The Ambassador made these comments while recently addressing a handing over ceremony of over 2000 laptops to Prime Minister Douglas.
“I would like to urge the many students to be very careful and use your time on the laptops wisely and try to gain even more knowledge each new day,” said Mr Tsao
Ambassador Tsao said the Republic of China (Taiwan) is dubbed as the ‘Republic of Computers,’ where ninety-two percent (92%) of the world’s laptop are manufactured by Taiwanese businesses.
“As a loyal diplomat of St. Kitts and Nevis, we would like to pledge our commitment in this technological age to the students of the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis. Good tools are a pre-requisite to the successful implementation of a job. I do believe all the students will receive their laptops from the hands of the Prime Minister and it is tantamount to have keys for their bright future.” said the Taiwanese diplomat.
“The students of this country are lucky to have great leaders, such as Prime Minister, Denzil Douglas who put its students on top priority when we are discussing how to upgrade the education system,” said the Ambassador Tsao.
The laptops are for the students of the Fifth and Fourth Forms of the Nine High Schools of St Kitts and Nevis