AIT, in coordination with TECRO and MOFA, is launching a yearlong campaign called AIT@40. This campaign will celebrate forty years of friendship and partnership between the United States and Taiwan since the signing of the Taiwan Relations Act. | OT-1901E | February 1, 2019
AIT wishes you a happy and prosperous Year of the Pig!
When it comes to empowering women to not only participate in the political process, but to lead it, Taiwan truly stands out as a model to us all. | OT-1844E | December 10, 2018
I am particularly honored to help open the AIT@40 exhibition here in Kaohsiung… The U.S.-Taiwan relationship has a remarkable history, and we have come a long way together, as Taiwan developed into both a hi-tech economic powerhouse and also a highly successfully liberal democracy. | OT-1843E | November 29, 2018
We will also spend all of next year celebrating AIT and the Taiwan Relations Act’s 40’s anniversary. As part of this celebration of 40 years of U.S.-Taiwan friendship, we are announcing next year a “Travel Year.” | OT-1842E | November 23, 2018
The United States and Taiwan are natural partners for startups and entrepreneurship. Our Indo-Pacific Strategy calls for cooperation aimed at expanding opportunities on infrastructure, energy, and the digital economy. | OT-1841E | November 15, 2018
AIT Director Brent Christensen launches 2018 International Education Week with a new AIT Facebook student profile series featuring alumni from AIT’s local intern program and the AIT Youth Camp who have studied in the United States.
As we celebrate the 40th anniversary of this remarkable legislation, we will also be looking forward, focusing on how we can strengthen and broaden the relationship over the next 40 years – build upon our strong foundation a bright future.
I am very pleased to be here today to both mark Micron’s 40th anniversary and to celebrate the grand opening of their backend facility here in Taichung. As we all know, Micron is Taiwan’s largest foreign investor, creating more than 5,300 jobs, and they have been operating in Taiwan for 21 years. | OT-1836E | ...
AIT Director Christensen: “Taiwan is a world leader in a wide range of economic, social, health, education, and environmental areas. The United States recognizes that Taiwan has not only addressed many challenges in these areas but, more importantly, has the willingness to share its experiences as its neighbors address these same challenges…Likewise, the United States ...
This year’s theme was “Space and Earth.” At the close of the 48-hour event, Team Light Wonder won the first place cash award of NT$80,000. | PR-1837E | October 23, 2018
AIT Director Brent Christensen would like to invite you to a U.S. citizen town hall on Tuesday, October 30th from 7 - 8 pm at The Taipei American School (TAS).
The United States is grappling with the spread of disinformation, particularly as foreign actors seek to use social media to interfere in our elections, divide the American public, and undermine confidence in our democratic institutions. Taiwan is also on the frontlines, and we all have much to learn from Taiwan about how to marshal our ...
The GEC+ will explore how entrepreneurs can use artificial intelligence and the internet of things for social good. From our perspective, the theme of this event perfectly encapsulates some of the best the U.S.-Taiwan technology relationship has to offer. | OT-1828E | September 27, 2018
In the years ahead, as business relationships evolve in the Indo-Pacific region, I believe the role and importance of Taiwan businesses will continue to grow and expand around the world. | OT-1827E | September 25, 2018
The Private Equity Forum is part of an ongoing dialogue about the investment climate in Taiwan and part of the effort to raise awareness about the role of private equity in today’s economies. | OT-1825 E | September 14, 2018 |
As we look to the future, one important aspect of U.S.-Taiwan partnership will be our cooperation in developing the world’s emerging technologies, including smart cities and smart transportation. | OT-1823E | August 28, 2018
It is my honor to represent the United States as the new AIT Director, and I look forward to working closely with Taiwan to deepen our relationship. | OT-1822E | August 24, 2018
AIT Director Brent Christensen met with President Tsai Ing-wen for the first time since assuming duties as Director of the American Institute in Taiwan. | PR-1825E | August 23, 2018
AIT Director Christensen gives remarks at GCTF’s Transnational Crime and Forensic Science Workshop [
“I can’t think of a better, more important way to spend the coming years than to continue to strengthen the partnership and friendship between the United States and Taiwan… I believe that the United States and Taiwan not only have much to share with one another, but also have much to share with other countries ...
As we kick off this GCTF program, featuring 26 participants from 16 countries, I am positive that you will all come to see Taiwan as a hub of law enforcement expertise, a reliable partner, and a force for good in the world. | OT-1821E | August 14, 2018
William Brent Christensen Assumes Duties as Director of the American Institute in Taiwan | PR-1824 | August 11, 2018
Meet William Brent Christensen, the new Director of the American Institute in Taiwan [Video]
William Brent Christensen Announced as Director of the Taipei Office of the American Institute in Ta
The American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) is pleased to announce the selection of Mr. William Brent Christensen as the new Director of its Taipei office, succeeding Mr. Kin W. Moy, beginning summer 2018. | PR-1818 | June 27, 2018
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