Introduction to the Cultivation of Sports Professional at the 2017 Taipei Summer Universiade

The 2017 Summer Universiade took place in Taipei from August 19 to August 30, featuring 22 sports and was participated in by…【Read more

Sport Volunteers – Bedrock of the Events Industry

Framed by Singapore's sporting blueprint of Vision 2030, Sport Singapore's (SportSG) overall events strategy is poised to support…【Read more

Best Practices for Capacity-Building of Sport Professionals Lessons Learned from the Preparations & Staging of the 18th Asian Games 2018

When organizing a large-scale, world-class sports competition, the most important things to consider, aside from physical infrastructure, are the sports professionals…【Read more

Nurturing Sports Professionals for Major Games in Viet Nam

Viet Nam has previously hosted 3 major games: the 22nd SEA Games in 2003 in Hanoi, the 3rd Asian Indoor Games 2009 in Hanoi, and the…【Read more

The Sports Authority of Thailand and Its Experience in Staging Major Games: Volunteer Program

Since international sports were introduced for the first time in Thailand during the reign of King Rama V, they have been…【Read more

Nurturing Sports Professionals for Major Games in the Philippines

Organized sports in the Philippines began in 1911 when the Philippine Amateur Athletic Federation (PAAF) was established during…【Read more

Cultivating Sports Officials for Major Games: The Malaysian Perspective

The history of the Ministry of Youth and Sports of Malaysia began in 1953 with the incorporation under the…【Read more

Building Sports Policies for Athletes in Viet Nam

Efforts to develop and implement appropriate policies to promote the career growth of athletes have been facing…【Read more

Career Development for Sports Talents in the Philippines

To further strengthen support for young talents in sports, the House of Senate of the Philippines pushed for…【Read more

Career Development of Sport Talents in Malaysia

The National Sports Policy and Sport Development Act 1997 have shaped the landscape of sports development in Malaysia to create…【Read more

Structure of Athletes' Career Planning and eSports Development in Japan

As the opening ceremony of Tokyo 2020 is approaching, all the relevant people and organizations from several disciplines work together to…【Read more

Esports Development in the Netherlands

The Netherlands have been doing great in the past in esports with champions in multiple titles at the beginning of this era. However…【Read more

Malaysian Esports: An Exercise in Shifting Traditional Perceptions towards a Youth-Driven Economy

"We must prepare our people to become the initiators, the suppliers and active players in cyber games," said Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak…【Read more

Esports in Korea: From the Emergence to its Future

Esports culture in Korea was initiated based on commercialization of…【Read more

Overview of Esports Policies in Different Economies

As time progresses and the environment continues to change, people's sports and recreation preferences have…【Read more

Singapore's Public-Private Partnerships in Sports: A Dream, Come True

Established under a 25-year Public-Private Partnership (PPP) agreement between Sport Singapore and Sports Hub Pte Ltd, this visionary project is…【Read more

Policy to Attract Women in Sports in Viet Nam

In total 11 gold medals that Viet Nam has won over the ASIAD seasons since 1994 through 2014, there are up to 7 gold medals…【Read more

A Brief Introduction on "Women's Sports Participation Advocacy White Paper"

In 2013, the Sports Administration, the Ministry of Education published "Sports Policy White Paper" as the blueprint for the development of sport and…【Read more

Policies to Promote Women's Sports Participation in Papua New Guinea

Sport in Papua New Guinea has developed remarkably in the last five years. It has experienced…【Read more

Women in Sports: Women's Sports Activities conducted by the Philippine Sports Commission

The Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) was created through Republic Act No. 6847 in 1990 to serve as the…【Read more

Malaysia’s Policies of Advancing Women Participation in Sports

In Malaysia, the Government's role in sports is mainly carried out by the Ministry of Youth and Sports assisted by several ministries and…【Read more

Activities and Products of the Japanese Center for Research on Women in Sport

The Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) outsourced the project called “Female athletes strategic support" to…【Read more

The Collaboration between Sport, Education and Business is a Key to Raise Women Sport Participation and Habit

In the Basic Sport Act, enacted in 2011, it is stated that the Japanese government is responsible for developing the society through sport. On April 2017…【Read more

Strategies for Gender Equality in Sports in Indonesia

The international policy on sports has greatly influenced sports policies worldwide. That is to say, policies made by the international community have helped…【Read more

Internet Sports Media Startup Choxue (CX)

We, Choxue (CX), are an internet sports media startup based in Taipei, and we were given an opportunity to attend…【Read more

Chinese Taipei's Exhortation on Youth Entrepreneurship

To extend the spirit and ideals of education and inspire passionate entrepreneurship among young students, the government provides entrepreneurial opportunities to encourage…【Read more

Nurturing the Entrepreneurial Spirit: The Singapore Model

At the Singapore Sports Institute, we are committed to nurturing the entrepreneurial spirit in our Team Singapore athletes. Our compelling vision is to empower…【Read more

Successful Peruvian Sportsman and Business Administrator Promotes Personal and Social Overcoming through Sports

The Peruvian Ministry of Education carries out every year, the National School Sports Games (Juegos deportivos escolares nacionales JDEN), one of the main sporting events, in which…【Read more

Malaysian Former Athletes as Entrepreneurs in the Local Sport Business

The business of sport has grown to become a major revenue generating sector in many parts of the world…【Read more

Young Athletes' Academic and Career Planning Policies

On 1 September 2016 the First APEC High Level Policy Dialogue on Education and Career Planning for Young Athletes was convened in Taipei…【Read more


Taiwan’s startup business ecosystem is booming in recent years with various private and public incubators and accelerators been developed…【Read more

7th TAFISA World Sport for All Games - Join In!

The 7th TAFISA World Sport for All Games are around the corner, and ASPN/APEC member countries are most welcome to join this week-long spectacular display of colour, dance, sports, culture, peace, friendship and fun…【Read more

Asia’s First Sports Startup Accelerator HYPE SPIN Accelerator TAIWAN Offers More Innovative Products and Services to the World

The HYPE SPIN Accelerator TAIWAN program is a joint effort of the Sports Administration (SA) National Chiao Tung University’s IAPS and Israel’s HYPE Sports Innovation (HYPE)…【Read more

The Three Key Points for International Soccer Teams to evolve

“Our die-hard fans don’t care about innovation, they just want us to win… and I also love the games now, it’s better not to change.”…【Read more