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【legal interpretations】International Sports Exchange Promotion Regulations

Visitors: 3023
Source: Planning Division
Date: 2019/03/21
Original Twenty-three articles promulgated on October 30th, 2001 with immediate effect on the date of promulgation.
Article 16 and 17 revised and promulgated on October 18th, 2002.
Sixteen articles revised and promulgated on April 13th, 2009.

 

Article 1
In order to promote international sports exchange activities, the International Sports Exchange Promotion Regulations is stipulated by the sports administration (SA) according to Article 16, Paragraph 1 of the National Sports Act (NSA).
The promotion of international sports exchange activities is to be referred to the Regulations. Whatever is not stipulated in said regulations should refer to the NSA, Regulations Governing Subsidies for Private Groups of the National Athletic Activities or other relevant regulations and statues.

 

Article 2
The scope of international sports exchange activities covered by the Regulations includes:
1. Signing sports exchange cooperation agreements with various international governments.
2. Signing sports exchange cooperation agreements with civil sports organizations both domestic and abroad.
3. Establishment of international sports organizations’ headquarters or branches in Taiwan or establishment of oversea branches of  international sports organizations founded according to Taiwan laws.
4. Hosting international multi-sport games.
5. Hosting international single-sport games.
6. Hosting international sports conferences.
7. Attending international sports conferences.
8. Serving in administrative positions in international sports organizations.
9. Serving as referees or other specialized assistance personnel for international sports event. 
10. Inviting key officials of international sports organizations to visit Taiwan.
11. Inviting key officials of sports organizations of individual countries to visit Taiwan.
12. Other affairs regarding international sports exchange.

 

Article 3
The SA will commission national sports organizations that have official memberships of international sports organizations to hold international sporting events in Taiwan, but if the Regulations cover other areas of such endeavors, they will be honored first.

 

Article 4
National sports organizations, city and county governments as well as schools of all levels that conduct international sports exchange activities under the NSA should also raise fund on their own aside from any subsidies received from the SA.

 

Article 5
National sports organization, city or county government should conduct feasibility and cost-effective assessment of hosting an international sporting event based on the nature of the event before completing a proposal under the organization or government name. Bids or invitations can be sent out to the pertinent international sports organizations only after the SA approves the proposal. Any attempt to host an international sporting event without SA approval will be ineligible for subsidies. The items for assessment are as follows:
1. Scope and condition of site facilities and supplementary measures.
2. Spectator attendance assessment.
3. Competitive level of participating teams (home team).
4. Delegation security.
5. Event procedural and content arrangements.
6. Regulations governing establishment of organizing committee, administration, manpower, and internal auditing control as well as fund raising abilities.
7. Level of cooperation from local governments in cities where event is to be held.
8. Host city climate, anticipated weather during the event and peripheral environmental and safety assessments.
9. Name, flag, anthem and ceremonial procedures.

 

Article 6
National sports organizations as well as city or county governments that host or take part in international sporting events or conferences should adhere to the following regulations along with the charters of the pertinent international sports organizations:
1. The name, flag and anthem of the Republic of China should be used for international competitions held in Taiwan, but no limitations are imposed on the name, flag and anthem for Taiwan teams that have already been approved by the SA and registered with the international sports organizations.
2. The name “Chinese Taipei” should be used in participating in international sporting events and represented as TPE in English or other language equivalent during opening ceremonies, with the Taiwan team entering stadiums or arenas alphabetically under “T”.
Each sports organization, city or county government should coordinate with the event organizers beforehand on the name, flag, anthem and order of entry into the stadium for ceremonies. The Chinese Taipei Olympic Committee (CTOC) should offer assistance with this matter.

 

Article 7
Any national sports organization, city or county government as well as school of all levels that hold or take part in an international sporting exchange event that includes delegation teams from mainland China should abide by the Cross-Strait Sports Exchange Regulations as well as Article 6.

 

Article 8
Those serving in an administrative office in international sports organizations should cooperate with Taiwan sports organizations to bid hosting rights of international sports events, along with actively taking part in said organization’s activities and assisting Taiwan delegations in taking part in international sporting events or conferences.

