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Winston Wen-yi Chen

Winston Wen-yi Chen is the representative of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Canada. 

Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | August 24, 2022
Representative Winston Wen-yi Chen speaks at the Taiwan National Day reception on Oct. 6, 2021, at the Chateau Laurier. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | August 24, 2022
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | August 24, 2022
Representative Winston Wen-yi Chen speaks at the Taiwan National Day reception on Oct. 6, 2021, at the Chateau Laurier. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | April 20, 2022
Winston Wen-yi Chen, Taipei's representative to Canada, pictured, writes that solidarity is key when considering the challenges facing the front line of rules-based international order The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | April 20, 2022
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | April 20, 2022
Winston Wen-yi Chen, Taipei's representative to Canada, pictured, writes that solidarity is key when considering the challenges facing the front line of rules-based international order The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | February 9, 2022
International Trade Minister Mary Ng is pictured in the West Block on Nov. 16, 2021. Canada has always placed emphasis on its inclusive approach to trade. Expanding the CPTPP is consistent with that approach, writes Winston Wen-yi Chen. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | February 9, 2022
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | February 9, 2022
International Trade Minister Mary Ng is pictured in the West Block on Nov. 16, 2021. Canada has always placed emphasis on its inclusive approach to trade. Expanding the CPTPP is consistent with that approach, writes Winston Wen-yi Chen. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | November 24, 2021
Interpol is only as effective as it is truly international. So long as gaps exist, so long as information is left unshared and states remain siloed, there will always be potential targets for cybercriminals to exploit, writes Taiwan Representative Winston Wen-yi Chen. Pixabay photograph by Pete Linforth
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | November 24, 2021
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | November 24, 2021
Interpol is only as effective as it is truly international. So long as gaps exist, so long as information is left unshared and states remain siloed, there will always be potential targets for cybercriminals to exploit, writes Taiwan Representative Winston Wen-yi Chen. Pixabay photograph by Pete Linforth
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | October 11, 2021
Taiwan and Canada are ‘natural partners,’ writes Representative Winston Wen-yi Chen, who says that partnership should include support for Taiwan’s accession to the CPTPP. Photograph courtesy of Flickr and The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | October 11, 2021
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | October 11, 2021
Taiwan and Canada are ‘natural partners,’ writes Representative Winston Wen-yi Chen, who says that partnership should include support for Taiwan’s accession to the CPTPP. Photograph courtesy of Flickr and The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
If international institutions are perceived as political arms of certain countries, directed at accomplishing political ends rather than prioritizing their stated mandates, they will lose trust among member states, write Sen. Michael MacDonald and Representative Winston Wen-yi Chen. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
If international institutions are perceived as political arms of certain countries, directed at accomplishing political ends rather than prioritizing their stated mandates, they will lose trust among member states, write Sen. Michael MacDonald and Representative Winston Wen-yi Chen. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | April 8, 2021
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has also been consistent and clear in his support for Taiwan’s participation in the WHA, noting that ‘we believe that Taiwan’s role as an observer in World Health Assembly meetings is in the best interest of the international health community,’ writes Representative Winston Wen-yi Chen. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | April 8, 2021
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | April 8, 2021
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has also been consistent and clear in his support for Taiwan’s participation in the WHA, noting that ‘we believe that Taiwan’s role as an observer in World Health Assembly meetings is in the best interest of the international health community,’ writes Representative Winston Wen-yi Chen. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | February 24, 2021
No matter how effective individual countries like Canada may be at tackling climate change, there will be no effective solution without global co-operation, writes Taiwan Representative Winston Wen-yi Chen. Pexels photograph by Valentin Antonucci
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | February 24, 2021
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | February 24, 2021
No matter how effective individual countries like Canada may be at tackling climate change, there will be no effective solution without global co-operation, writes Taiwan Representative Winston Wen-yi Chen. Pexels photograph by Valentin Antonucci
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | January 27, 2021
Canada’s former foreign minister François-Philippe Champagne, left, issued a strong rebuke of the crackdown, Conservative Party critic for foreign affairs Michael Chong rebuked the mass arrests and urged further actions, and U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has also stated that the Biden-Harris administration will ‘stand with the people of Hong Kong and against Beijing’s crackdown on democracy.’ The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade, The Hill Times file photograph, and photograph courtesy of the U.S. State Department
