Remarks by AIT Director Sandra Oudkirk at the U.S.-Taiwan Education Initiative – Forming Global Partnerships Symposium

Foreign Minister Wu, Deputy Magistrate Liu, Chung Cheng University President Dr. Fong, representatives from the British Council, Australia, New Zealand and Canadian offices, esteemed guests, and online friends, good morning! I am excited to welcome you to today’s international education symposium which is a part of the U.S.-Taiwan Education Initiative.|OT-2158|November 30, 2021
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New U.S.-Taiwan Education Initiative

Deputy Secretary Mitchell Zais recently joined State Department officials and representatives from American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) at a virtual meeting with Taiwan representatives to identify potential steps that the United States and Taiwan could take to meet the growing need for Mandarin teachers in the United States, and for English instructors on Taiwan. The ...
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Remarks by AIT Director W. Brent Christensen at the Chinese Language Symposium to Support the U.S.-Taiwan Education Initiative

As you may have heard, on December 2, AIT and TECRO signed an important Memorandum of Understanding on international education cooperation. This MOU gives Taiwan and the United States the opportunity to strengthen our cooperation and collaboration on international education.|OT-2102|January 16, 2021 
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Remarks by AIT Director W. Brent Christensen at the Launch of the U.S.-Taiwan Education Initiative

I am excited to be here today for the public launch of the U.S.-Taiwan Education Initiative.  This new bilateral Initiative is aimed at expanding access to Chinese and English language instruction, while safeguarding academic freedom.|OT-2052|December 3, 2020
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