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Working in Unity to Bolster the Economy
President Ma presides over 2014 New Year ceremony at Auditorium of Presidential Office Building and delivers speech entitled "Working in Unity to Bolster the Economy." ...[Detail]
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Remembering former President Yen Chia-kan—an important force behind Taiwan's economic miracle
On the morning of December 16, President Ma Ying-jeou attended an event entitled "Yen Chia-kan and Economic Development in Taiwan: An International Conference." The event was held to highlight the many contributions of former President Yen Chia-kan (嚴家淦, 1905-1993) to economic development in Taiwan. ...[Detail]
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Upholding territorial dignity and resolving disputes via peaceful means
On the morning of December 14, President Ma Ying-jeou attended an academic conference on contemporary international law and transnational law, as well as the 2013 annual assembly of the Chinese (Taiwan) Society of International Law (CSIL). The president praised the society for its many years of work to enhance the teaching of law in Taiwan, and for the academic research it has carried out. He also briefed his audience on the government's measures to put international law into practice. ...[Detail]
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East China Sea Peace Initiative and the use of dialogue to resolve disputes
During an interview with Japan's Mainichi Newspapers, President Ma Ying-jeou presented Taiwan's stance on mainland China's demarcation of an East China Sea Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ), and commented on Taiwan's relations with Japan and the United States. ...[Detail]
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Helping private schools transform or shut down; finding ways to reuse school campuses
On the morning of November 28, President Ma Ying-jeou attended a forum with higher education groups to discuss a range of topics, including how to help universities transform or exit the sector, how to expand the export of higher education and attract foreign students to Taiwan, and how to boost the quality of education to avoid an outflow of skilled individuals. ...[Detail]
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Playing a bigger international role, providing humanitarian aid, and leading the global public health effort
Dr. Chiu Wen-Ta (邱文達), Minister of Health and Welfare of the Republic of China, The Honorable Alvina Reynolds, Health Minister of St. Lucia, The Honorable Gregorio Ngirmang, Health Minister of Palau, The Honorable David Kabua, Health Minister of Marshall Islands, The Honorable Kautu Tenaua, Health Minister of Kiribati, ...[Detail]
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