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President Tsai Ing-Wen visited Palau in March this year and met with Palauan President Remenesau. The state visit was to share experiences in promoting democracy and sustainability as well as garnering support for Taiwan's participation in international organizations. Ambassador Dilmei Louisa Olkeriil from Palau reiterated the strong relations enjoyed by Taiwan and Palau adding that Palau will continue to support Taiwan in its bid to join international organizations such as WHO.
Ms.Tania Berchem, the executive director of Luxembourg Trade and Investment Office (LTIO) Taipei said Taiwan-Luxembourg working holiday program was signed last year and went into effect this year. The program allows young Taiwanese and Luxembourgers, aged between 18 and 30 to travel and work in Luxembourg and Taiwan respectively for up to one year.
Luxembourg is a small country in western Europe and is the second richest country in the world ranked by its GDP. It is a multicultural country with citizens more than 170 nationalities. According to Ms.Tania Berchem, Executive Director of the Luxembourg Trade and Investment Office in Taipei
B.OOM is an international dance project that crosses borders and it was first held in 2016 and this year, B Dance from Taiwan will create a dance platform that enhances international cultural exchanges through collaboration with award-winning choreographers and performers from Italy, Portugal, Spain, Luxembourg and Vietnam. You can experience six different artists performing in one night. Joining us in the discussion today are two Spanish artists, Carmen Fumero Alfonso and Miguel Ballabriga Alfonso as well as B.Dance artistic director, Benson Tsai Po-Cheng. They will perform in Taipei on June 28th and 29th.
Randy Mulyanto is a Taipei-based freelance journalist who is from Indonesia. But he is not writing in Indonesian, instead, he writes for English publications, and not just any publications, but some of the biggest names in the media industry such as the South China Morning Post (SCMP), Vice, Cathay Dragon's Silkroad magazine, etc.