For some, this pandemic has brought out the best in human resiliency and generosity. For example, Taiwan skillfully managed the COVID-19 crisis, through what has become known as the “Taiwan Model.” Taiwan not only generously chose to share its expertise around the world, but also drastically increased its PPE production to come to the aid ...
Since its inception in July 2019, the Talent Circulation Alliance has been an important platform for AIT, Taiwan’s government, and private sector partners to promote the circulation of talent between Taiwan, the United States, and other like-minded partners, with the goal of cultivating a deep pool of capable, internationally-integrated, and digitally-savvy professionals. |OT-2040|September 24, 2020
Remarks by AIT Deputy Director Raymond Greene at the American Innovation Center Housewarming Opening
I am pleased to be here today representing the American Institute in Taiwan to celebrate the sixth anniversary of the American Innovation Center and to open both the New AIC with our partner Songyang Creative and Culture Park (SCCP) and our Anniversary Forum hosted with the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology with the ...
The FORMOSAT-7/COSMIC-2 satellite mission marks another major milestone in U.S.-Taiwan space cooperation and exemplifies Taiwan’s contribution to the world. |OT-2008| |March 6, 2020|
AIT has been involved in the Presidential Hackathon since its inception in 2018, but this year AIT is proud to co-host with Taiwan the International Track of the Presidential Hackathon. |OT-2007|February 20, 2020
Countering propaganda and disinformation is one of the most vexing and complex challenges facing democratic societies around the world today. |OT-2002|February 19, 2020
As we move forward together to build the digital age, we look forward to continuing to work closely with all of you here today and the organizers of Meet Taipei. Taiwan’s future depends upon moving up the value-chain to become a full-fledged innovation-based economy. |OT-1987|November 14, 2019
Remarks by AIT Deputy Director Raymond Greene at the Press Conference Prior to the Taipei Symphony O
2019 is a very special year. This year marks the 50th anniversary of TSO, the 40th anniversary of the Taiwan Relations Act and the establishment of AIT, as well as the 40th anniversary of Taipei’s sister city ties with Atlanta. Therefore, TSO’s visit to Washington, DC and a concert in Atlanta is a significant diplomatic ...
Remarks by AIT Acting Director Raymond Greene at The Opening Session of the 2019 Cyber Offensive and
The U.S. government is proud, for the first time ever, to co-host international cyber exercises with Taiwan focused on combatting cyber threats from North Korea and other actors.|OT-1980|November 4, 2019
The TCA is a public-private partnership that aims to facilitate the circulation of talent between Taiwan and other like-minded partners in order to cultivate a deep pool of capable, internationally-integrated, and digitally savvy professionals. | OT-1962|August 26, 2019
Opening Remarks by AIT Deputy Director Raymond Greene at a Public Forum on U.S.-Taiwan Economic Ties
We believe the strategies proposed by you the public during this Digital Dialogue offer creative solutions for promoting U.S.-Taiwan economic and commercial ties. |OT-1961|August 15, 2019
Taiwan has had tremendous success addressing environmental challenges, making it one of the most livable places in Asia. | OT-1958 | July 30, 2019
In many ways, the Presidential Hackathon embodies the very best of Taiwan. Hackathons originally started in the United States, but Taiwan has definitely taken them to a new level. |OT-1957|July 27, 2019
Remarks by AIT Acting Director Raymond Greene At the Opening of 2019 NIA International Workshop on S
I would like to begin by congratulating Taiwan on being ranked Tier One in the State Department’s annual Trafficking in Persons Report for the tenth year in a row. This is truly a rare and remarkable accomplishment...|OT-1956| July 25, 2019
AIT has been right beside the people of Taiwan on your march to marriage equality. We have been there with you at Taipei Pride Parades to advocate for LGBTQ rights… | OT-1950 | June 26, 2019
Today’s event focuses on two priority areas for U.S.-Taiwan cooperation, the developing the digital economy and promoting entrepreneurship. | OT-1949 | June 26, 2019
Governments must do what they can to fight disinformation, but ultimately enhancing media and news literacy among our publics is the best defense against disinformation and deliberate efforts to undermine democratic society. | OT-1944 | June 20, 2019
Remarks by AIT Deputy Director Raymond Greene at the FBI National Academy Association Asia-Pacific C
The American Institute in Taiwan is so pleased that the FBI National Academy Association selected Taipei to hold this year’s Asia-Pacific Chapter Conference. Taiwan is not only one of the United States’ closest law enforcement partners, it also fully shares the values and aspirations articulated in our Free and Open Indo-Pacific Vision. | OT-1937 | June ...
Remarks by AIT Deputy Director Greene at Opening Ceremony of GCTF on Network Security and Emerging T
Security cannot be an afterthought in the development of emerging technologies, it has to be the foundation. Just as we cannot have a vibrant economy without physical security, so too we cannot have a dynamic digital economy without network security. | OT-1929 | May 28, 2019
Welcome to the grand opening of the USA Pavilion at the 2019 Taipei International Machine Tool Show…We are confident that the partnerships between U.S. and Taiwan companies will result in machines that will make the factories of tomorrow smarter and more efficient. | OT-1904E | March 4, 2019
Today’s workshop is the second one we’ve held under the GCTF focused on humanitarian assistance and disaster relief, highlighting our belief that Taiwan is a regional leader in disaster prevention and response. | OT-1845E | December 14, 2018
AIT co-hosted with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) and the National Science and Technology Center for Disaster Reduction (NCDR) under the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) the Global Cooperation and Training Framework (GCTF) International Workshop on Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief. | PR-1849E | December 14, 2018
“The United States is proud to be Taiwan’s 2nd largest trading partner, and we look forward to finding new ways to strengthen and expand our trade relationship.”| OT-1829E | October 4, 2018
As part of the United States’ Indo-Pacific Strategy, we hope to work closely with Taiwan on infrastructure, the development of cleaner energy, and the digital economy. AI will be central to all three. | OT-1824E | September 6, 2018
AIT congratulates the 12 shipping companies in Taiwan that received awards this year from the U.S. Coast Guard’s Automated Mutual Assistance Vessel Rescue (Amver) ship safety and rescue program. | PR-1826E | August 28, 2018
The United States looks forward to being an active participant at the GEC+ in September and we consider ourselves fortunate to have Taiwan as our close partner in innovation and entrepreneurship.
The United States and Taiwan for decades have had very close cooperation on technology, mostly in hardware. Taiwan firms form an integral part of U.S. technology supply chains; and our technology cooperation has been the primary force bringing our two economies together for years. | OT-1819 | July 8, 2018
Raymond Greene Assumes Duties as Deputy Director of the Taipei Office of the American Institute in T
Raymond Greene assumed duties as the Deputy Director of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) on June 21, 2018. | PR-1817E | June 22, 2018
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