As you’ve seen in the news, we had a very successful dedication ceremony of our new AIT facility in Neihu on June 12th. We haven’t yet moved into the new building, so all consular services are still being provided at our Xinyi location.
Everyone at AIT worked together to make the dedication of our new home in Neihu a success last Tuesday, including our interns. We were blessed with a good weather and wonderful company. Here is our last video about this important event. Take a look behind the scenes from our interns’ perspective!
June 12 was a big day for AIT. We dedicated our new home in Neihu! We were so happy many of our good friends from the United States and Taiwan could join us for this important event and share the joy of the occasion. Let's take a look at what they said!
We wish everyone in Taiwan could have joined us at the dedication ceremony of our new home in Neihu – so we made this video to share the experience with all our friends. Thanks for watching and sharing our joy!
Today's dedication ceremony for AIT's new office complex is a milestone in the relationship that all of us here so deeply treasure. This occasion marks the remarkable journey that we have taken together since AIT was established by the Taiwan Relations Act in 1979. | June 12, 2018
I am deeply honored to be here today as Director of the American Institute in Taiwan to celebrate one of the grandest milestones in the history of AIT, the dedication ceremony of AIT’s new office complex in Taipei. | OT-1811E | June 12, 2018
Working closely with AIT we designed and built a modern, efficient and secure new facility that will support their important mission and work here.
The New Office Complex is beautiful, and I want to congratulate the people who have worked tirelessly to turn this dream to reality. I also want to acknowledge that it represents much more than steel and glass and concrete. The New Office Complex is a symbol of the strength and vibrancy of the U.S.-Taiwan partnership ...
The American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) officially dedicated its new office complex in Taipei today. AIT Chairman James Moriarty, Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen, Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs Marie Royce, Overseas Buildings Office Principal Deputy Director Ambassador William Moser, and AIT Director Kin W. Moy all delivered remarks at the dedication ...
Ambassador James Moriarty, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), is visiting Taiwan from June 10 to 16, 2018. | PR-1813E | June 11, 2018
Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs Marie Royce to Visit Taiwan June 1
Marie Royce, Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs, is visiting Taiwan June 10-14, 2018, to participate in a dedication ceremony for the American Institute in Taiwan’s new office complex and to promote educational and cultural partnerships. | PR-1812 | June 10, 2018
AIT Director Moy: People say “good things come to those who wait.” We’ve waited a long time to officially announce that we are dedicating AIT’s New Office Complex on June 12, so that should tell you how special it is.
AIT Directory Moy: Today, I am pleased to announce that on June 12, the American Institute in Taiwan will hold a ceremony to dedicate AIT’s new office complex in Neihu. | OT-1808 | May 21, 2018
AIT Director Moy: It was my pleasure to give a preview tour of the new AIT complex to President Tsai this morning. We really appreciate her support for our project, which is a strong symbol of U.S.-Taiwan friendship. The facility is looking better and better and we can’t wait to make our move to Neihu ...
AIT Director Moy: We want to thank Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je for his help over the past few years in facilitating the completion of the project.
AIT Director Moy: As many of you know, we at AIT have been working on an exciting project. All of us are proud that we will bring it to completion later this summer! Check out this short intro video and keep coming back to AIT Facebook for more information as we get ready to cross ...
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