Many second generations of overseas entrepreneurs are about to turn 40, facing the pressures of inheriting the family business while raising their children in Thailand. Many of them can hardly find time to participate in Taiwanese overseas affairs and business association activities. This is why President Jia-Wei Hsu and Vice President Chi-Shuo Huang of the Thai-Taiwan Business Association Youth League (TTBAY) took the effort to organize a family social event, called "Love You Most," on September 2nd at Baantonkla Café.
This was a unique opportunity for both the second and third generations of overseas compatriots to come together. A total of 25 overseas compatriot businesses participated, with over 60 members in attendance. The aim is to strengthen the bonds among the three generations of the overseas compatriot business community in Thailand through family activities, fostering communication, mutual assistance, and cooperation among families, and indirectly creating business opportunities.
To express his support and encouragement, Deputy Chief Chao-Feng Chen from the Expatriate Division of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Thailand brought his entire family to attend the event. He noted the challenges of gathering so many Taiwanese business families abroad and expressed his appreciation of TTBAY for organizing this event.
At the event, TTBAY organized a painting activity that allowed attended families to collaborate in creating their personalized piggy banks. Parents and children enjoyed a memorable time together, taking home their unique and handmade crafts. Alongside strengthening family bonds, young Taiwanese parents in Thailand shared parenting experiences, showcasing the spirit of mutual support within the Taiwanese community. The event exuded a welcoming and comforting atmosphere.
"Love You Most" event held by TTBAY
To show support and encouragement, Deputy Chief Chao-Feng Chen from the Expatriate Division of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Thailand brought his entire family to attend the event.
The event was very cozy and lively.