Introducing the Taipei Representative Office in Singapore

The Taipei Representative Office in Singapore is the Republic of China's (Taiwan) government representative office in Singapore. It is responsible for promoting Taiwan and Singapore's bilateral relations in the areas of the economy, trade, investment, the media, tourism, culture, education, and science and technology.

The Taipei Representative Office in Singapore is currently headed by Representative Francis Kuo-Hsin Liang and has four divisions. They are the Consular, Information, Economic and Tourism Divisions, each responsible for managing related aspects of the bilateral relationship and advancing mutual interests between Taiwan and Singapore.

The Consular Division issues passports to ROC citizens and visas to foreigners who wish to travel to Taiwan. The division also serves ROC nationals and overseas compatriots' communities in Singapore.

The Information Division promotes better understanding between the citizens of Taiwan and Singapore by providing general information about the island, explaining the policies of the ROC government, and sponsoring media cooperation and exchanges between the two countries.

The Economic Division promotes the economic and trade relations between Taiwan and Singapore through contacts with the government and the private sector in Singapore.

The Tourism Division provides Taiwan's tourism information and promotes Taiwan's travel programs in Singapore.