Companies are trying to figure out how best to respond to new and unique challenges, while staying vigilant about the unexpected. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread, wreaking havoc on economies throughout the world, companies are struggling to come up with ways to keep business operational, as well as employees and clientele safe. Taiwan,…

Speaking at AmCham Taipei’s 50th annual Hsieh Nien Fan banquet at the Grand Hyatt on March 21, Alex Wong, U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for East Asia and the Pacific, staunchly reaffirmed American government support for Taiwan. Stating that “the United States has been, is, and always will be Taiwan’s closest friend and partner,” Wong said “the…

More than 160 AmCham Taipei members and guests attended the 2017 Annual General Meeting, November 21 at Shangri-La’s Far Eastern Plaza Hotel. Opening the session, Chamber Chairman Albert Chang thanked the Chamber’s current Board for their service and outlined the organization’s achievements over the past year. He also paid tribute to President Andrea Wu, who…

20The 2017 edition of the always much-anticipated American Ball, co-organized by AmCham Taipei and the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), took place October 28 in the beautiful Grand Ballroom of the Grand Hyatt Taipei. Guests enjoyed the room’s dazzling Chicago-themed décor provided by the Feng Ze Design Center, crowd-pleasing entertainment routines devised by the VMJ…

Many U.S. university students spend the summer break honing their skills by serving with American companies or institutions in Taiwan.   Every summer, multinational corporations, non-profit organizations, and government bodies in Taiwan invite university students from abroad to intern in their Taiwan offices. These interns are tasked with a variety of responsibilities ranging from as…