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Home arrow Events arrow Visiting activity to Chiayi’s Special & Perfect Dental Clinic & Implant Center
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Tuesday, 09 December 2008
Visiting activity to Chiayi’s Special & Perfect Dental Clinic & Implant Center 
 
2008/12/09 
Taiwan Medical Tourism Development Association made a trip down south to Chiayi 
 
Author: EE
Time/location:2008.12.09/Special & Perfect Dental Clinic & Implant Center 
 
Taiwan Medical Tourism Development Association headed south to Chiayi to survey
the medical devices and equipments of Special & Perfect Dental Clinic & Implant
Center. TMTDA Secretary-General Lee Kun-lun and Director-General Chen Kuo-wen
also convened with the center director Wu Yao-tsung to discuss about future
collaboration. 
 
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▲[In the back row]Mr. Kuan Lun Li, President of TMTDA (the second one on the right)
; Mr. Guo Wun Chen, Executive Director of TMTDA (the first one on the left); Mr.
Sheng Tang Lin, Specialist of Science of TMTDA (the first one on the right); Mr.
Yao Tzung Wu, superintendent of Special & Perfect Dental Clinic and Implant Center
(the second one on the left); [In the back row] Ms. Ayumi Chang, Specialist of
project of TMTDA (the first one on the right);Ms. Yi Fen Li, Sales Marketing Leader
of Special & Perfect Dental Clinic and Implant Center (the first one on the left). 
 
 
 
 
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