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | January 27, 2021
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | January 27, 2021
Canada’s former foreign minister François-Philippe Champagne, left, issued a strong rebuke of the crackdown, Conservative Party critic for foreign affairs Michael Chong rebuked the mass arrests and urged further actions, and U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has also stated that the Biden-Harris administration will ‘stand with the people of Hong Kong and against Beijing’s crackdown on democracy.’ The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade, The Hill Times file photograph, and photograph courtesy of the U.S. State Department
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | September 23, 2020
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is pictured delivering remarks at the United Nations in 2016. While Taiwan is eager to advance a world order that is supported by strong international institutions, the People’s Republic of China continues to use coercion to block Taiwan’s meaningful inclusion in the UN system, writes Winston Wen-yi Chen. Photograph courtesy of Adam Scotti/PMO
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | September 23, 2020
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | September 23, 2020
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is pictured delivering remarks at the United Nations in 2016. While Taiwan is eager to advance a world order that is supported by strong international institutions, the People’s Republic of China continues to use coercion to block Taiwan’s meaningful inclusion in the UN system, writes Winston Wen-yi Chen. Photograph courtesy of Adam Scotti/PMO
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | August 17, 2020
Taiwanese Representative Winston Wen-yi Chen, left, and Prof. Charles Burton, presented during a Jan. 29 roundtable organized by the Macdonald-Laurier Institute to discuss the January 2020 Taiwan election Photograph courtesy of the Macdonald-Laurier Institute
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | August 17, 2020
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | August 17, 2020
Taiwanese Representative Winston Wen-yi Chen, left, and Prof. Charles Burton, presented during a Jan. 29 roundtable organized by the Macdonald-Laurier Institute to discuss the January 2020 Taiwan election Photograph courtesy of the Macdonald-Laurier Institute
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | July 27, 2020
China’s use of authoritarian rule to trample on democracy and human rights proves that autocracy and democracy are incompatible, and if left unabated, China is on a path toward an inevitable ideological clash with the free world, writes Taiwan Representative Winston Wen-yi Chen. Flickr photograph by renfeng tang
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | July 27, 2020
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | July 27, 2020
China’s use of authoritarian rule to trample on democracy and human rights proves that autocracy and democracy are incompatible, and if left unabated, China is on a path toward an inevitable ideological clash with the free world, writes Taiwan Representative Winston Wen-yi Chen. Flickr photograph by renfeng tang
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | April 6, 2020
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-Wen, pictured in 2017, announced on April 1 her country would be donated 10 million face masks to countries hit hard by COVID-19. Photograph courtesy of the Office of the President, Republic of China (Taiwan)
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | April 6, 2020
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | April 6, 2020
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-Wen, pictured in 2017, announced on April 1 her country would be donated 10 million face masks to countries hit hard by COVID-19. Photograph courtesy of the Office of the President, Republic of China (Taiwan)
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | March 4, 2020
Travellers are scanned at the Pisa International Airport on Feb. 7. Many countries are reporting stark increases in coronavirus cases, and the World Health Organization is warning that the worst could be yet to come, writes Winston Wen-yi Chen. Flickr photograph courtesy of Italy’s Civil Protection Department
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | March 4, 2020
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | March 4, 2020
Travellers are scanned at the Pisa International Airport on Feb. 7. Many countries are reporting stark increases in coronavirus cases, and the World Health Organization is warning that the worst could be yet to come, writes Winston Wen-yi Chen. Flickr photograph courtesy of Italy’s Civil Protection Department
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | November 20, 2019
The 24th Session of the Conference of the Parties (COP24) took place in Katowice, Poland in December 2018. Pictured at COP24, from left to right, are: UNFCCC executive secretary Patricia Espinosa, UN Secretary-General António Guterres, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, COP24 President Michal Kurtyka, and First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon. Photograph courtesy of Flickr
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | November 20, 2019
Opinion | BY WINSTON WEN-YI CHEN | November 20, 2019
The 24th Session of the Conference of the Parties (COP24) took place in Katowice, Poland in December 2018. Pictured at COP24, from left to right, are: UNFCCC executive secretary Patricia Espinosa, UN Secretary-General António Guterres, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, COP24 President Michal Kurtyka, and First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon. Photograph courtesy of Flickr