Radio Taiwan International going to celebrate it’s 90th anniversary this year. To make it more colorful RTI Going Green Video Competition going on. Winners will receive not only a cash prize, but also an opportunity to be covered in the global media. Furthermore, they will be invited to attend a sustainable development workshop to exchange views about environmental protection with distinguished journalists. The workshop is jointly sponsored by RTI and the Association for International Broadcasting (AIB).
Ms Paula Chao, is a name of radio personal. She is the coordinator of English Service of Radio Taiwan International. Before joining Radio Taiwan International, she worked six years for Voice of Free China. Paula Chao graduated in history from Tamkang University. From the University of California, she received her MA degree in Comparative Education and Social Science. Read More
Radio Taiwan International (RTI) was established by the Kuomintang (KMT) government as the Central Broadcasting System (CBS) in Nanjing, China, in 1928. It is one of the world’s oldest radio stations that is still in operation today. Radio Taiwan International broadcasts worldwide from the Republic of China on Taiwan. RTI B17 schedule yet shows as the same as A17.
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In order to improve program quality and to get a better understanding of reception conditions, Radio Taiwan International invites listeners to fill out RTI Survey 2017.
Listeners have to fill out the survey and leave their contact information. This will create a chance to win a RTI souvenir. Those who have never listened to RTI programs before are also welcome to fill out the survey.
RTI Survey 2017 – Entry requirements:
RTI listeners and anyone who is interested in learning about Taiwan through RTI are all welcome to submit a survey.
Event schedule: (Taipei Time)
Event runs until: 8/21/2017
Announcement of winners tentatively scheduled for September 2017.
Radio Taiwan International announces Groove Zone Quiz for February 2009. On the occasion of Valentine and Chinese Lantern Festival, Groove Zone desire to share the moments with others. Radio Taiwan International Requests Listeners to take part and get a chance to win Valentine Gifts.
Groove Zone Quiz is giving away Chinese lanterns on Valentine’s Day! It’s our way of celebrating two holidays in one! Just follow the instructions below in order to be eligible to win.
Groove Zone Quiz Details:
* Tell us (in 50 words or less) what kind of food reminds you of the person you love… it could be your husband, wife, boyfriend, girlfriend, partner, etc…
* Entries must be received by February 9th. Winners will announce on Valentine’s Day, February 14!
* Send entries to: PO BOX 123-199 / Taipei Taiwan, ROC
* Or email your entry to: androo [at] rti.org.tw
Thanks for listening to Groove Zone!