 

Article 9
National sports organizations should actively strive for participation in international events with roles such as referees or counseling personnel, enhance mutual exchange with relevant personnel in the international arena, and gather pertinent information to protect the rights of Taiwan’s delegations.

 

Article 10
National sports organizations recognized by the Chinese Taipei Olympic Committee as official members of international sports organizations, city and county governments and schools of all levels that organize international sports exchange activities under the Regulations can apply for subsidies from the SA based on Appendix 1. Exceptions outlined by the Regulations are to be followed. 
In line with important SA annual international sports policies, subsidies are given in reference to the Regulations to applications approved by the SA on special case basis.

 

Article 11
National non-governmental sports organizations that meet the abovementioned criteria should submit applications to the SA during the application periods announced in the previous year.
Subsidy application documents include:
1. A Yearly plan summary and outlines of individual events (including budget estimates of individual events) (see Appendices 2 and 3).
2. Documents stipulated by the Regulations.
3. Other pertinent documents or information as stipulated by the SA.

 

Article 12
Applicants meeting the criteria of Article 10 will have their application reviewed by the SA in accordance with the Regulations.
Events approved for subsidies by the SA should then be carried out according to submitted plan, but changes are not subjected to limitations if approved by the SA on special case basis. Planned items in the yearly summary not ratified by the SA are ineligible for subsidies; there are, however, no limitations for those approved by the SA on special case basis. The SA does not grant duplicate subsidies to applicants that have received full subsidies from another government department.

 

Article 13
Those receiving subsidies under the Regulations are subject to pertinent laws regarding their appropriation or reimbursement.

 

Article 14
Recipients of partial subsidies from the SA should keep the source documentation in case of a random government audit. If needed, subsidy recipients should cooperate and provide pertinent source documentation to the SA.
The SA has the right to rescind subsidies or pursue subsidy payments already granted from recipients found to have failed to follow event arrangements.
Subsidy recipients that subsequently have itinerary changes or cancel attendance should first report to the SA. The SA will inform affiliated organizations or schools of the recipients found to have not attended conference for which subsidies were granted.
The SA will not grant subsidies for reapplication for those who have failed to follow event arrangements or canceled attendance before.

 

Article 15
Please see Appendices 4 to 14 for forms stipulated by the Regulations.

 

Article 16
Regulations take effect from the date of promulgation.

 

Appendix 1

sports administration (SA), Executive Yuan
International Sports Exchange Promotion Subsidy Table
Number Subsidy Category  Subsidy Items and Criteria Application Procedures and Required Documents Notes
1 Official international games and championships (including qualifying matches, and senior youth, youth and junior championships) organized by national sports organization recognized by the Chinese Taipei Olympic Committee (CTOC) as official members of international sports organizations. 1. Room and board: Based on the actual number of participating players and staff of home and overseas teams, each person can receive up to NT$1,500/day (half for events that charge participation fees). The number of days subsidized is figured from the opening day to closing ceremony plus another three days.
2. Transportation: The maximum subsidy for domestic transportation is NT$9,000/day for renting a large-size vehicle, NT$4,500/day for a medium-size vehicle, and NT$3,000/day for a small vehicle. Unless otherwise approved by the SA on special case basis, the airfare of overseas teams is for their account.
3. Insurance: Each participant is subsidized with insurance coverage of NT$3 million.
4. Printing: Printed handouts, official programs, invitations and promotional posters should be designed economically and purchased based on Article 29 of the Regulations Governing Subsidies for Private National Athletic Groups.
5. Set-up: Venue decorations should stress practicality and refrain from being opulent and luxurious. Materials should be purchased based on Article 29 of the Regulations Governing Subsidies for Private National Athletic Groups.
6. Venue Rental: Full subsidies are given based on rental rates.
7. Subsidies given to referees or technical personnel sent by international sports organizations to Taiwan for room and board will be on a par with those given to players and staff members.
1. Applying organizations attempting to bid for international sports games or host international invitation games should submit organizing plans (see Appendices 4 and 5) to the SA for approval before sending out bid plans to the pertinent international sports organizations or invitations. Once the event concludes, reports (Appendix 6) should be submitted to the SA for review.
2. Applying organizations should attach preparatory proposals and actual organizing plans to the SA for approval.
 
