Webinar  •  VIP event

Meet the Mayor - Taoyuan: Sustainable & Digital Transformation

Event language(s)
English, Chinese

Price: Member: NTD 400
(If you cannot access your private space, please send an email to event@ccift.org.tw to register)

Non-Member: NTD 600

If you would like to cancel your reservation, please inform us 48 hours before the event.


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On August 31st at 16:00, we are pleased to invite Mr. CHENG Wen-Tsan

(鄭文燦), the Mayor of Taoyuan City for this virtual meeting!


In this online talk, Mayor Cheng will share how Taoyuan as the national gateway embarks on its journey towards a sustainable smart city through its diverse low-carbon and digital transformation efforts. His presentation will be centered on:


  1. How Taoyuan maintains the economic growth in its pursuit of the SDGs—as the chair of the EcoLogistics Community, Taoyuan has incorporated its SDG engagement into its administrative plans, as outlined in the Voluntary Local Review that it released; and

  2. How Taoyuan will carry out industrial transformation and smart city governance as delineated by the theme of Infinite Learning that garnered the city’s recognition as ICF’s Top 1 Intelligent Community of the Year in 2019.

  3. Q&A


If you have a company that operates in Taoyuan or if you are interested in sustainability in Taiwan, this is a unique event to have an exclusive conversation with Mayor CHENG or ask any question you may have. 

There is a limited number of participants, sign up as soon as you can !

*Please note that as this is an exclusive event, non-members need to be recommended by a CCIFT member to register. When registering please mention the name of the person and the company who referred you.

*If you would like to cancel your reservation, please inform us 48 hours before the event.



About Mayor CHENG Wen-Tsan

Mayor Cheng Wen-tsan is the first mayor of Taoyuan after its upgrade to a special municipality status in 2014 and has been elected to his second term since 2018. Cheng has demonstrated his passion for politics since he was serving as the vice president of NTU’s Student Association in 1990, when he and his peers launched the Wild Lily Student Movement that eventually enabled democracy to flourish in Taiwan.

Home to the nation’s largest international airport, Taoyuan is the gateway city to Taiwan. Cheng proposed the concept of “airport economics,” highlighting Taiwan’s advantageous sectors, such as aviation, logistics and warehousing, e-vehicle and component manufacturing, the green industry, IoT, and ICT. Cheng has been rated as a “five-star mayor” for four consecutive years by media in Taiwan, showing his outstanding ability in city governance.

Cheng also served as Minister of the Government Information Office, Executive Yuan, Spokesperson of Executive Yuan, and Deputy Secretary-General of the Straits Exchange Foundation.





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