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India’s St.Britto’s group signs MOU with Taiwan’s Changhua Hospital and Da Yeh University On the Line
2017-02-05
  • India’s St.Britto’s group signs MOU with Taiwan’s Changhua Hospital and Da Yeh University

    India’s St.Britto’s group signs MOU with Taiwan’s Changhua Hospital and Da Yeh University

    Mrs.Vimala Britto, co-founder of of St.Britto’s Group of Institutions and founder of Seek Foundation
  • India’s St.Britto’s group signs MOU with Taiwan’s Changhua Hospital and Da Yeh University

    India’s St.Britto’s group signs MOU with Taiwan’s Changhua Hospital and Da Yeh University

    Changhua Christian Hospital’s Overseas Medical Mission Center in Chennai with Seek Foundation Photo taken from https://www.facebook.com/cchoverseasmission/posts/1179430635448901
  • India’s St.Britto’s group signs MOU with Taiwan’s Changhua Hospital and Da Yeh University

    India’s St.Britto’s group signs MOU with Taiwan’s Changhua Hospital and Da Yeh University

    Dr.Nina Kao, CEO of the Changhua Christian Hospital’s Overseas Medical Mission Center (left) and Mrs.Vimala Britto (right) Photo taken from https://www.facebook.com/cchoverseasmission/posts/1179430635448901
  • India’s St.Britto’s group signs MOU with Taiwan’s Changhua Hospital and Da Yeh University

    India’s St.Britto’s group signs MOU with Taiwan’s Changhua Hospital and Da Yeh University

    Mrs.Vimala Britto, co-founder of of St.Britto’s Group of Institutions and founder of Seek Foundation (right)

India’s St.Britto’s Group of Institutions and Seek Foundation, an NGO for the underprivileged signed an MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) with Taiwan’s Changhua Christian Hospital to enhance cooperation in the field of medical health. Mrs.Vimala Britto, the co-founder and executive director said the cooperation also aims to provide good health and good life for the 15 villages near Chennai, South India. She said Taiwan’s Consul General in Chennai, Mr.Charles Li introduced the hospital to her. While she was in Taiwan, she also represented St.Britto’s College in Chennai to sign an MOU with Taiwan’s Da Yeh University. The MOU is intended to promote academic cooperation and exchange between faculty and students of both institutions. Mrs.Vimala Britto said that Britto’s College can accommodate 200 students from Taiwan for internship and exchange program.  

 

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MFTC says Taiwan-Malaysia relationship is strong

MFTC says Taiwan-Malaysia relationship is strong

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Datuk Adeline Leong, the representative of Malaysian Friendship and Trade Centre (MFTC) said MFTC functions as the Malaysian representative office in Taiwan with offices including the visa and consular office, the trade division, the investment division, the tourism office and the general affairs office. MFTC promotes bilateral exchanges between Taiwan and Malaysia and looks after the interests of some 5,000 Malaysian citizens living and working in Taiwan and 16,000 Malaysian students studying here. 

 

In 2015, the bilateral trade was US$ 15.44 billion, a slight decrease over 2014 with the total amount of US$18 billion. Jamaliah Jamaludin (JJ), the director of MATRADE (Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation) said the bilateral trade in the first four months of this year increased by 1.6%. 

  

Our guests today are Datuk Leong, the representative of Malaysian Friendship and Trade Centre (MFTC), Ms.Jamaliah Jamaludin (JJ), director of MATRADE (Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation), Ms.Nurullydia Ahmad, director of Malaysian Investment Development Authority, Mr.Ahmad Faisal Mohamed, director of Malaysia Tourism Board and Ms.Daphne Chou, project manager of MATRADE.

 

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Prof.Denys Springer said Saint Lucia has benefited a lot from Taiwan in a vast majority of areas including in agriculture, food processing, aquaculture, public health and infrastructure. Prof.Denys Springer stated that Saint Lucia mainly depends on revenue from tourism and banana production, adding that Saint Lucia should transform itself into a high-tech island like Taiwan. Taiwan has helped fight black sigatoka, a banana leaf spot disease and Saint Lucia used to be an important exporter of bananas to Europe.

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