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2023 August Special Column

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Date:2023/09/20

2023 August Special Column

(圖)The 66-memnber of the second batch Taiwan’s Chengdu 2021 delegation led by Ministry of Education Administrative Deputy Minister Lin Teng-chiao arrived at Chengdu Airport on July 25 and had a group photo taken at the airport.

The 66-memnber of the second batch Taiwan’s Chengdu 2021 delegation led by Ministry of Education Administrative Deputy Minister Lin Teng-chiao arrived at Chengdu Airport on July 25 and had a group photo taken at the airport.

(圖)Sports Administration Director General Cheng Shih-chung (4th from left) and Chinese Taipei University Sports Federation President Wang Shu-yin (3rd from left, ) went in person to Chengdu Tianfu Airport to meet the second batch of Taiwans's Chengdu 2021 deleation led by Ministry of Education Administrative Dequty Minister Lin Teng-chiao(6th from left)

Sports Administration Director General Cheng Shih-chung (4th from left) and Chinese Taipei University Sports Federation President Wang Shu-yin (3rd from left, ) went in person to Chengdu Tianfu Airport to meet the second batch of Taiwans's Chengdu 2021 deleation led by Ministry of Education Administrative Dequty Minister Lin Teng-chiao(6th from left)

(圖)The 66-member of the second batch Taiwan’s delegation for Chengdu 2021 arrived in Chengdu on July 25 judo player Yang Yung-wei (left2, front row) and other team members share a scene in Business Class on flight. (provide by Yang Yung-Wei)

The 66-member of the second batch Taiwan’s delegation for Chengdu 2021 arrived in Chengdu on July 25 judo player Yang Yung-wei (left2, front row) and other team members share a scene in Business Class on flight. (provide by Yang Yung-Wei)

(圖)President Tsai Ing-wen (left) presented NT200,000 in cash for food allowances at the flag awarding ceremony for the 2021 Chengdu World University Games to athlete representative gymnast Lee Chih-kai (right).

President Tsai Ing-wen (left) presented NT200,000 in cash for food allowances at the flag awarding ceremony for the 2021 Chengdu World University Games to athlete representative gymnast Lee Chih-kai (right).

(圖)President Tsai Ing-wen (middle), pictured with members of Taiwan’s delegation at the flag awarding ceremony for the 2021 Chengdu World University Games (7th from left front row is Minister of Education Pan Wen-chung, 4th from left is Sports Administration Director -General Cheng Shih-chung and 5th from right is Chinese Taipei University Sports Federation Presideent Wang Shu-yin).

President Tsai Ing-wen (middle), pictured with members of Taiwan’s delegation at the flag awarding ceremony for the 2021 Chengdu World University Games (7th from left front row is Minister of Education Pan Wen-chung, 4th from left is Sports Administration Director -General Cheng Shih-chung and 5th from right is Chinese Taipei University Sports Federation Presideent Wang Shu-yin).

(圖)Accompanied by Minister of Education Pan Wen-chung (left 2, front row) and Sports Administration Director-General Cheng Shih-chung(left 1, front row), Premier Chen Chien-jen (right2, front row), visited the various venues of the National Sports Training Center and preparatory support situation for FISU World University Games and Asian Games athletes.

Accompanied by Minister of Education Pan Wen-chung (left 2, front row) and Sports Administration Director-General Cheng Shih-chung(left 1, front row), Premier Chen Chien-jen (right2, front row), visited the various venues of the National Sports Training Center and preparatory support situation for FISU World University Games and Asian Games athletes.

(圖)Sports Administration Director General Cheng Shih-chung (right) visited Palau President Surangel S. Whipps Jr (left) and expressed the hope of bilateral sports exchange and cooperation can be enhanced they were accompanied by Taiwan's ambassador to Palau Jessica Chienvi Lee(2nd from right),President of the Palau National Olympic Committee Frank Kyota (2nd from left),Secretary General Baklai Temengial(right)and Prof.Peng Yi-kun of Shu-Te University(left)

Sports Administration Director General Cheng Shih-chung (right) visited Palau President Surangel S. Whipps Jr (left) and expressed the hope of bilateral sports exchange and cooperation can be enhanced they were accompanied by Taiwan's ambassador to Palau Jessica Chienvi Lee(2nd from right),President of the Palau National Olympic Committee Frank Kyota (2nd from left),Secretary General Baklai Temengial(right)and Prof.Peng Yi-kun of Shu-Te University(left)

(圖)Sports Administration Director General Cheng Shih-chung (left, front row) visited President of the Palau National Olympic Committee Frank Kyota (middle, front row) and pictured with members of the Executive Committee.