2 International open tournaments, tours, or invitational games (with teams from five or more countries or territories participating) held by CTOC-recognized national sports organizations as official members of international sports organizations. 1. Room and board: Based on the actual number of participating players and staff of home and overseas teams, each person can receive up to NT$1,200/day (half for events that charge participation fees). The number of days subsidized is figured from the opening day to closing ceremony plus another three days.
2. Transportation: The maximum subsidy for domestic transportation is NT$6,500/day for renting a large-size vehicle, NT$3,000/day for a medium-size vehicle, and NT$2,000/day for a small vehicle. Unless otherwise approved by the SA on special case basis for certain factors, the airfare of overseas teams is for their account.
3. Insurance: Each participant is subsidized with insurance coverage of NT$3 million.
4. Printing: Printed handouts, official programs, invitations and promotional posters should be designed economically and purchased based on Article 29 of the Regulations Governing Subsidies for Private National Athletic Groups.
5. Set-up: Venue decorations should stress practicality and refrain from being opulent and luxurious. Materials should be purchased based on Article 29 of the Regulations Governing Subsidies for Private National Athletic Groups.
6. Venue Rental: Full subsidies are given based on rental rates.
   
3 International sports conferences organized by CTOC-recognized national sports organizations as official members of international sports organizations, which are limited to general assemblies or those attended by R.O.C nationals holding important positions in the organizations. Subsidy is limited to expenses related to transportation, venues, room and board, insurance and printing, and calculated based on the number of conference attendees: 
1. For attendance of 20 people or less, each person can receive up to NT$10,000.
2. For attendance of over 20 people, the subsidy for every additional person is NT$8,000.
Applying organizations should submit a yearly plan summary and outlines (Appendices 2 and 7) according to Article 14 as well as the conference preparatory plan (including date, location, target participants, number of attendees, schedule, agenda and budget) to the SA. Detailed agenda and other information should also be submitted one month before the conference is convened. 1. An applying organization is subsidized once per year in principle.
2. No more than two people per country or territory can be subsidized at one event.
4 Visits of key officials of international sports organizations or national sports organizations of individual countries at the invitation of CTOC-recognized national sports organizations as official members of international sports organizations. Subsidies for visit are given to incumbent presidents or secretary-generals in principal. 1. Overseas Transportation
(1) Round-trip business class airfare is covered for the shortest distance to Taiwan for the presidents or secretary-generals of international sports organizations or national sports organizations.
(2) Others are not eligible for subsidies unless otherwise approved by the SA on a special case basis.
2. Room and board: 
(1) Maximum subsidy is NT$5,500/day for each person.
(2) Number of days subsidized is based on actual number of days of visit for up to seven days.
3. Domestic transportation:
(1) Full subsidies are given for domestic airfare or high speed rail.
(2) Rental car expenses are subsidized for up to NT$4,000/day, with the number of days based on the actual number of days of the visit for up to seven days.
Applying organizations should submit a yearly plan summary and outlines (Appendices 2 and 8) according to Article 14 as well as the invitation plan (including invited guests, guest number, schedule and arrangements) to the SA. Detailed schedule and other information should also be submitted one month before the visit. An applying is subsidized once per year in principle
5 Application through CTOC-recognized national sports organizations as official members of international sports organizations for the following occasions:
1. Attending general assemblies, board of directors meetings, executive committee and individual technical committee meetings. 
2. R.O.C. nationals holding important positions in international sports organizations attending duty-related meetings at invitation.
3. Attending other important international conferences in relevance to international sports organizations.
1. Transportation: Round-trip economy class airfare is covered for the shortest distance, but those approved by the SA on special case basis are eligible for round-trip business class airfare. 
