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President Tsai's remarks at 2017 AmCham Hsie Nian Fan celebration
On the evening of March 22, President Tsai Ing-wen attended the 2017 AmCham Hsie Nian Fan celebration. In her remarks, she affirmed that Taiwan and the US have enjoyed a deep friendship and hoped that the two countries will build an "upgraded" strategic partnership in regional security and greater exchanges in trade and economy.
On the evening of March 22, President Tsai Ing-wen attended the 2017 AmCham Hsie Nian Fan celebration. In her remarks, she...
2017.03.22  Taipei City
President Tsai hosts state banquet for Nauru President Baron Divavesi Waqa
On the evening of March 7 at the Presidential Office Building, President Tsai Ing-wen and Vice President Chen Chien-jen hosted a state banquet for a visiting delegation led by Republic of Nauru President Baron Divavesi Waqa and Mrs. Waqa. At the banquet, President Tsai expressed hope that Taiwan and Nauru can act in line with the spirit of "mutual assistance for mutual benefits" to enhance cooperation and work together for a better future. President Waqa sang a song—Friends—in both Chinese and English to symbolize the firm and lasting friendship between the two countries.
On the evening of March 7 at the Presidential Office Building, President Tsai Ing-wen and Vice President Chen Chien-jen...
2017.03.07  Office of the President
President Tsai attends ceremonies to mark 70th anniversary of 228 Incident
On the afternoon of February 28, President Tsai Ing-wen attended the nation's main memorial ceremony to mark the 70th anniversary of the 228 Incident. In addition to laying flowers as a gesture of respect for the victims of the incident, the president emphasized that the government will exercise maximum prudence in determining responsibility for the 228 Incident, while adding that we must put to rest the idea that there were "only victims, and no victimizers." Hopefully, she added, the day will come when all the facts are laid bare, when the victimizers are willing to apologize, and the victims and their families are willing to forgive, so that democracy in Taiwan can move forward.
On the afternoon of February 28, President Tsai Ing-wen attended the nation's main memorial ceremony to mark the 70th...
2017.02.28  Taipei City
President Tsai delivers remarks at International Holocaust Remembrance Day event
On the afternoon of February 19, President Tsai Ing-wen delivered remarks at activities commemorating the International Holocaust Remembrance Day. In her remarks, she expressed hope that Taiwan can undertake greater cooperation and exchanges with Israel and Germany in culture, education, and transitional justice, to ensure that lessons of the holocaust will never be forgotten and that Taiwan will continue to right historical wrongs and work towards a future of reconciliation and unity.
On the afternoon of February 19, President Tsai Ing-wen delivered remarks at activities commemorating the International...
2017.02.19  Taipei City
President Tsai attends luncheon for representatives of Taiwanese firms in mainland China
President Tsai Ing-wen, attending a Chinese New Year luncheon for representatives of Taiwan-invested enterprises based in mainland China, on February 5 expressed that the government will engage in sincere dialogue and negotiations across the strait with utmost good faith, in order to bring about positive interaction and mutually beneficial, win-win cooperation in trade relations. She also called on the Beijing authorities to acknowledge and resolve the operational difficulties faced by Taiwanese firms, to eliminate political interference, and to provide joint guarantees of the lawful rights and interests of those firms.
President Tsai Ing-wen, attending a Chinese New Year luncheon for representatives of Taiwan-invested enterprises based in...
2017.02.05  Taipei City
President Tsai, Vice President Chen attend closing ceremony of national congress on pension reform
On the evening of January 22, President Tsai Ing-wen and Vice President Chen Chien-jen attended the closing ceremony of the national congress on pension reform, where they thanked the participants for their efforts to promote pension reform. The president stated that the day's congress demonstrated that the Taiwan society is capable of engaging in rational public discourse: "If we can successfully reform the pension system, then there is no reform that Taiwan is incapable of completing."
On the evening of January 22, President Tsai Ing-wen and Vice President Chen Chien-jen attended the closing ceremony of the...
2017.01.22  Office of the President
President Tsai attends opening ceremony for national congress on pension reform
In remarks at the opening ceremony for a national congress on pension reform on the morning of January 22, President Tsai Ing-wen stressed that the goal of pension reform is to ensure a sustainable pension system in which "the government can afford to pay pensions, and retirees can receive them, now and in the future." What we are proposing today is a sound approach to reform. We aren't insisting on solving everything all at once; rather, we will seek to gradually improve the system over a period of years in order to cushion the impact of the changes that will be made.
In remarks at the opening ceremony for a national congress on pension reform on the morning of January 22, President Tsai...
2017.01.22  Office of the President
President Tsai hosts a luncheon for reviewers for Second National Reports of ICCPR and ICESCR
At noon of January 20, President Tsai Ing-wen hosted a luncheon for members of the international review committee for the Second National Reports of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR). In addition to expressing her gratitude for their participation and recommendations, the president said that the government will take their recommendations to heart and actively make improvements.
At noon of January 20, President Tsai Ing-wen hosted a luncheon for members of the international review committee for the...
2017.01.20  Office of the President
President Tsai's remarks at year-end press conference
On the morning of December 31, President Tsai Ing-wen attended a year-end press conference at the Presidential Office for the domestic and international press corps. In her year-end address to the assembled journalists, President Tsai declared that the government during the coming year would make an all-out effort to boost the economy, continue forward with major reforms, respond to changing international conditions, maintain peace and stability, and seriously address divisive issues. The president also called on all the people of Taiwan to face challenges with unity and together ring in the year 2017.
On the morning of December 31, President Tsai Ing-wen attended a year-end press conference at the Presidential Office for...
2016.12.31  Office of the President
President Tsai attends 25th meeting of Presidential Office Human Rights Consultative Committee
On the afternoon of December 29, President Tsai Ing-wen attended the 25th meeting of the Presidential Office Human Rights Consultative Committee (HRCC). The president encouraged all the people of Taiwan to "set standards higher while getting more deeply involved in society," so that human rights in Taiwan will become the gold standard for other countries.
On the afternoon of December 29, President Tsai Ing-wen attended the 25th meeting of the Presidential Office Human Rights...
2016.12.29  Office of the President
President Tsai attends 2016 Forum on Opportunities for New Southbound Policy
On the morning of December 21, President Tsai Ing-wen attended the 2016 Forum on Opportunities for New Southbound Policy, where she elaborated that the New Southbound Policy has already started and both the private and public sectors should simultaneously work in a two-pronged approach to promote it. Through wide-ranging discussions and cooperation, these two sectors can establish a new type of partnership with the countries targeted by the New Southbound Policy.
On the morning of December 21, President Tsai Ing-wen attended the 2016 Forum on Opportunities for New Southbound Policy,...
2016.12.21  Taipei City
President Tsai attends activities to mark International Human Rights Day 2016
On the morning of December 10, President Tsai Ing-wen visited the Jingmei Human Rights Memorial and Cultural Park in Taipei City to attend activities marking Human Rights Day 2016. The president gave her regards to political victims and their family members, and spoke about the government's strong determination to achieve transitional justice and set the historical record straight.
On the morning of December 10, President Tsai Ing-wen visited the Jingmei Human Rights Memorial and Cultural Park in Taipei...
2016.12.10  New Taipei City
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