Sports Administration Director General Cheng Shih-chung (left, front row) visited President of the Palau National Olympic Committee Frank Kyota (middle, front row) and pictured with members of the Executive Committee.

(圖)Sports Administration Director-General Cheng Shih-chung (right) visited Palau President Surangel S. Whipps Jr. (left) and expressed the hope of bilateral sports exchange and cooperation can be enhanced.

Sports Administration Director-General Cheng Shih-chung (right) visited Palau President Surangel S. Whipps Jr. (left) and expressed the hope of bilateral sports exchange and cooperation can be enhanced.

(圖)Sports Administration International and Cross-Strait Sports Division Deputy Head Yang Chu-yu (left) presented the flag of the ROC to a representative of Taiwan’s team for the 4th World Deaf Table Tennis Championship and 1st World Deaf Youth Table Tennis Championship.

Sports Administration International and Cross-Strait Sports Division Deputy Head Yang Chu-yu (left) presented the flag of the ROC to a representative of Taiwan’s team for the 4th World Deaf Table Tennis Championship and 1st World Deaf Youth Table Tennis Championship.

(圖)Sports Administration Sports for All Division Senior Executive Officer Wang Fei-fan (left) presented the flag of the Chinese Taipei Deaf Sports Federation to a representative of Taiwan’s team for the 4th World Deaf Table Tennis Championship and 1st World Deaf Youth Table Tennis Championship.

Sports Administration Sports for All Division Senior Executive Officer Wang Fei-fan (left) presented the flag of the Chinese Taipei Deaf Sports Federation to a representative of Taiwan’s team for the 4th World Deaf Table Tennis Championship and 1st World Deaf Youth Table Tennis Championship.

(圖)Taiwan’s players bagged one gold, one silver and one bronze at the 4th World Deaf Table Tennis Championship and 1st World Deaf Youth Table Tennis Championship, achieved the best results for the men’s and women’s teams in recent years.

Taiwan’s players bagged one gold, one silver and one bronze at the 4th World Deaf Table Tennis Championship and 1st World Deaf Youth Table Tennis Championship, achieved the best results for the men’s and women’s teams in recent years.

(圖)Sports Administration Director-General Cheng Shih-chung (middle) visited the headquarters and Medical Room of Taiwan’s Chengdu 2021 delegation.

Sports Administration Director-General Cheng Shih-chung (middle) visited the headquarters and Medical Room of Taiwan’s Chengdu 2021 delegation.

(圖)Taiwan’s men’s team took gold at the 4th World Deaf Table Tennis Championship (from left coach Hsu Chan-ming, players Wang Yi-hsiang, Lu Shih-chieh, Kuo Yueh-tung, Yang Jung-tsung).

Taiwan’s men’s team took gold at the 4th World Deaf Table Tennis Championship (from left coach Hsu Chan-ming, players Wang Yi-hsiang, Lu Shih-chieh, Kuo Yueh-tung, Yang Jung-tsung).

(圖)Taiwan’s mixed team won a bronze medal at the 2023 World Deaf Badminton Championships

Taiwan’s mixed team won a bronze medal at the 2023 World Deaf Badminton Championships

(圖)Taiwan’s players bagged one gold, one silver and one bronze at the 4th World Deaf Table Tennis Championship and 1st World Deaf Youth Table Tennis Championship.

Taiwan’s players bagged one gold, one silver and one bronze at the 4th World Deaf Table Tennis Championship and 1st World Deaf Youth Table Tennis Championship.

