President recognizes Kiwanis Taiwan’s efforts for the world to see Taiwan at Kiwanis Taiwan National Convention
President Tsai addresses the Taiwan District of Kiwanis International 46th National Convention & Taiwan Top 10 Outstanding Agriculturalists Commendation Ceremony.
President Ing-Wen Tsai attended on September 15 “The Taiwan District of Kiwanis International 46th National Convention & Taiwan Top 10 Outstanding Agriculturalists Commendation Ceremony” to recognize Kiwanis Taiwan’s formation of the “Taiwan Kiwanis Team” and initiation of the donation of face masks and epidemic prevention supplies for the world to see Taiwan. According to President Tsai, through the government’s overall planning and society’s concerted efforts, there is still much room for our future economic development for Taiwan to outperform other countries.
In her remarks, President Tsai expressed her pleasure to attend the annual congress of Kiwanis Taiwan again. Under the leadership of female President Lynn Liu, Kiwanis Taiwan keeps developing the club’s business to demonstrate its value in the pandemic. According to President Tsai, she decided to attend Kiwanis Taiwan’s annual congress for two consecutive years out of her respect and appreciation for the admirable achievements of Kiwanis Taiwan members accumulated through continuous efforts over the years.
President Tsai added, Kiwanis Taiwan’s efforts in improving the lives of children is very meaningful. President Lynn Liu has previously chaired the Kiwanis Taiwan Children Foundation. Besides leading Kiwanis Taiwan to keep engaging in various international children’s service projects, she also organized Taiwan’s first “National Top Ten Outstanding Youth and Children Award” to give great encouragement for younger generations.
President Tsai also mentioned, members from all parts of Taiwan have formed the “Taiwan Kiwanis Team” to fight the pandemic. The team initiated the donation of face masks and epidemic prevention supplies to send Taiwan’s concerns to countries including the USA, the Philippines, and Nepal, and our ally Eswatini in support of the government’s epidemic control measures. This event shows that the concept of “Taiwan Can Help” is jointly promoted by the government and the private sector. With spare capacity, let us contribute to the world and let the world see Taiwan.
President Tsai emphasized, the pandemic is changing rapidly, and “there is no time to be complacent about the risk.” She hopes that members of Kiwanis Taiwan can continue to exert their influence to publicize epidemic control measures featuring “wearing face masks and washing hands frequently” and engage more in economic revitalization, in order to sustain Taiwan’s “Epidemic New Lifestyle” gained from the public’s hard endeavors.
President Ing-Wen Tsai attended on September 15 “The Taiwan District of Kiwanis International 46th National Convention & Taiwan Top 10 Outstanding Agriculturalists Commendation Ceremony.”