The United States and Taiwan have made great progress in cleaning up our respective environments over the last 25 years. However, the global community is still facing a spectrum of environmental challenges.
To celebrate the Lunar New Year, AIT is once again releasing a special video to wish all of our friends in Taiwan a very happy Year of the Dog! In this year’s video, Director Moy’s dog, Hope, and Deputy Director Forden’s dog, Maggie, show Director Moy and Deputy Forden what a dog’s life is like ...
AIT is launching a new Facebook series, all about our adopted pets. We will introduce one pet every Friday over the holiday season.
Remarks by AIT Acting Director Robert Forden at the Global Cooperation and Training Framework Worksh
Closing this “digital divide” is not just a question of social fairness, it is also smart economics. There is no denying that the global economy and society are moving increasingly on-line. | OT-1722E | November 8, 2017
AIT Deputy Director Robert Forden’s remarks at Opening of the Taiwan Environmental Engineering Confe
Remarks by AIT Deputy Director Robert Forden at the Joint Opening Session of the Taiwan Environmental Protection Technology Exhibition and Environmental Engineering Conference (As Prepared for Delivery) | OT-1720E | November 8, 2017
Remarks by AIT Deputy Director Robert Forden at the 2017 International Environmental Partnership Con
The United States is proud to continue our cooperation with Taiwan through the International Environmental Partnership, or IEP, which was launched by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Taiwan Environmental Protection Administration, and Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2014. | OT-1717E | Date: 09/25/2017
PR-1711E | Date: 04/18/2017 AIT Deputy Director Robert Forden will present the Importer of the Year Award to Kaohsiung-based E United Group.
AIT is pleased to present this video as part of the American Music Abroad Taiwan Tour 2017, recorded at the Lin-An Tai Ancestral House. Enjoy AIT and Jonathan Scales Fourchestras performance!
PR-1668E | Date: 12/13/2016 AIT and the Customs Administration of Taiwan's Ministry of Finance celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Taiwan Megaports program at the Port of Kaohsiung.
My U.S. Experience Series - AIT's Deputy Director Robert Forden talks about his college experience.
Remarks by AIT Deputy Director Robert Forden at the GCTF E-Commerce Workshop International Cooperati
OT-1619E | Date: 10/05/2016 The GCTF is a vehicle for the United States and Taiwan to jointly address emerging global and regional challenges by providing training to colleagues and experts from around the Asia-Pacific region.
OT-1616E | Date: 09/02/2016 The United States is proud to partner with Taiwan in advancing human rights causes, and we applaud the work all of you are doing to build awareness and protect the rights of persons with disabilities.
Remarks by AIT Acting Director Robert W. Forden at 2016 International Workshop on Strategies for Com
OT-1613E | Date: 07/27/2016 Human trafficking violates the most basic sense of our common humanity. It is therefore essential that like-minded partners around the globe coordinate our efforts to eliminate modern slavery.
Remarks by AIT Acting Director Robert W. Forden at 2016 International Conference: Best Practices for
OT-1611E | Date: 07/26/2016 Intellectual property rights protection touches on many facets of strong economic growth, whether it is patents, copyright, trademarks, trade secrets, or fostering an overall environment for innovation and creativity.
AIT wishes all our Taiwan friends a Happy Fourth of July!
Happy New Year from AIT! To plan for how AIT would share our new year’s wishes for the year of the monkey, Director Moy called a special planning meeting. Watch our video to see the result. Then listen for Director Moy’s special invitation to join us in welcoming the New Year! AIT looks forward to ...
Remarks by AIT Deputy Director Robert W. Forden at the Opening Ceremony of the Taiwan 2015 UNFCCC NG
OT-1519E | Date: 08/21/2015 We recognize that addressing the threat of climate change effectively is going to require us to do much more, both independently and in cooperation with like-minded partners.
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