Taiwan Foreign Minister, Indian representatives share stage at Taipei Diwali bash


    Taiwan Foreign Minister, Indian agents share stage at Taipei Diwali celebration

    Taiwan’s foreign minister Jaushieh Joseph Wu and the Director-General of India-Taipei Association (India’s de facto envoy) Gourangalal Das shared the stage on a Taiwan government-sponsored mega Diwali occasion on Friday.

    Around 200 people went to the event strictly held with COVID-19 guidelines, with the participation of numerous Indians, MPs of Taiwan parliament, Yuan, and members of the diplomatic corps.

    Taiwan Foreign minister speaking at the occasion said, “Diwali is a celebration that represents lots of things, including the victory of light over darkness and knowledge over lack of knowledge. In these tough times, we take motivation from Diwali as we work to combat the pandemic and return life to regular.”

    The Diwali celebrations took location at the historical Taipei Guest Home which is utilized as a state guest house to get state guests. The more than 100- year-old building is owned by the Taiwanese govt and administered by its foreign ministry.

    ” Diwali has actually gotten a worldwide following, and it is commemorated not only by countless Indians abroad but by countless their good friends in the adopted home. I enjoy to see such a dynamic and dynamic Indian neighborhood in Taiwan, proudly showing this wonderful inheritance of our,” Director-General of India-Taipei Association stated.

    The director-general appreciated the occasion being held at Taipei Guest Home saying, “by opening it. they have not only opened their doors but also hearts to India and Indians”

    Present at the celebration was Deputy Taiwan FM Tien Chung Kwang who used to be Amb. of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Center in India and was stationed in India for 7 years. Another noteworthy individual at the event was Legislator Yu-Chin Wu who is the Chairperson of the Taiwan-India Parliamentary Friendship Association of the Legal Yuan.

    Foreign Minister Wu admired the function of 2 individuals Jeffery Wu, a Taiwanese national who has actually added to promoting Indian culture and Priya Lalwani Purswaney who was the first Indian female to begin her own service in Taiwan. They played an essential role in Diwali celebrations.

    Recently engagement between India and Taiwan has actually increased in terms of social interaction. On Taiwan National Day, strong assistance was seen in India, angering the Chinese Embassy.

    Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen has actually been tweeting about Indian dishes saying her preferred food is Chana Masala and Naan. She has likewise been recalling her India visit, describing it as “memories of a lively, diverse & colorful country.”

    The close engagement comes even as China has been aggressive with both India and Taiwan. With India, the Line of Actual Control row has actually been the worst Chinese accumulation while with Taiwan, Chinese jets have been breaching the Taiwan strait average line that separates Taiwan from China.

    ( the heading, this story has not been released by Essential India News personnel and is released from a syndicated feed.).


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