Taiwan on Friday celebrated International Migration Day, with Taiwanese President Thai Anh Van (蔡英文) expressing on social media her gratitude to all immigrant families for helping to do so. enriching the cultural diversity of the country.
In a Facebook post, the President of Taiwan pledged that the government will always work to ensure that Taiwan remains a pluralistic and inclusive society.
“Thank you all for getting ready to be a part of this great family. Taiwan is very grateful to have you. Congratulations on International Migration Day! ” Wrote the President of Taiwan.
President Taiwan’s message also includes a video introducing women from seven different Southeast Asian countries – Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Cambodia and Malaysia – who have naturalized Taiwan. Loan.
Dressed in their traditional costumes, each prominent woman was invited to say where they came from, followed by the phrase “I am Taiwanese”.
The video was produced by the Women Division of the ruling Democratic Progress Party.
The United Nations Day of International Migration is annually held on 18 December.