2. Room and board:
(1) Each person can receive up to NT$3,000/day from the opening day to closing ceremony.
(2) Subsidies for attending events where organizers provide meals or accommodation can be disbursed as follows:
a. For events where organizers provide meals but no accommodation, each person can receive up to NT$1,800/day.
b. For events where organizers provide accommodation but no meals, each person can receive up to NT$1,200/day.
c. For events where organizers provide both room and board, each person can receive up to NT$300/day.
(3) Each person can receive up to NT$1,500/day if arriving one day before the opening day or leaving one day after the closing ceremony.
3. Processing Fees (including fees from obtaining travel documents and insurance): Each person can receive up to NT$3,000. Insurance must cover policies of NT$3 million/person with policy receipts shown to collect subsidy. 
Applying organizations should submit a yearly plan summary and outlines (Appendices 2 and 9) to the SA according to Article 14. Following information must also be submitted for review two months prior to leaving the country:
1. A yearly plan summary approved by the SA.
2. Invitations from the organizers (including event schedule, room and board, transportation and number of participants).
3. A list of representatives attending the event.
4. Budget.
5. Other documents stipulated by the SA.
1. Only one person can be subsidized per event in principle.
2. Subsidies to attend board meetings, member meetings, executive committee and technical committee meetings are limited to those qualified to attend. If one of the events above and the general assembly take place at the same time, event delegates should also attend the general assembly. 
3. Delegates to the meetings are not eligible for additional subsidies if serving as a delegation staff member in the sports games held in conjunction with the event.
4. Subsidy recipients must submit a report (Appendix 10) to the SA along with original receipts and documentation within a month after the event concludes for reimbursement.
6 CTOC-recognized national sports organizations as official members of international sports organizations, whose affiliated international or Asian sports organizations, recognized by SportAccord (formerly known as the General Association of International Sports Federations) or the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA), have R.O.C nationals serving as presidents or secretary-generals as well as headquarters or secretariats in Taiwan. 1. For sports announced by the International Olympic Committee as part of the official program in the most recent Games or the next Games, national sports organizations whose affiliated international federations (IFs) meet the criteria above can receive up to NT$2 million/year, and those whose Asian sports federation meet the criteria above for up to NT$1 million/year.
2. For sports included in the official program in the most recent Asian Games or the next Games, national sports organizations whose affiliated IFs meet the criteria above can receive up to NT$1 million/year, and those whose Asian sports federation meet the criteria above for up to NT$500,000/year.
3. For other sports or those approved by the SA on a special case basis, national sports organizations whose affiliated IFs meet the criteria above can receive up to NT$500,000/year, and those whose Asian sports federations meet the criteria above for up to NT$300,000.
4. If R.O.C nationals are elected in the international sports organizations during the year to the positions eligible for subsidies, pro-rated subsidies for the remainder of the year are given, beginning the month elected, if there is a surplus in the SA annual funding. Full subsidies begin in the following year. 
5. The scope and purpose of the subsidies are limited to duty-related expenses as the presidents or secretary-generals in international sports organizations, such as expenses for mails and utilities, office supplies, printing, public relations and international transportation. The amount spent on any item above cannot exceed 30% of the approved funding, but this restriction does not apply to overseas transportation expenses. 
The elected persons should fill out the following forms, which are to be submitted by the applying organization to the SA for review:
1. Information forms of R.O.C nationals serving important positions in international sports organizations (Appendices 11 and 12).
2. Documents as proof of being elected to the positions.
3. A yearly plan summary approved by the SA.
4. Other information or documents stipulated by the SA.
 
