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締盟禮icon Plaque Marking the Taoyuan-Long Beach Sister City Agreement

Updated at 2024-05-25

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Long Beach boasts the second-largest seaport in the United States and, like Taoyuan, serves as a vital hub for the logistics and aerospace industries. The two cities share a close and interactive relationship, with Taoyuan delegations having visited Long Beach several times to engage in in-depth exchanges on education, tourism, and industries. The two cities officially became sister cities in 2022, marking Taoyuan as Long Beach's first sister city in 15 years and the first-ever Taiwanese city to become sister cities with Long Beach. The plaque pictured in the image above commemorates Taoyuan and Long Beach becoming sister cities on December 15, 2022 (December 14 in Long Beach).

Details

Name
Plaque Marking the Taoyuan-Long Beach Sister City Agreement
Giver
Robert Garcia, Mayor, City of Long Beach
Friendly States
United States
City
City of Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California

Alliance Date: December 15, 2022
Language: English
Area: 208 square kilometers
Population: Approx. 437,000 people
Main Industries/Features: It is known as oil industries, navy shipyards and facilities. Ports are the mainstays of the city.

Size
L26cm W31cm H2cm
Category
Wooden Objects
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