Nov 19, 2017 General Comments Off on 56th OSEAL meeting underway in Kaohsiung
Kaohsiung-The 56th annual meeting of the Orient and South East Asia Lions (OSEAL) is currently underway in Kaohsiung City, southern Taiwan, where an estimated 20,000 members of local Lions clubs in Taiwan and eight nearby regions are in attendance.
The four-day forum kicked off on Friday and coincides with the centennial of the Lions Clubs International, which was founded in 1917.
In his welcome message, Forum Chairman Carl Chou said that it was a great honor for Taiwan to host the forum in such a special year, noting that "all the Lions in Taiwan are working to prepare unique love of Lions's 100 years."
He also invited all those attending the forum, from Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Brunei, Guam and the Philippines, to check out the food, culture and beautiful scenery in southern Taiwan.
President Tsai Ing-wen attended the gathering on Saturday, where she spoke highly of the Lions Clubs International, apolitical organization's commitment to innovation and reform.
In her speech, she talked about the path to innovation and reform that Taiwan has taken, asking Lions clubs members to invest in the country as Taiwan's economy continues to rebound and grow.
She specifically talked about how Kaohsiung City, where the forum is being hosted, has developed hard and soft infrastructure as well as industry under the leadership of Kaoshiung Mayor Chen Chu.
Source: Overseas Community Affairs Council
Comments Off on Vatican deal unlikely to spur religious freedom in China: expert
Comments Off on Swimming race in ‘most beautiful’ Penghu bay attracts all ages
Comments Off on American fugitive 3D gun maker forced to leave Taiwan
Comments Off on SolarWinds to Showcase Change Monitoring and Extended Azure Monitoring Capabilities Across Unified Infrastructure Management and SaaS solutions Portfolio at Microsoft Ignite 2018
Comments Off on Prolonged U.S.-China trade war could hurt Taiwan: think tank
Comments Off on Taiwan’s Hsieh Su-wei advances to Japan Women’s Open singles final