7 Sports teams from schools of all levels are eligible for subsidies based on the Regulations if finishing in the top three places in the most recent national sports games held by national sports organizations and then being recommended by national sports organizations to participate in international division and age group sports games.The scope of “international division and age group sports events” is as follows:
1. Division and age group sports events hosted by national sports organizations of individual countries for senior youth, youth and junior with five or more countries or territories participating. But it does not include participating senior youth, youth and junior championships held by IFs as national delegations.
2. Other sports events approved by the SA.
Teams Regions Finishing places in the most recent national sports games held by national sports organizations
First Second Third
Central America,
South
America,
and Africa
NT$10,000/person
(Up to a maximum of NT$200,000)
NT$8,000/person
(Up to a maximum of NT$150,000)
NT$6,000/person
(Up to a maximum of NT$100,000)
Middle East, West Asia, U.S./Canada, and Europe NT$10,000/person
(Up to a maximum of NT$200,000)
NT$8,000/person
(Up to a maximum of NT$150,000)
NT$6,000/person
(Up to a maximum of NT$100,000)
New Zealand, Australia, and Oceania NT$10,000/person
(Up to a maximum of NT$200,000)
NT$8,000/person
(Up to a maximum of NT$150,000)
NT$6,000/person
(Up to a maximum of NT$100,000)
Southeast Asia, Northeast Asia, and China NT$8,000/person
(Up to a maximum of NT$150,000)
NT$5,000/person
(Up to a maximum of NT$100,000)
NT$4,000/person
(Up to a maximum of NT$80,000)
Hong Kong, Macau, and
Okinawa
NT$5,000/person
(Up to a maximum of NT$100,000)
NT$3,000/person
(Up to a maximum of NT$50,000)
NT$2,000/person
(Up to a maximum of NT$40,000)
Public junior high and elementary schools should submit applications to the SA through the county or city governments. National schools or other schools should apply to the SA directly. The application must be submitted to the SA two weeks before the events and include the following documents:
1. Approval by the official authorities to go abroad.
2. A list of athletes and staff.
3. Invitations.
4. Budget (including funding sources) and relevant information.
5. An application form (Appendix 13).
6. Proof of finishing places in the games (including final standings).
7. Proof of participation from five countries.
8. Itinerary.
9. Other documents stipulated by the SA.
1. Individual teams from any school can only be subsidized once a year.
2. The number of people subsidized per event (including athletes and staff) cannot exceed the number of people allowed to register as stipulated in the event’s rules. For events that do not specify the number of people allowed to register, subsidy application must be submitted to the SA based on the actual number of participating athletes, with the number of accompanying staff to be of proportion accordingly.
3. Groups consisting of athletes of mixed ages and divisions under SA authorization should apply for subsidies on a special case bases for participating international division and age group sports games. Applicants who do not submit applications by the stipulated deadline will not be subsidized by the SA.
8 Paper presentation at international sports academic conferences organized or authorized by International sports organizations with the following presenters:
(1) Physical education teachers or coaches at schools of all levels.
(2) Graduate students in physical education colleges or departments.
(3) Administrative personnel or members of registered national sports organizations.
(4) Head coaches, coaches, or coach staff in Taiwan delegations (including training team) in the Olympic Games, Asian Games, East Asian Games, World Games, Universiade, Paralympic Games, Deaflympic Games, Special Olympic Games, Asian Paralympic Games, and the Asia Pacific Games for the Deaf.
(5) Other scholars and experts who have previously presented relevant academic papers on sports (proof required)
2.Attending international sports conferences organized or authorized by international sports organizations and serving as keynote speakers, hosts, or discussion leaders.
3.Attending duty-related conferences at invitations as the presidents, vice presidents, secretary-generals, deputy secretary-generals, or executive members of international sports institutes.
1. Oral presentation: Each person is subsidized for full round-trip economy class airfare covering the shortest distance with additional NT$1,500/day for living expenses during the conference. But total amount subsidized should not exceed the maximum subsidy determined by the SA.
2. Poster presentation: Each person is subsidized for half of round-trip economy class airfare covering the shortest distance. But total amount subsidized should not exceed the maximum subsidy determined by the SA.
3. Those invited to attend conferences as keynote speakers, hosts or discussion leaders or to attend duty-related conferences held by international sports institutes are eligible for subsidies on oral presentation standards if conferences do not provide stipends.
4. Those traveling to mainland China to attend international sports conferences can receive subsidies accordingly.
Application should be submitted one month before the international sports conference is held through affiliated schools or organizations, including the following documents:
1. An application form and statement of recognizance required by the SA (see Appendix 14).
2. Invitations, acceptance letter of paper presentation from the organizers, proof of ones’ positions, and other relevant documents.
3. An abstract and full-text copy of the presented paper.
4. Conference agenda or seminar contents.
5. Other documents stipulated by the SA.
1. SA does not grant duplicate subsidies to applicants who already received stipends from the organizers, other government agencies or organizations. 
2. Each individual in principle can only receive subsidies once per fiscal year. Only one person can be subsidized per paper.
3. Applicants should prepare the following documents within one month after the conclusion of the international sports conference (before the end of the fiscal year if the conference ends Dec. 1st or after):
1. Receipts signed by the affiliated schools or organizations (with bank account name and number).
2. Original expense vouchers, which should be reviewed first by the directors and accounting personnel of affiliated organizations or schools.
a. For airfare reimbursement, ticket stubs, collection and payment receipts from travel agency and boarding passes must be submitted.
b. For living expense reimbursement, an overseas traveling expense report must be submitted.
3. A conference report that includes conference background and history, agenda and topics, list of participating countries and territories, number of attendees, contact information of conference organizer or promoter, paper presentation and exchanges between participating scholars, thoughts from the experience, suggestions, future prospects, date and location of the next conference, etc.
4. If the SA believes supplemental information or documents are needed after reviewing submitted receipts, vouchers and report, applicants will be notified to make revisions and submit additional documents within two weeks for second review and fund remittance. For those who fail to meet the deadline or show improvements in revisions or additional documents submitted, the SA can rescind part or all of the subsidies depending on the severity of the circumstances.
9 Subsidy applications in conjunction with major annual international sports policies and approved by the SA on special case basis. Subsidy is to be determined by the SA.    

