Honoring Anthony Hoby Representative Robert A. Brady
Posted on 2015-01-22
in the house of representatives
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Mr. BRADY of Pennsylvania. Mr. Speaker, I rise to honor the Taipei
Economic and Cultural Representative Office's Deputy Director of the
Congressional Liaison Division, Anthony Ho. Anthony has served in that
important office for more than 10 years. He has played a large role in
promoting friendship between the people of our two great nations during
his two tours here in Washington, DC.
Anthony earned his B.A. at the National Taiwan University and his Master's degree in [[Page E106]] Public Administration at the Kennedy School of Harvard University. That education prepared him for the challenges he faces on behalf of one of America's most important allies.
Mr. Speaker, Anthony impressed Members of the House of Representatives and Senate with his diligence, his honesty and his dedication to keeping the friendship between our countries strong.
Deputy Director Ho has been a great help to me, by keeping me informed on issues relating to Taiwan and to the entire Pacific Rim. He will be greatly missed. I wish him, his wife Anne and his son, Anwell all the best. I also want to send a special goodbye to his eldest son Andrew, who did such an excellent job as an intern in my office.
Washington's loss is Taipei's gain and I am sure that Anthony and his family will have a successful and happy time in their homeland. I ask all of my colleagues to join me in wishing the Ho family goodbye and good fortune.