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“Before, we used to look westward but now with the new government, we are forging stronger ties with our closest neighbors, the Philippines and Southeast Asia,” said Gary Song-Huann Lin, TECO representative in Manila.In 2016, Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-Wen announced the new “Southbound policy” which aims to strengthen the Taiwanese economy and its relations with the member-states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), South Asia, Australia, and New Zealand.Pier 2 Art Center is located at No.1, Dayong Rd., Yancheng Dist., Kaohsiung City 803, Taiwan.FO GUANG SHAN BUDDHA MUSEUM Also in Kaohsiung is the Fo Guang Shan Buddha Museum (“Buddha’s Light Mountain”), a testament to the religiosity of the Taiwanese.Fo Guang Shan is also notable for its insistence on making use of modern technology and equipment inside their temples.The museum’s Front Hall is a hub for visitors as it contains a Starbucks coffee shop, a vegetarian restaurant, and several souvenir shops.
But even without the visa-free policy, Taiwan is already inviting as airfare to its capital are relatively cheap: a cursory inspection of the Skyscanner travel app reveals roundtrip airfares starting from P4,700 and that’s without the airline promotions.
As part of the policy, Taiwan has moved forward with visa-free entry for citizens of ASEAN member states, including the Philippines. Lin said that while they are targeting to make the announcement of when the visa-free policy would take effect in September, it would ultimately hinge on the result of the more than two-month long Marawi clash.
“We are reviewing the administrative and security procedures to ensure that people like [Isnilon] Hapilon don’t enter Taiwan,” he said, referring to the Islamic State-linked Abu Sayyaf terrorist who, along with the Maute group, has been at the forefront of the ongoing siege in Marawi.
Considered one of the biggest Buddhist organizations in the country, Fo Guang Shan was established by Hsing Yun in 1967.
The order is said to promote Humanistic Buddhism – a more modern take on the traditional Chinese Buddhism.