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The Embassy of Belize in ROC-Taiwan announces first-of-its-kind Belize-Taiwan Academic Conference

Posted: Tuesday, June 8, 2021. 6:45 pm CST.

By Rubén Morales Iglesias: Belizean students in Taiwan will be sharing their experiences in Taiwan on July 3, 2021, through the first-of-its-kind Belize-Taiwan Academic Conference (BTAC) announced today by the Embassy of Belize in ROC-Taiwan.

“This conference is a medium through which Belizean students can share with Belizeans at home and in the diaspora the benefits of their studies and training in Taiwan,” said a social media post by the Embassy of Belize in ROC-Taiwan.

The Embassy of Belize in ROC-Taiwan led by Ambassador Candice Pitts said that “Remarkably, this is a student-led initiative that garnered support from the Embassy of Belize, MOFA-Belize [Ministry of Foreign Affairs], MOFA-Taiwan, CATO, ICDF, MOE-Belize [Ministry of Education], MOE-Taiwan, Ming Chuang University, and National Chung Hsing University.”

The conference will be live on July 3, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. in Belize, which is July 4 at 8:00 a.m. in Taiwan, on Facebook and YouTube and simulcast on Breaking Belize News, Channels 5 and 7, Positive Vibes, and Belize Government Press Office.

The Embassy of Belize in ROC-Taiwan said opening remarks will be delivered by Ambassador Candice Pitts, Minister of Education-Belize Francis Fonseca, Minister of Foreign Affairs-Taiwan Pan Wen-chung, and an ICDF Scholarship representative.

The Belize Embassy said the conference will include Belizean and Taiwanese cultural performances.


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