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Interview with MIPC representative Achilles Yeh and Mozambique musicians On the Line
2017-10-15
  • Interview with MIPC representative Achilles Yeh and Mozambique musicians

    Interview with MIPC representative Achilles Yeh and Mozambique musicians

    Interview with MIPC representative Achilles Yeh and Mozambique musicians
  • Interview with MIPC representative Achilles Yeh and Mozambique musicians

    Interview with MIPC representative Achilles Yeh and Mozambique musicians

    MIPC representative Achilles Yeh
  • Interview with MIPC representative Achilles Yeh and Mozambique musicians

    Interview with MIPC representative Achilles Yeh and Mozambique musicians

    Mozambique musicians perform at RTI auditorium
  • Interview with MIPC representative Achilles Yeh and Mozambique musicians

    Interview with MIPC representative Achilles Yeh and Mozambique musicians

    MIPC representative Achilles Yeh (second left) and Mozambique musicians
  • Interview with MIPC representative Achilles Yeh and Mozambique musicians

    Interview with MIPC representative Achilles Yeh and Mozambique musicians

    Mozambique musicians perform at RTI auditorium

The representative of Mozambique Investment Promotion Center (MIPC), Mr.Achilles Yeh brought four musicians from Mozambique to perform at the Taichung Jazz Festival in Central Taiwan which runs from Oct 7th to 15th.

 

Taichung Jazz Festival is an international festival with musicians from USA, Spain, Belgium, Finland, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, Israel and Mozambique.

 

In our studio today, we are joined by Mr. Achilles Yeh, the representative of  Mozambique Investment Promotion Center in Taiwan along with four Mozambique musicians, Dúa Maciel, Orlando Venhereque, Walter Mabas and Xixel Langa.

 

https://youtu.be/_90Be4zPWjo

 

【RTI 】MIPC showcases Mozambique music in Taiwan

( Part 1)

https://youtu.be/hlkwON4FoUk

 ( Part 2)

https://youtu.be/0W0Xc0zeGD8

 ( Part 3)

https://youtu.be/u7KcTk5R-rI

( Part 4)

https://youtu.be/bVwOwRr3JGk

 

 

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Please watch the video interview

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3PsigQxT0M

 

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