Presidential Office Spokesperson Xavier Chang (張惇涵) said that the Taiwan government welcomed the announcement by the United States government that it notified Congress on October 21 (US Eastern Standard time) regarding a new, three-part arms sale package for Taiwan.
President Tsai meets senior offshore wind industry executives and diplomatic representatives to Taiwan
President Tsai Ing-wen met with senior executives from the offshore wind industry and diplomatic representatives to Taiwan on the morning of October 15. She stated that we look forward to joining forces with experienced wind power developers and system operators to penetrate markets in Asian countries and work together to become an integral part of international green energy supply chains.
In remarks at the opening ceremony of Energy Taiwan 2020 on the morning of October 14, President Tsai Ing-wen noted that our efforts to develop renewable energy have begun to yield substantive results, and that by the year 2025 we expect to generate NT$1 trillion in investments, NT$1.2 trillion in output value, and 20,000 job opportunities.
Vice President Lai Ching-te said Oct. 12 that the government is proud to support those in need and will continue to show the world how Taiwan Can Help, spotlighting the success of the country’s humanitarian programs abroad.
President Tsai Ing-wen on the morning of October 10 attended the ROC's 109th Double Tenth National Day Celebration in the plaza fronting the Presidential Office Building, and delivered an address entitled “2020 Proud of Taiwan.”
On the morning of October 10 at the Presidential Office Building, President Tsai Ing-wen, accompanied by Vice President Lai Ching-te, received congratulations from members of the diplomatic corps and foreign organizations stationed in Taiwan, as well as representatives from international organizations who came to take part in the 2020 Double Tenth National Day Celebration of the Republic of China.
On the morning of October 8, 2020, President Tsai Ing-wen delivered a speech via video at the opening of the 2020 Yushan Forum: Asian Dialogue for Innovation and Progress, which was held by the Taiwan-Asia Exchange Foundation (TAEF). In remarks, she explained Taiwan’s concrete achievements in containing the COVID-19 pandemic and promoting the New Southbound Policy.
President Tsai Ing-wen said Oct. 8 that Taiwan is working with regional partners to foster sustainability and share responsibilities in an effort to forge a resilient future.
President Tsai Ing-wen kicked off a projection mapping show illuminating the facade of the historic Presidential Office building as part of ROC (Taiwan) 109th Double Tenth National Day celebrations Oct. 6 in Taipei City.
Twelve winners of the 2020 Presidential Hackathon were honored Sept. 20 at the Presidential Office in Taipei City, spotlighting government efforts to address societal needs through innovation, interdisciplinary cooperation and open source data utilization.