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President Tsai attends 2019 Lunar New Year reception for China-based Taiwanese firms Photos - New Southbound Policy

President Tsai attends 2019 Lunar New Year reception for China-based Taiwanese firms

While attending the 2019 Lunar New Year reception for China-based Taiwanese firms on the morning of February 11, President Tsai Ing-wen stated that the government is adapting to changes in global economic and trade conditions by actively expanding domestic demand, providing full assistance to Taiwanese firms based in mainland China looking to come back and invest in Taiwan, and working to vigorously market Taiwan and help Taiwanese companies to build up a stronger presence worldwide. Commenting

President Tsai's remarks for Lunar New Year Photos - New Southbound Policy

President Tsai's remarks for Lunar New Year

On the night before Lunar New Year's eve, President Tsai Ing-wen recorded a special video for her fellow citizens and ethnic Chinese worldwide, wishing them a productive and successful new year.

Tsai supports call for virtuous politics in pope’s World Day of Peace message Photos - New Southbound Policy

Tsai supports call for virtuous politics in pope’s World Day of Peace message

President Tsai Ing-wen recently sent a letter to Pope Francis in response to his message for the 52nd World Day of Peace, supporting his call for good politics in the service of peace and renewed commitment to universal human virtues, the common good and youth cultivation.

President Tsai's response to Pope Francis's Message for 2019 World Day of Peace Photos - New Southbound Policy

President Tsai's response to Pope Francis's Message for 2019 World Day of Peace

President Tsai Ing-wen recently sent a letter to Pope Francis of the Catholic Church in response to his message marking the 52nd World Day of Peace.

President Tsai eyes greater global participation for Taiwan Photos - New Southbound Policy

President Tsai eyes greater global participation for Taiwan

President Tsai Ing-wen reiterated Jan. 24 that Taiwan is committed to expanding its contribution to the global community through seeking meaningful participation in the U.N. system.

Presidential Office thanks US House of Representatives for passing bill backing Taiwan’s WHO bid Photos - New Southbound Policy

Presidential Office thanks US House of Representatives for passing bill backing Taiwan’s WHO bid

The unanimous passage of a bill Jan. 23 by the U.S. House of Representatives supporting Taiwan’s return to the World Health Organization was welcomed by the Office of the President.

President Tsai meets permanent representatives and deputy permanent representatives to UN from Taiwan's diplomatic allies Photos - New Southbound Policy

President Tsai meets permanent representatives and deputy permanent representatives to UN from Taiwan's diplomatic allies

President Tsai Ing-wen met with permanent representatives and deputy permanent representatives to the United Nations (UN) from Taiwan's diplomatic allies on the morning of January 24. In addition to thanking the countries they represent for helping Taiwan expand its international space, she also expressed hope for closer relations to create a sustainable future together.

Presidential Office welcomes US House resolution supporting Taiwan's return to WHO Photos - New Southbound Policy

Presidential Office welcomes US House resolution supporting Taiwan's return to WHO

The Office of the President expressed thanks and welcomed the passage of a House Resolution to support Taiwan's return to the World Health Organization by the US House of Representatives on January 23 (January 22 US EST).

President Tsai meets Richard Haass, President of US Council on Foreign Relations Photos - New Southbound Policy

President Tsai meets Richard Haass, President of US Council on Foreign Relations

President Tsai Ing-wen met with Dr. Richard Haass, president of the US-based Council on Foreign Relations, on the morning of January 21.

President Tsai meets Japanese House of Representatives Member Katsuyuki Kawai Photos - New Southbound Policy

President Tsai meets Japanese House of Representatives Member Katsuyuki Kawai

President Tsai Ing-wen received Japanese House of Representatives Member Katsuyuki Kawai on the morning of January 17. In comments regarding food exports to Taiwan from the five prefectures in Japan affected by the Fukushima nuclear accident of 2011, President Tsai reiterated that Taiwan will maintain communications with the Japanese government in line with the spirit of the World Trade Organization (WTO) to find a mutually acceptable solution. She also called on the Japanese government to conti

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