The delegates met with Win-Jung Huang, president and CEO of the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) in Taipei on June 24
Lt. Governor Owen participated in the signing of a reciprocal driver license agreement with Washington state on June 23. He is seen here with the Taiwanese ministers of Transportation and Communication in Taipei.
Lt. Governor Owen speaks to delegates during a salmon tasting reception at the Ample Gallery in Taipei on June 23. The purpose of the reception was to help the Puyallup Tribe of Indians expand their marketing of tribal seafood products such as smoked salmon overseas.
The delegation, which included leaders from the Puyallup Tribe of Indians, made a stop at the Council of Indigenous Peoples on June 24.
The delegation stopped at the Overseas Radio and Television studio, which was founded in 1962 by Washington state native Doris Brougham. Here the lieutenant governor presents Brougham with framed copy of a resolution in her honor passed by the state Senate.
A special exhibit of Asian puppets and photographs from the Aurora Valentinetti Puppet Museum in Bremerton is now on display in the Office of Lt. Governor. Visitors are welcome between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays.
Legislative committee chaired by Lt. Governor to look at farm and flower industry in Western Washington
PUYALLUP – A legislative study committee will explore the farm and flower industries in Western Washington, past and present, at a meeting set for 9 a.m. July 29 at Puyallup City Hall.
A special exhibit of Asian puppets and photographs from the Aurora Valentinetti Puppet Museum in Bremerton is now on display in the Office of Lt. Governor. The display is under the auspices
(Updated July 10 with additional information). With legal recreational marijuana shops opening their doors for the first time in Washington state this week, we would like to remind folks that puffing on