This new strategy will see the establishment of a program of cooperation between one of the oldest radio stations in the Caribbean, ZIZ Radio, and of the world’s oldest stations, based in Taiwan.
Through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Radio Taiwan International and ZIZ Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC), the net effect of this arrangement would be the exposure of both countries to a wider listening audience than was ever envisaged….and it would afford a glorious opportunity for the disseminating of positive and relevant information to an audience never before captured, according to the Deputy Prime of St. Kitts and Nevis, Sam Condor.
Photo- Sam Condor being interviewed by RTI after signing ceremony.
(Photos: Courtesy St. Kitts and Nevis Embassy in Taiwan)
He also stated that the MOU would allow the people of the Federation and of Taiwan to develop a better understating of each other’s norms, traditions, and values which even if different, can be respected, accepted and appreciated.
Chairman of RTI Mr. Chang Rung Gong, in his statement at the ceremony to sign the MOU also remarked on the exciting possibilities that now exist for closer collaboration between the two radio stations and expressed his great pleasure in singing the important document.
Chairman Chang and Deputy Prime Minister Condor both anticipated great achievements for the joint venture in the years to come. The MOU was signed by Mr. Condor on behalf of ZIZ.
Condor was in Taipei to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the founding of the
Republic of China (Taiwan), (ROC).