2011 ADOC 2.0 ICT Road Show「Southeast Asia」

May, 27, 2011

The Second Phase APEC Digital Opportunity Center Project (ADOC 2.0 Project) is a technology- based foreign-relations program that applies Chinese Taipei’s highly developed ICT Industry’s experience to transform the “digital divides” among APEC member economies into “digital opportunities.”

In order to assist domestic corporations in further understanding the ICT industry and market opportunities available in Southeast Asia, New Taipei City Computer Association and ADOC Secretariat will be hosting an event called the 2011 ADOC 2.0 ICT Road Show. The event will provide a unique opportunity for local organizations in selected ADOC Partner Member Economies to learn about the latest innovations showcased by 15 ICT companies from Chinese Taipei. It will feature product displays, trade talks, and visits to local ICT-related organizations, with the goal of strengthening ICT business ties between Chinese Taipei and Partner Member Economies Indonesia, and Vietnam. The ICT Road-Show will be held in Indonesia and Vietnam from June 8th to the 15th, 2011.

In recent years, Chinese Taipei’s ICT industry has been actively expanding into international markets. This expansion is directly related to growing governmental business-matching initiatives that seek to promote international business exchanges in the digital technology area. The ICT Road Show is being organized by the NTCA, with the assistance of the Bureau of Foreign Trade, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Council for Economic Planning and Development, the Institute for Information Industry, ADOC Secretariat and the Chinese International Economic Cooperation Association.

The Southeast Asian market holds a great potential in the eyes of ICT companies in Chinese Taipei. Their blossoming economies offer attractive opportunities with a large number of government offices, civil institutions and businesses increasing their demand for high-tech ICT products and services. The 2011 ADOC 2.0 ICT Road Show is expected to produce positive effects such as strengthening business ties in the region, promoting Chinese Taipei’s image and status in the ICT sector, and finally, disseminating Chinese Taipei’s experiences in ICT development serving as a model to the region.

The Recent Opening of Two New APEC Digital Opportunity Centers in Quang Tri province and Hue city, Vietnam

ADOC Secretariat Office, Chinese Taipei

June 16th, 2011


ADOC Secretariat is proud to announce the recent opening of two new APEC Digital Opportunity Centers in Quang Tri province and Hue city, Vietnam, this past June15th. The centers were established in cooperation with local partners Informatics – Sci&tech Information Center of Quang Tri, and Zhi Shan Foundation.

To commemorate the event, partners organized an opening ceremony for the ADOC 2.0 center in Quang Tri province. The two ADOC centers were handed over as a donation by ADOC Secretariat, represented by Dr. Chih-Kung Lee, President of Institute for Information Industry. Witnesses at the opening ceremony included Mr. Chih-Peng Huang, Representative of Taipei Economic and Trade Office in Vietnam (TETO), and Mr. Nguyen Duc Chinh, Vice President of People’s Committee of Quang Tri Province, Vietnam.

In June 16th, ADOC Secretariat, with the cooperation of local partner World Vision Vietnam, opened two additional new ADOC Centers in Phuoc Son District. During the centers’ opening ceremony in Hanoi, Dr. Chih-Kung Lee, representing ADOC Secretariat, symbolically donated the two centers to World Vision Vietnam, with Mr. Chih-Peng Huang acting as a witness during the event.

As part of his remarks, Dr. Lee briefed the background of the ADOC 2.0 project, an initiative proposed by Chinese Taipei during the 2003 APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting. The ADOC 2.0 project seeks to bridge the socio-economic disparities arising from the digital divide, allowing disadvantaged groups to benefit from the ICT revolution.

Thanks to the strong sponsorship of ASUS Foundation, ADOC Secretariat has been able to donate 126 ASUS laptops that have been fitted at APEC Digital Opportunity Centers in Vietnam during 2011.

Vietnam joined the ADOC project in 2005. With this latest addition, the ADOC project has managed to successfully establish 18 computer centers in Partner Member Economy Vietnam. Thus far, around 29,000 Vietnamese have received training at the ADOC centers in Thai Nguyen, Thai Binh, Hanoi, HCMC, Dong Na, Binh Duong and Lam Dong. This year, with the establishment of these four ADOC Centers in the central area of Vietnam, ADOC Secretariat will be benefiting many disadvantaged members of the community, providing them with much needed education, skills and access to services provided via the internet.

