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LIFT benefits from the highest possible political and diplomatic support.

The LIFT initiative echoes directly both French and Taiwanese policy-making priorities. LIFT contributes to the French objective to double the number of students by 2030 (2018 plan for the promotion of French language and plurilingualism) and the Taiwanese objective to become a bilingual nation by 2030. LIFT benefits from the support of the diplomatic post in Taipei and Taipei municipal authorities.

“I assure you of the full support, at 200%, of the French Office in Taipei and from France. Our support will be expressed in different ways in the approval of the AEFE when the time comes.”

Mr. Casabonne-Masonnave, Directory of Bureau Français de Taipei
October 2021

See also: Signing of a Memorandum Of Understanding between LIFT and Taipei High School concerning the reception of the future LIFT premises

“A wonderful opportunity for internationalization and for the establishment of a bilingual education, giving future LIFT students the opportunity to become more integrated into the international community. Congratulations of Mayor Ko Wen-Je 柯文哲 and his best wishes to the new partners”

Mr. Tsai Ping-kun 蔡炳坤, Vice-Mayor of Taipei City
October 2021

See also: Signing of a Memorandum Of Understanding between LIFT and Taipei High School concerning the reception of the future LIFT premises

Recognized as a key project and emblematic of the relationship between France and Taiwan, the delegation, enthusiastic about the team’s progress in recent months, wishes to bring the support that France dedicates to LIFT to a “strategic and symbolic” level.

Senatorial delegation led by the former Minister of Defense Mr. Alain Richard.
October 2021.

See also: LIFT meets French senatorial delegation

“I will support this project of an alternative French school and will come back at each important milestone of this project”

Anne Genetet, member of the French National Assembly since the 2017 elections, representing the Eleventh constituency for French residents overseas.
November 2019

See also: Ecole française à Taipei: une alternative à l’école européenne ?