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Photo of the Day: First Taiwatini Regiment in Eswatini

First-ever Taiwantini Regiment participates in Eswantini annual Kingship Ceremony

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Taiwatini Regiment. (Photo from MOFA)

Taiwatini Regiment. (Photo from MOFA)

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- Taiwan's Ambassador led other Taiwanese embassy staff and officials in serving with the country's new Taiwanti Regiment as part of the Kingdom of Eswatini's annual Incwala or Kingship Ceremony on Dec. 22, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA).

In the photo, Ambassador Jeremy H. S. Liang (fifth from right) and King Mswati III (sixth from left) can be seen with a group of Taiwanese men forming the first-ever Taiwantini Regiment, which consists of embassy staff, members of the International Cooperation Development Fund (TaiwanICDF), and Taiwan's medical mission.

The Incwala, or Kingship Ceremony, is a six-day ritual which takes place during the summer solstice in the southern African country of 1.3 million formerly known as Swaziland.

Photo of the Day: First Taiwatini Regiment in Eswatini
First Taiwatini Regiment. (Photo by MOFA)

Photo of the Day: First Taiwatini Regiment in Eswatini
First Taiwatini Regiment with Eswatini warriors. (Photo by MOFA)

Photo of the Day: First Taiwatini Regiment in Eswatini
First Taiwatini Regiment. (Photo by MOFA)

Photo of the Day: First Taiwatini Regiment in Eswatini
Eswantini warriors marching in Incwala event.


Updated : 2021-03-09 18:49 GMT+08:00