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Dec 6, 2016

Taiwanese Ambassador Charles Liu Visits News Five, Talks About Projects

Charles Liu

In early November, Ambassador Benjamin Ho of Taiwan completed his mission in Belize. Within days, his successor arrived in country in the name of Charles Liu.  Liu is a senior career diplomat with that country’s Foreign Affairs Ministry for almost three decades. Ambassador Liu has already hit the ground running and has handed over to the Ministry of Health, the second disbursement for the capacity building project for the prevention and control of chronic renal failure in Belize. The ambassador has already fallen in love with Belize and in a visit to News Five’s studios; Liu says that he will work towards strengthening the bond between both countries.


Charles Liu, Taiwanese Ambassador to Belize

“This is my first time to Channel Five so first of all I would like to give my best regard to all the Belizean friends here in Belize; this is the friendship from Taiwan. And since I came to assume my post as ambassadorship in Belize. The friendship between Belize and Taiwan is a long way back and my government cherish the friendship between us. And that’s why I come here; I want to work hand-in-hand with my Belizean friends. This is a lovely country; this is a beautiful country and I think I am doing to do it and I think I’m going to do it and I think we can all do it together.”


Duane Moody

“Everybody comes and makes their mark; what are your plans moving forward as ambassador during your time here?”


Charles Liu

“You know, Taiwan has been passing through the same periods as Belize right now. So, we can see that Taiwan is a modern country and while I am here, I also want to see Belize will be another Taiwan in the near future so the Belizean people can enjoy the economic prosperity and they can have good wills to support their families so that they can enjoy the same good quality of life just like in Taiwan.”

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