Happy Lunar New Year 2022. The US-Taiwan Business Council celebrates the Lunar New Year in 2022, the Year of the Water Tiger!
On January 29, 2022, US-Taiwan Business Council Chairman Mike Splinter and President Rupert Hammond-Chambers met virtually with Taiwan Vice President William Lai Ching-te as he transited through San Francisco. Vice President Lai was traveling home from Honduras, where he had attended the inauguration of President Xiomara Castro as a special envoy for Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen.
Editorial: The Referendums are Connected to the Future of Taiwan’s International Trade 公投議題攸關台灣國際經貿的未來 (Published in Taiwan, December 12, 2021) Editorial by Rupert Hammond-Chambers – Taiwan United Daily News From December 8-10, 2021, Taiwan participated in President Joe Biden’s The Summit for Democracy. This event gathers the world’s leading democracies to counter authoritarianism, combat corruption, and […]
USTBC Vice President Lotta Danielsson testimony on Taiwan trade to the Wisconsin Senate Committee on Housing, Commerce and Trade – December 7, 2021
Council Vice President Lotta Danielsson speaks on a panel discussing Taiwan’s international space at the Thanksgiving meeting of the Taiwanese Association of America – Greater Washington Chapter (TAA-GWC) in Dulles, Virginia
Media Mention: Council President talks about what China invading Taiwan would mean on NTD Wide Angle
Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers on NTD Wide Angle, November 13, 2021. [YouTube Screenshot] US-Taiwan Business Council President Rupert Hammond-Chambers appeared on NTD Wide Angle on November 13, 2021. He talked about Taiwan’s value to the United States and the world, and what a Chinese invasion of Taiwan might mean. “What we’ve seen is a force-modernization […]