Global Representatives Support Taiwan's Sustainability at Historic Tea Ceremony

On May 29, the Taiwan Institute for Sustainable Energy (TAISE) hosted a diplomatic tea ceremony at the historic Wistaria Tea House, drawing approximately 30 international dignitaries. Attendees included Ambassador Anjanette Kattil from the Marshall Islands, Deputy Representative Hiroyuki Okajima from the Japan-Taiwan Exchange Association, Director Claudia Fontana Tobiassen from the Swiss Business Hub, and Director Dr. Jörg Wolfram Polster from the German Institute Taipei, alongside trade officials from the UK, Australia, Sweden, Canada, and Paraguay. The event also featured Chen Cheng-chieh, Vice President of the Central News Agency, and Timothy Berge, General Manager of ICRT.

The Wistaria Tea House provided a culturally rich backdrop for the gathering. International representatives participated in traditional tea ceremonies and exchanged insights on sustainability. TAISE enlisted professional tea master’s to showcase the art of tea, enhancing cultural exchange.

As a leading NGO in sustainable energy development, TAISE has been active in Taiwan for 17 years, fostering global partnerships to achieve sustainability goals. The tea ceremony aimed to deepen international understanding of Taiwanese culture and encourage corporate leaders to engage in the Global Corporate Sustainability Awards (GCSA). The event sought to inspire broader participation in sustainable practices worldwide.


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