Appendix 2

(Organization Name)    
20○○ Plan Summary    
Number Date Location Event Name 
(Chinese/English)
Organizer(s) Estimated Number of Participants Budget
(NTD)
Notes
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
               
Total  
Promoter   Secretary-general   Director-general    
Date:  

Appendix 3

(Organization Name)    
20○○ International Sports Games Organizing Outlines    
Priority Date Location Event Name (Chinese/English) Organizer(s) Nature of Event Estimated Number of Participants (including players, staff and referees) Budget Subsidy Application
(NTD)
Suggestions/Comments
Room and Board Transportation Insurance Total  
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
Applicant (Signature and Seal)   Secretary-general (Signature and Seal)   Director-general (Signature and Seal)    
Date:  
Notes:
1. Applications should be calculated in reference to regulations regarding the amount of subsidies for hosting international sports games.
2. Events should be written in full names in Chinese and English. Date, location, and number of participants (including players, staff and referees) must all be filled out in full detail (please clearly note the undetermined dates and locations).

Director-general (Signature and Seal):

Secretary-general (Signature and Seal):

Applicant (Signature and Seal):

Date:

Appendix 4

(Organization Name)
ternational Sports Games Host Plan
Document Number:
Event Name:
Event Date:
Event Location:
Host Organization
Contractor Host Organization:
Co-Host Organization:
Sponsors:
Background: The Games was first held in ____ and takes place once every ____ years. This event marks the ____ time the Games has taken place. Taiwan has hosted the ____ Games.
Other background information:
Name for Taiwan Delegation:
Number of Taiwan Teams and Delegation Members:
Delegation Selection Method:
Assessment Points:
Recourses Provided by Local Governments in the Host City:
Host City Climate, Anticipated Weather During Event, Peripheral Environment and Safety Assessment:
Overall Funds Needed and Percentage of Raised Funds:
Revenue Received from International Sports Organizations or Participating Teams:
Facility Conditions of Sites (Competition Sites, Practice Sites, Athletes Village) and of Equipment (Requiring Constructions, Renovations, Repairs, or Additional Purchases):
Capabilities and Manpower of the Organizing Committee:
Pertinent Regulations (Name, Flag, Anthem):
Previous Two Games (Including Dates, Locations, and Number of Participating Countries and Athletes):
Taiwan Delegation Assessment (Overall Performance in the Last Two Games and Projected Results in the Upcoming Games):
Estimated Number of Invited Countries and List of Said Countries:
Level of Support from International Sports Organizations and other Countries for Taiwan Hosting of the Games:
Host Organization’s Obligations toward the International Sports Organizations (Rights Fees, etc):
Current Number of Taiwan’s International-Caliber Referees and Number of Referees Required for the Games:
Estimated Preparation Time:     Deadline to Submit Bid Application:

* In accordance with Article 5 of the International Sports Exchange Promotion Regulations, all national sports organizations that seek to host international-scale sporting events or invitation games should only begin bidding to the pertinent international sports organizations or issuing invitations after receiving approval from the SA.

