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2016 Send Love to Xiamen, Fuzhou and Pingtan
2016 Send Love to Xiamen, Fuzhou and Pingtan
Date: May 16-18, 2016
* Upon invitation of Fu Kun-Cheng (President, South China Sea Institute of Xiamen University), Lin Chun (President, Fujian Magical Times Cultural Group), Li Hui (Director, Publicity Division of Huaqiao University), Tan Ke-Sheng (Professor of Music), Chang Chao-Min (Party Secretary, Party Working Committee of Pingtan Comprehensive Experimental Zone), and Kuo Tsu-Jung (Godfather of Symphony in mainland China), Chou Ta-Kuan Foundation held exchanges with them.
1. May 16, 2016 (Mon.): Chou Chin-Hua (Founder of Chou Ta-Kuan Foundation), Guo Ying-Lan (President of Chou Ta-Kuan Foundation), Chou Shang-Guan (Director of International Exchange Center) , Chan Wei-Tso (Website Director, Chou Ta-Kuan Foundation), and Chou Tien-Guan (Head of the Chou, Ta-Kuan Children's Ensemble) send love to Xiamen University, Huaqiao University.
2. May 17, 2016 (Tue.): Chou Ta-Kuan Foundation and other members visited Kuo Tsu-Jung, and discussed with Lin Chun: joining hands to film an animated film titled "Cancer Fighting Poet Chou Ta-Kuan".
3. May 18, 2016 (Wed.): Chou Ta-Kuan Foundation sent love to Pingtan. Accompanied by Lin Chiang-Ling (Deputy Director, Management Committee of Pingtan Comprehensive Experimental Zone), Wei Feng-Ching (Director, Bureau of Health Planning), Hsu Hsiao-Ping (Deputy Director), Wu Ling-Fang (Deputy Director, Department of Taiwan Affairs), Lin Yao-Kuang (Special Consultant), Nien Hua-Min (Superintendent, Pingtan Hospital), Lin Te-Hung (Deputy Superintendent), and Li Yun-Hui (President, Pingtan Association of Taiwan Businessmen), in addition to caring for the seriously ill patients, the Foundation also visited "Construction Based for Pingtan Ta-Kuan Rehabilitation Hope Hospital". Everyone was looking forward to finish building with the Taiwan's spirit of building temples the hospital as the "Home of Dying" built by Mother Teresa in Calcutta, India. In this way, hospice care, rehabilitation of seriously ill patients, medical care, and medical education are integrated in one step in order to benefit the most disadvantaged compatriots across the strait and Chinese worldwide.