Representative Rong-chuan Wu briefs the Latvian Universiade delegation

On the occasion of the pre-departure press conference of Latvian delegation to the Taipei 2017 Summer Universiade, Mr. Rong-chuan Wu, Representative of Taipei Mission in the Republic of Latvia, invited by the Latvian University Sport Federation, briefed athletes and media and wished Latvian delegation a fruitful participation.

According to Prof. Agita Abele, President of the Latvian University Sport Federation, “Latvia will dispatch a largest-ever delegation to participate in the Taipei 2017 Universiade, with a total of 71 athletes from 15 universities to compete in eight sport events.”

In his briefing, Representative Wu not only elaborated progress of Taipei city’s preparation for the 2017 Universiade, also touched upon current political and economic development of Taiwan in recent years. He especially highlighted the well-established facilities in Taipei city and friendliness of people in Taiwan. Representative Wu encouraged the Latvian delegation to take the opportunity to experience Taiwan's diverse natural landscape and rich cultural heritages.

“Jump In For Taipei”, the 2017 Taipei Summer Universiade Travel Guide, together with various pamphlets including Taiwan’s Country Profile were also provided by the Taipei Mission and at the disposal of the Latvian delegation and journalists.

Representative Rong-chuan Wu briefs the Latvian Universiade delegation

(From left to right): Mr. Rong-chuan Wu (Representative of Taipei Mission in Latvia), Mr. Arturs Balodis-Rozitis (Secretary General of Council of Latvian Sport Federation), Ms. Agita Abele (President of Latvian University Sport Federation) and Mr. Zors Tikmers (Secretary General of Latvian Olympic Committee)

Representative Rong-chuan Wu briefs the Latvian Universiade delegation

Representative Wu in the Briefing

Representative Rong-chuan Wu briefs the Latvian Universiade delegation

Representative Wu in the Briefing

Representative Rong-chuan Wu briefs the Latvian Universiade delegation

Audience in the Briefing