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San Gabriel Mayor Visits City Hall

Deputy Mayor Chou Li-fang met with San Gabriel Mayor Jason Pu at city hall on April 28. The two discussed topics ranging from startup investments to student exchanges.
Chou remarked that there are strong ties between San Gabriel and Taiwan, since it is home to a large number of immigrants from the island. Hosting various events and activities for overseas Chinese communities, San Gabriel is also an important investment destination for Taiwanese businessmen and merchants.
She believes that Pu’s visit will strengthen the friendship between the two cities and boost bilateral exchanges in the area of city administration. Both city share the interest in information technology, biotech, and innovations. The deputy mayor encourages San Gabriel to invest in technology parks in Taipei, citing the Neihu Technology Park, Nangang Software Park, and Shilin Technology Corridor.
Pu praised Taipei for being a convenient city. He expressed a strong interest in the electric scooters he saw on this trip. The mayor noted that San Gabriel is working on 12 development projects, seeking to enhance the living quality of its citizens. He looks forward for further exchanges between the two cities in the future.
The deputy mayor also invited Pu and the citizens of San Gabriel to attend upcoming international events hosted by Taipei City, including the 2016 World Design Capital, the Velo-City Global 2016, and 2017 Taipei Universiade.