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Taiwan looking to expand cultural exchange with South Korea

Updated: 2017-09-18   By   Chi-wei Chang

At an annual joint economic conference with South Korea in Seoul on Sept. 8, 2017, Taiwan's deputy culture minister expressed the hope to boost the cooperation and exchange between the two countries in the cultural and creative sectors.

Taiwan's deputy culture minister, Yang Tzu-pao, expressed the wish during the 42nd Joint Conference between the ROC-Korea Business Council and the Korea-Taiwan Business Council, which took place on Yeoui Island, Seoul's main financial and investment banking district.

The event was jointly organized by the Taipei-based Chinese International Economic Cooperation Association (CIECA) and its South Korean counterpart, the Federation of Korean Industries (FKI).

A Taiwan delegation was headed by Chuang Suo-han, chief of the CIECA's Korean Committee and vice chairman of the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA).

The delegation, which traveled to Seoul for the conference and a 4-day visit, comprised over 30 businesses representatives from the fields of energy, logistics, food, travel, biotechnology, steel, computer games and banking.

The participants in the conference discussed topics spanning logistics, culture and creativity, travel, energy and bio-medicine, with the hope to find cooperation opportunities in those sectors.  

Source: Focus Taiwan
Chi-wei Chang (jojochang@taitra.org.tw)
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