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Interview with Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong On the Line
2018-01-14
  • Interview with Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong

    Interview with Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong

    The Malaysian representative in Taiwan (Head of Mission in Taiwan), Datuk Adeline Leong
  • Interview with Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong

    Interview with Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong

    The Malaysian representative in Taiwan (Head of Mission in Taiwan), Datuk Adeline Leong (right)
  • Interview with Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong

    Interview with Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong

    Taiwanese Youth Ambassadors performed at Taiwan Culture Night in September in Malaysia (Photo by TECO Malaysia)
  • Interview with Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong

    Interview with Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong

    Datuk Adeline Leong, Malaysian Representative in Taiwan (Third left); Mr.John Deng, Minister, Southbound Policy Taiwan (First left); Mr.Wu Tze Zhong, Taiwan’s Deputy Foreign Minister (Second left) at Malaysia’s National Day in Taipei
  • Interview with Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong

    Interview with Malaysia’s Head of Mission in Taiwan, Datuk Adeline Leong

    The Malaysian representative in Taiwan (Head of Mission in Taiwan), Datuk Adeline Leong

The Malaysian representative in Taiwan (Head of Mission in Taiwan), Datuk Adeline Leong said that 2017 was a good year and her office had achieved many goals because of Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy. She said the Policy has helped improve the relationship between countries in the south of Taiwan and Taiwan itself. Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy has not only helped achieve targets in trade, investment and education but the scope has expanded to the fields of agriculture, biotechnology, medicine, ICT and smart city.

 

Datuk Adeline Leong said Taiwan is Malaysia’s sixth largest trading partner and the total trade amounted to USD$15 billion. Taiwanese tourist arrivals to Malaysia have increased by 21.6% with around 300 thousand Taiwanese visitors and the number of Malaysia’s tourists to Taiwan has increased by 9.9% with around 450,000 Malaysians visiting Taiwan.

 

https://youtu.be/R4tVezIjAkQ

Taiwan-India relations

Taiwan-India relations

Taiwan-India relations

2017-06-18 01:00:00

Taiwan and India have enjoyed close bilateral exchanges in many areas including trade, education, science and technology and culture. The bilateral trade amounts to around US$6 billion dollars and around 90 Taiwanese companies have invested in India. With the government’s New Southbound Policy, will the figure increase? In recent years, Bollywood movies shown in Taiwan have become blockbusters, why? To find out the answers, we are joined in our studio today by Mr. Sridaharan Madhusudhanan, the Director General of India-Taipei Association (ITA), the Indian representative office in Taiwan. 

 

Please watch the video interview

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

 

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Ayla Matalon talks about startups in Israel

Ayla Matalon talks about startups in Israel

Ayla Matalon talks about startups in Israel

2017-06-11 01:00:00

Many wonder how a small country like Israel with no natural resources and a population of 9 million people produces more startup companies than Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan and the UK. Taiwan has positioned itself to become the launch site of many tech startups known around the world, what can Taiwan learn from Israel? 

 

 

According to Ayla Matalon, the Executive Director of MIT Enterprise Forum of Israel and the chairperson of Global Entrepreneurship Network Israel, it is never easy to start startups and inspire the businesspeople to fund innovation and ideas.

 

 

Ayla Matalon has a project in Israel called “Entrepreneurship on Tap” which encourages young talents to meet experienced entrepreneurs in bars and talk to them over a glass of beer adding that it is important to contact with people who have done it. Ayla Matalon and other members of the Israeli team were in Taiwan to take part in the Taipei International Dragon Boat Race in early June.

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Prof.Joyce Lin Juoyu talks about New Southbound Policy

Prof.Joyce Lin Juoyu talks about New Southbound Policy

Prof.Joyce Lin Juoyu talks about New Southbound Policy

2017-06-04 01:00:00

Prof.Joyce Lin Juoyu, an associate professor of the Department of Diplomacy and International Relations and the director of ASEAN Studies at Tamkang University said Taiwan should have more people-oriented linkage with the rest of ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) so that Taiwan can have regional economic integration with those ten countries in the region. Taiwanese businesspeople have invested around USD$ 19 billion dollars in ASEAN and should also increase more investment in emerging markets such as Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia.

  

Apart from ASEAN, Taiwan should also increase cooperation with 18 target countries in the New Southbound Policy including Australia, New Zealand, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh.

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Israeli office makes donations to help schools and NGOs in Taitung

Israeli office makes donations to help schools and NGOs in Taitung

Israeli office makes donations to help schools and NGOs in Taitung

2017-05-28 01:00:00

Last year, Israel Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei donated 117 earthquake-proof tables invented by Israelis, to the city of Tainan, southern Taiwan with funds that were allocated for Israeli National Day reception. This year, Mr.Asher Yarden, the Israeli representative said his office works with a major international chain hotel and other sponsors to extend assistance to the underprivileged in Taitung, Eastern Taiwan. Mr.Asher Yarden said they visited schools and NGOs in Taitung and made donations to help them. Taiwan even though is a developed economy, Mr.Yarden said his office still hopes to provide assistance to the underprivileged groups and to give back to the society in Taiwan.

  

An Israeli cookbook, translated in traditional Chinese, was released in Taiwan in April and asked whether his office will get more Israeli books translated into traditional Chinese, the Israeli representative said his answer was affirmative because many readers in Taiwan are still interested in Israeli books. Next year, Israel will be the theme country of the Taipei International Book Exhibition and the Israeli representative said he will promote Israel thorough Israeli literature.

 

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