Witnessed by more than 300 people, Danny Chen (middle) took up the post of president of the Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce in Orange County- Junior Chapter
On February 10, the Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce in Orange County (TCCOC) held a new year party and assembly to found the TCCOC Junior Chapter. The ceremony to found the TCCOC Junior Chapter was attended by over 300 guests, including representatives from the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Los Angeles, Ccteco in Santa Ana and Taiwanese Junior Chambers of Commerce of North America.
To promote inter-generation succession, TCCOC actively carried out planning to establish the Junior Chapter at the end of last year. By joining TCCOC Junior Chapter, many young business people who are second and third generation descendants of outstanding local Taiwanese business people have joined the big TCCOC family. The first president of TCCOC Junior Chapter, Danny Chen, also a Coordinator of Overseas Community Affairs Council, pointed out that the platform will allow young business people to learn new knowledge, expand personal connections, and engage in Taiwan-US culture exchange, and provide more employment and business activity opportunities. He said that, in support of the government, the TCCOC Junior Chapter will promote exchange with businesses in Taiwan to jointly create a win-win situation for trade and investment.