(圖)Taiwan’s team won four gold, four silver and seven bronze at the 2023 ITTF New Taipei Para Open

Taiwan’s team won four gold, four silver and seven bronze at the 2023 ITTF New Taipei Para Open

(圖)The 66-memnber of the second batch Taiwan’s Chengdu 2021 delegation led by Ministry of Education Administrative Deputy Minister Lin Teng-chiao arrived at Chengdu Airport on July 25 and had a group photo taken at the airport.
(圖)Sports Administration Director General Cheng Shih-chung (4th from left) and Chinese Taipei University Sports Federation President Wang Shu-yin (3rd from left, ) went in person to Chengdu Tianfu Airport to meet the second batch of Taiwans's Chengdu 2021 deleation led by Ministry of Education Administrative Dequty Minister Lin Teng-chiao(6th from left)
(圖)The 66-member of the second batch Taiwan’s delegation for Chengdu 2021 arrived in Chengdu on July 25 judo player Yang Yung-wei (left2, front row) and other team members share a scene in Business Class on flight. (provide by Yang Yung-Wei)
(圖)President Tsai Ing-wen (left) presented NT200,000 in cash for food allowances at the flag awarding ceremony for the 2021 Chengdu World University Games to athlete representative gymnast Lee Chih-kai (right).
(圖)President Tsai Ing-wen (middle), pictured with members of Taiwan’s delegation at the flag awarding ceremony for the 2021 Chengdu World University Games (7th from left front row is Minister of Education Pan Wen-chung, 4th from left is Sports Administration Director -General Cheng Shih-chung and 5th from right is Chinese Taipei University Sports Federation Presideent Wang Shu-yin).
(圖)Accompanied by Minister of Education Pan Wen-chung (left 2, front row) and Sports Administration Director-General Cheng Shih-chung(left 1, front row), Premier Chen Chien-jen (right2, front row), visited the various venues of the National Sports Training Center and preparatory support situation for FISU World University Games and Asian Games athletes.
(圖)Sports Administration Director General Cheng Shih-chung (right) visited Palau President Surangel S. Whipps Jr (left) and expressed the hope of bilateral sports exchange and cooperation can be enhanced they were accompanied by Taiwan's ambassador to Palau Jessica Chienvi Lee(2nd from right),President of the Palau National Olympic Committee Frank Kyota (2nd from left),Secretary General Baklai Temengial(right)and Prof.Peng Yi-kun of Shu-Te University(left)
(圖)Sports Administration Director General Cheng Shih-chung (left, front row) visited President of the Palau National Olympic Committee Frank Kyota (middle, front row) and pictured with members of the Executive Committee.
(圖)Sports Administration Director-General Cheng Shih-chung (right) visited Palau President Surangel S. Whipps Jr. (left) and expressed the hope of bilateral sports exchange and cooperation can be enhanced.
(圖)Sports Administration International and Cross-Strait Sports Division Deputy Head Yang Chu-yu (left) presented the flag of the ROC to a representative of Taiwan’s team for the 4th World Deaf Table Tennis Championship and 1st World Deaf Youth Table Tennis Championship.
(圖)Sports Administration Sports for All Division Senior Executive Officer Wang Fei-fan (left) presented the flag of the Chinese Taipei Deaf Sports Federation to a representative of Taiwan’s team for the 4th World Deaf Table Tennis Championship and 1st World Deaf Youth Table Tennis Championship.
(圖)Taiwan’s players bagged one gold, one silver and one bronze at the 4th World Deaf Table Tennis Championship and 1st World Deaf Youth Table Tennis Championship, achieved the best results for the men’s and women’s teams in recent years.
(圖)Sports Administration Director-General Cheng Shih-chung (middle) visited the headquarters and Medical Room of Taiwan’s Chengdu 2021 delegation.
(圖)Taiwan’s men’s team took gold at the 4th World Deaf Table Tennis Championship (from left coach Hsu Chan-ming, players Wang Yi-hsiang, Lu Shih-chieh, Kuo Yueh-tung, Yang Jung-tsung).
(圖)Taiwan’s mixed team won a bronze medal at the 2023 World Deaf Badminton Championships
(圖)Taiwan’s players bagged one gold, one silver and one bronze at the 4th World Deaf Table Tennis Championship and 1st World Deaf Youth Table Tennis Championship.
(圖)Taiwan’s team won four gold, four silver and seven bronze at the 2023 ITTF New Taipei Para Open