Applicants (Signature and Seal):

Secretary-general (Signature and Seal):

Director-general (Signature and Seal):
Date:

Appendix 5

(Organization Name)
20○○ International Invitation Games Host Plan
Document Number:
Event Name:
Event Date:
Event Location:
Host Organization
Contractor Host Organization:
Co-Host Organization:
Sponsors:
Background: The Games was first held in ____ and takes place once every ____ years. This event marks the ____ time the Games has taken place. Taiwan has hosted the ____ Games.
Other background information:
Name for Taiwan Delegation:
Number of Taiwan Teams and Delegation Members:
Delegation Selection Method:
Assessment Points:
Recourses Provided by Local Governments in the Host City:
Host City Climate, Anticipated Weather During the Event, Peripheral Environment and Safety Assessment:
Overall Funds Needed and Percentage of Raised Funds:
Revenue Received from International Sports Organizations or Participating Teams:
Facility Conditions of Sites (Competition Sites, Practice Sites, Athletes Village) and of Equipment (Requiring Constructions, Renovations, Repairs, or Additional Purchases):
Capabilities and Manpower of the Organizing Committee:
Pertinent Regulations (Name, Flag, Anthem):
Previous Two Games (Including Dates, Locations, and Number of Participating Countries and Athletes):
Taiwan Delegation Assessment (Overall Performance in the Last Two Games and Projected Results in the Upcoming Games):
Estimated Number of Invited Countries and List of Said Countries:
Level of Support from International Sports Organizations and other Countries for Taiwan Hosting of the Games:
Host Organization’s Obligations toward the International Sports Organizations (Rights Fees, etc):
Current Number of Taiwan’s International-Caliber Referees and Number of Referees Required for the Games:
Estimated Preparation Time:

* In accordance with Article 5 of the International Sports Exchange Promotion Regulations, all national sports organizations that seek to host international-scale sporting events or invitation games should only begin bidding to the pertinent international sports organizations or issuing invitations after receiving approval from the SA.

Applicants (Signature and Seal):

Secretary-general (Signature and Seal):

Director-general (Signature and Seal):
Date:

Appendix 6

(Organization Name)  
20○○ (International Sports Games) Hosting Report  
Event Name Chinese:
  English:
Event Location  
Event Date From                              to
Total Number of Member Nations in the International Sports Organization:  
Number of Participating Countries and People  
Taiwan Delegation Performance Results  
Reported Budget: (NTD) $  
Amount of Verified Deducted Funds: (NTD) $  
Main Competition Events (Attached with Official Program)  
Applicant (Signature and Seal)   Secretary-general (Signature and Seal)   Director-general (Signature and Seal)  
Date:  

Appendix 7

(Organization Name)  
20○○ International Sports Conference Organizing Outlines  
(From  -  )  
Date Location Conference Name (Chinese/English) Organizer(s) Number of Member Nations Number of Participants Subsidies Applied for (NTD) Suggestions/Comments
               
               
               
               
               
               
Total              
Applicant (Signature and Seal)   Secretary-general (Signature and Seal)   Director-general (Signature and Seal)    
Date:  
Suggestions/Comments  
Notes:
1. Please refer to the SA regulations regarding hosting international sports conferences or inviting overseas guests for subsidy budget guidelines.
2. Conferences should be written in full names in Chinese and English. Date, location, and number of participants (including players, staff and referees) must all be filled out in full detail (please clearly note the undetermined dates and locations).

Appendix 8

(Organization Name)  
20○○ Overseas Guest Invitation Outlines  
(From      -     )  
Date   Total  
Location  
Name and Title of Overseas Guest  
Organizer(s)  
Subsidies Applied for (NTD) Airfare  
Room and Board  
Domestic Transportation  
Total  
Applicant (Signature and Seal)   Secretary-general (Signature and Seal)   Director-general (Signature and Seal)  
Date:  
Suggestions/Comments  
Notes:
1. Please refer to the SA regulations regarding the invitation of overseas guests for subsidy budget guidelines.
2. Conferences should be written in full names in Chinese and English. Date, location, and number of participants (including players, staff and referees) must all be filled out in full detail (please clearly note the undetermined dates and locations).

