN General Assembly Photos - New Southbound Policy

Allies voice support for Taiwan at UN General Assembly

Taiwan’s meaningful participation in the U.N. system received staunch support from the nation’s diplomatic allies at the 73rd General Assembly running through Oct. 1 in New York. (Read More)

MOFA stages 1st forum on international gender equality development Photos - New Southbound Policy

MOFA stages 1st forum on international gender equality development

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs staged its first forum on international gender equality development Sept. 26 in Taipei City to share the latest global strategies and trends with local officials and nongovernmental organizations. (Read More)

Premier praises progress toward Taiwan’s rise as AI nation Photos - New Southbound Policy

Premier praises progress toward Taiwan’s rise as AI nation

At Thursday’s weekly meeting of the Cabinet, Premier Lai Ching-te received a briefing by the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) on the execution and planning of the AI Edge semiconductor “moonshot” project to accelerate the development of artificial intelligence (AI) semiconductor processes as well as the research and development of systems on a chip. (Read More)

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