The ADOC project is a self-funded multi-year Economic and Technical Cooperation (ECOTECH) initiative that Chinese Taipei first raised at the 2003 APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting. It aims to assist in transforming digital divides into digital opportunities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. The first phase of the ADOC project was launched in August 2004 and was concluded at the end of 2008. The second phase ADOC project, ADOC 2.0 project, was proposed during the 2007 APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting and launched in 2009 by Chinese Taipei.

The Recent Opening of Two New APEC Digital Opportunity Centers in Quang Tri province and Hue city, Vietnam

ADOC Secretariat Office, Chinese Taipei

June 16th, 2011


ADOC Secretariat is proud to announce the recent opening of two new APEC Digital Opportunity Centers in Quang Tri province and Hue city, Vietnam, this past June15th. The centers were established in cooperation with local partners Informatics – Sci&tech Information Center of Quang Tri, and Zhi Shan Foundation.

To commemorate the event, partners organized an opening ceremony for the ADOC 2.0 center in Quang Tri province. The two ADOC centers were handed over as a donation by ADOC Secretariat, represented by Dr. Chih-Kung Lee, President of Institute for Information Industry. Witnesses at the opening ceremony included Mr. Chih-Peng Huang, Representative of Taipei Economic and Trade Office in Vietnam (TETO), and Mr. Nguyen Duc Chinh, Vice President of People’s Committee of Quang Tri Province, Vietnam.

In June 16th, ADOC Secretariat, with the cooperation of local partner World Vision Vietnam, opened two additional new ADOC Centers in Phuoc Son District. During the centers’ opening ceremony in Hanoi, Dr. Chih-Kung Lee, representing ADOC Secretariat, symbolically donated the two centers to World Vision Vietnam, with Mr. Chih-Peng Huang acting as a witness during the event.

As part of his remarks, Dr. Lee briefed the background of the ADOC 2.0 project, an initiative proposed by Chinese Taipei during the 2003 APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting. The ADOC 2.0 project seeks to bridge the socio-economic disparities arising from the digital divide, allowing disadvantaged groups to benefit from the ICT revolution.

Thanks to the strong sponsorship of ASUS Foundation, ADOC Secretariat has been able to donate 126 ASUS laptops that have been fitted at APEC Digital Opportunity Centers in Vietnam during 2011.

Vietnam joined the ADOC project in 2005. With this latest addition, the ADOC project has managed to successfully establish 18 computer centers in Partner Member Economy Vietnam. Thus far, around 29,000 Vietnamese have received training at the ADOC centers in Thai Nguyen, Thai Binh, Hanoi, HCMC, Dong Na, Binh Duong and Lam Dong. This year, with the establishment of these four ADOC Centers in the central area of Vietnam, ADOC Secretariat will be benefiting many disadvantaged members of the community, providing them with much needed education, skills and access to services provided via the internet.

The ADOC project is a self-funded multi-year Economic and Technical Cooperation (ECOTECH) initiative that Chinese Taipei first raised at the 2003 APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting. It aims to assist in transforming digital divides into digital opportunities throughout the Asia-Pacific region. The first phase of the ADOC project was launched in August 2004 and was concluded at the end of 2008. The second phase ADOC project, ADOC 2.0 project, was proposed during the 2007 APEC Economic Leaders’ Meeting and launched in 2009 by Chinese Taipei.

 

