To construct and bolster the Nansha Taiping and Dongsha Atoll Research Stations, build an additional real-time transmission system, and invite experts and academics to propose projects focused on furthering cooperation with New Southbound target countries. In this way, Taiwan's advanced scientific expertise can add value to and bolster research in challenging fields such as disaster prevention and the environment.
To encourage academia to focus on engineering projects connected to social welfare, as well as place emphasis on exchange with New Southbound target countries' scientific research institutions. By arranging international conferences and fostering researcher exchange between countries, we are able to share Taiwan's experience in technological advancement and technical expertise, facilitating opportunities for international cooperation in engineering.
To establish a research partnership with New Southbound target countries focused on infectious diseases that have spread in Taiwan as well as new diseases that have not yet emerged in Taiwan but have infected those in nearby countries. Such an alliance would pave the way for a mutually beneficial developmental path for all involved.
To develop economically viable, cutting-edge non-chemical plant and animal protectant techniques and products, and reduce the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. These actions serve to improve both the quality and quantity of agricultural products, as well as strengthen the connection between agricultural professionals and technology, cultivating top global agricultural talent.
To gain a more in-depth knowledge of New Southbound target countries by researching how Chinese language and culture are disseminated and interpreted amongst Taiwan and Southeast Asian countries. To allow our culture to take root in a mutually beneficial manner by producing and incorporating Chinese language cultural material in target countries.
To enhance the visibility of Taiwan's scientific research achievements by focusing on issues related to medical, health and agricultural technology, domestic scholars are encouraged to expand value-added international exchanges based on existing research, and appropriately use limited international cooperation resources.