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President Tsai meets delegation of overseas Chinese-language media
President Tsai Ing-wen met on the morning of May 19, the eve of the one-year anniversary of her presidency, with a group of overseas-based Chinese-language media. During the meeting, the president said she had decided to use the first year of her first term in office to undertake the most difficult of reforms because, as a leader of a democratic country, she has a strong determination to carry out reforms. In the future, said the president, "the Tsai Ing-wen administration will insist on" working for Taiwan. And it will continue, without regard to whatever praise or criticism might ensue, working to resolve the country's problems and lead Taiwan in a better direction. ...[Detail]
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President Tsai's opening statement in interview with journalists from India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand
On the morning of May 5, President Tsai Ing-wen had a joint interview by The Hindu from India, Kompas from Indonesia, The Sun from Malaysia, The Philippine Daily Inquirer from the Philippines, The Straits Times from Singapore, and The Nation from Thailand. In the interview, the president elaborated the thinking and objectives of Taiwan's New Southbound Policy which is based on economic complementarity and mutual benefits. She also expressed hope that we would capitalize on our advantages to strengthen cooperation with the countries of the ASEAN and South Asia, thereby establishing mutually beneficial relations, and working together to promote the welfare of the people in the region. ...[Detail]
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President Tsai interviewed by <i>Reuters</i>
In an interview with Reuters on April 27, President Tsai Ing-wen spoke about Taiwan's longstanding friendship with the United States, her biggest achievements in office, and the state of cross-strait relations.  ...[Detail]
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President Tsai presides over first meeting of Presidential Office Indigenous Historical Justice and Transitional Justice Committee
On the afternoon of March 20, President Tsai Ing-wen presided over a meeting of the Presidential Office Indigenous Historical Justice and Transitional Justice Committee, where she explained the three main goals of the committee—"to clarify historical facts, spur societal communication, and put forward policy proposals"—so that Taiwanese society can move toward reconciliation. ...[Detail]
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President Tsai attends ceremonies to mark 70th anniversary of 228 Incident
On the afternoon of February 28, President Tsai Ing-wen attended the nation's main memorial ceremony to mark the 70th anniversary of the 228 Incident. In addition to laying flowers as a gesture of respect for the victims of the incident, the president emphasized that the government will exercise maximum prudence in determining responsibility for the 228 Incident, while adding that we must put to rest the idea that there were "only victims, and no victimizers." Hopefully, she added, the day will come when all the facts are laid bare, when the victimizers are willing to apologize, and the victims and their families are willing to forgive, so that democracy in Taiwan can move forward. ...[Detail]
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Ing-Jie Project—steadfast diplomacy based on mutual assistance for mutual benefits
President Tsai concluded her recent trip to Central America, codenamed the "Ing-Jie Project," and returned to Taiwan at 10:00 p.m. on January 15. In remarks delivered at Taoyuan International Airport, the president outlined the successes achieved during the trip and declared the future direction of foreign policy strategy. ...[Detail]
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