Participants List and Voting Period

ID Name
# 36 Hang Nguyen
# 38 Nguyen Thi Lan Phuong
# 40 Ekapong saenram
# 41 Suwit Khoonyoo
# 42 Pichanon Sawangrod
# 43 Pactharin lajaroen
# 46 Parnsiri
# 47 eden – các cô giáo
# 48 Lay Wah
# 49 Nittaya sangbuatoa
# 50 Patcharin Tienkam
# 51 yuwadee chaihanam
# 53 Sasiton Srihajun
# 54 อาบจิตร กอมาตย์
# 55 sirinat ngamprasert
# 56 cecilia alvarado
# 57 taveeporn pholsuwan
# 58 adisara yamgosum
# 59 Hoang Minh Duong
# 60 pannipa juijaroen
# 61 eden
# 62 Ngoc Kieu
# 63 itzel de la rosa naranjo
# 64 jirawan kamseha
# 65 วารุณี โคกแปะ
# 66 nattapong poumdonchai
# 67 Bernardo Miralles
# 68 Sherie May Bautista
# 69 krischelle Bautista
# 70 Cathy May Dillo
# 71 Carol Casimo
# 72 Bernardo Miralles
# 73 Waraporn Thongtab
# 74 Eloísa Pinto
# 75 Oscar Hiram García García
# 76 Claribel Valencia
# 77 Angel López
# 78 hongha phamthi
# 81 Joey Gacho
# 82 David Decka
# 83 Cao Tuấn
# 84 Pham Anh Sa
# 85 Nguyen Thi Thu Dung
# 86 Nguyen Thi Lan Phuong
# 87 jorge villegas
# 88 Marvin Quintana
# 89 Vina Andriani
# 90 Teuku Husain
# 91 Taufik Abidin
# 92 Abdul Madjid
# 93 Maxim Lu
# 94 Caljer Caldo
# 95 Siska Panggabean
# 96 Sinaga
# 97 Anjo Barcelon
# 98 Julián Nevárez
# 100 Claudia Cardenas
# 101 Ifik Arifin
# 102 Inayah Lie
# 103 Benny
# 104 Renie Elvina
# 105 Hiero Rahadiyan
# 106 Sotar Sinaga
# 115 alessandra paulino
# 116 Paul Ascorbe Huamán
# 117 Carlos Castro Alemán
# 119 Graciela Gózar La Herrera
# 120 Wilfredo León Jimenez
# 124 Percy Marquina Feldman
# 125 Ramón Rivera Chu
# 128 José Salinas
# 129 Julio Castillo Vargas
# 131 Victor Carpio Neyra
# 132 Zuleyka Ramos Távara
# 133 Arnoldo Rozemberg
# 140 Saw Tu
# 144 Michael Pate
# 146 Tara Tomangana
# 147 David Matiatia
# 148 Michelle Kaisapi
# 149 Sheena Sailasa
# 152 Le Thuy Nguyen
# 153 Thanh Nguyen
# 156 Que Chi Ton
# 157 Duc Cong Song Nguyen
# 158 Ly ly Huynh
# 160 Van Kiet Ho
# 161 Van Tinh Pham
# 162 Quoc Lap Hoang
# 163 Quang Thuan Nguyen
# 165 Siti Aisyah
# 166 Reza Panji Maulana
# 167 Damayanti Aditiasari
# 168 Honzo Fabiola
# 169 Sugeng Cahyanto
# 170 Sondy Heru Susanto
# 173 Rani Octiviani
# 175 Budi Raksa Wibawa
# 177 Arief Risdianto
# 178 Moch.Fahromi
# 179 Reza Fidiastomo
# 180 Maria
# 181 Paul Nual
# 182 Avila Jr.
# 183 Benedict Liwanag
# 185 Christine V.
# 186 Juleus Ibanez
# 187 Jocelyn Ibanez
# 188 Mark Buenaventura
# 190 Magtangob
# 191 Javier
# 192 Fortunato Jr.

 

ADOC secretariat have approved 113 contestants for voting qualification. Contestants are encouraged to promote their submitted photos by asking friends, family and general public to vote for their picture at ADOC’s Website. The voting period will be from June 8th to 26th, 2011. The voting function will be disabled at 11:59pm on June 26th, 2011, Taiwan time.

 

Users can vote for contestants they want to vote after logging in ADOC 2.0 website. Each photo can only be voted for one time.

 

 

How to vote? Download document

 

End of Photo Submission

The Photo Submission of the ADOC 2.0 Photo Contest 2011 concluded on Tuesday June 7th, 2011 at 11:59pm. The ADOC team is now validating contestants’ on-line registrations.

Voting Period will start on Wednesday June 8th, 2011 and finish on June 26th, 2011. Please check our website often for the latest updates.

 

 

Extension of Photo Submission Period

It has been brought to our attention that a considerable number of ADOC trainees were not able to upload their photos within the previously established submission date as a result of some confusion during the registration process.

 

In order to allow as many trainees as possible to participate in the ADOC 2.0 Photo-Contest 2011, ADOC Secretariat has seen fit to further extend the photo-submission deadline by one more week. It will now be possible for trainees to join the contest and upload their photos until next Tuesday June 7th, 2011 at 11:59pm (GMT +08:00 –Taipei).

Voting Period will start on Wednesday June 8th, 2011.

 

 

 

ADOC Secretariat