Appendix 9

(Organization Name)
20○○ International Sports Conference Attendance Outlines
(From    -       )  
Date   Total  
Location  
Conference Name (Chinese/English)  
Organizer(s)  
Subsidies Applied for (NTD) Airfare  
Room and Board  
Miscellaneous (Processing Fees, etc)  
Total  
Applicant (Signature and Seal)   Secretary-general (Signature and Seal)   Director-general (Signature and Seal)  
Date:  
Suggestions/Comments  
Notes:
1. Please refer to the SA regulations regarding the attendance of international conferences for subsidy budget guidelines.
2. Conferences should be written in full names in Chinese and English. Date, location, and number of participants (including players, staff and referees) must all be filled out in full detail (please clearly note the undetermined dates and locations).

Appendix 10

(Organization Name) 20○○ Conference Report
Chinese:  
  English:  
Conference Location  
Conference Date From to
Departure and Return Date Departure:
Return:
Names of the Attending Representatives    
Total Number of Member Nations:  
Number of Attending Member Nations:  
Reported Budget: (NTD) $                                       
Amount of Verified Deducted Funds: (NTD) $
(Filled by Chinese Taipei Olympic Committee)
 
Conference Discussion Topics and Resolutions Reached (Attached with Conference Agenda):  
Applicant (Signature and Seal)   Secretary-general (Signature and Seal)   Director-general ( Signature and Seal )  
Date:  

Appendix 11

(Organization Name)  
20○○ Information of R.O.C Nationals Holding Important Positions in International Sports Organizations  
Name  
Sports Organization Name (Chinese)  
Sports Organization Name (English)  
Position Title (Chinese)  
Position Title (English)  
Starting and Ending Dates of Position Held  
Current Position  
Contact Number  
Applicant (Signature and Seal)   Secretary-general (Signature and Seal)   Director-general (Signature and Seal)  
Date:  

Appendix 12

(Organization Name)  
20○○ Information of R.O.C Nationals Holding Important Positions in International Sports Organizations Having Headquarters or Secretariats in Taiwan  
Name  
Sports Organization Name (Chinese)  
Sports Organization Name (English)  
Position Title (Chinese)  
Position Title (English)  
Starting and Ending Dates of Position Held  
Current Position  
Fund Requirements  
Suggestions/Comments  
Notes:
1. Eligible subsidy applicants are presidents or secretary-generals of international sports organizations headquartered in Taiwan.
2. Subsidies are limited to the use of mails and utilities, office supplies, printing, public relations, domestic and international travel as well as other pertinent business expenses.
 
Applicant (Signature and Seal)   Secretary-general (Signature and Seal)   Director-general (Signature and Seal)  
Date:  

Appendix 13

sports administration, Executive Yuan
Subsidy Application Form for Participating 20○○ International Division and Age Group Sports Games
 
Applying Organization   Director Name  
Address   Position    
Promoter Name   Phone Number  
Position   Fax Number  
Sporting Event Name  
Date  
Location  
Host Organization  
Content and Itinerary  
Anticipated Results  
Attached Information  
Statement of Recognizance If the agenda and itinerary reported does not exactly take place as arranged by the organizers, the applying organization will return all subsidies received from the SA.
Total Budget (NTD) $ Funds Raised Independently (NTD) $  
Applying Organization
Official Seal
  Director (Signature and Seal)    
Date:  

Appendix 14

sports administration, Executive Yuan
Subsidy Application Form for Scholars and Experts Attending 20○○ International Conferences
 
Applicant’s Name   Name of Affiliated Organization or School  
Address   Phone Number  
Conference Location Country   Host Organization  
City   Co-host Organization  
Conference Name  
Conference Date  
Conference Content  
Attached Information  
Total Budget (NTD) $
Funds Raised Independently (NTD) $
Statement of Recognizance 1. Applicant has not applied for subsidies from another organization to present the same paper at an international conference.
2. No co-authors have applied for subsidies from another organization to present the same paper at an international conference.
3. Affiliated organization or school consents to the applicant’s attendance at the international conference.
4. The sports administration (SA) has the right to compile or quote the papers, abstracts, or relevant research literature of applicants approved for subsidies to attend international conferences.
Applicant
(Signature and Seal)
 
Applying Organization
Official Seal
  Director (Signature and Seal)  
Date:  

Paper abstracts should be sent by e-mail to the SA at z008@mail.sa.gov.tw