The Chinese Taipei Olympic Committee (CTOC) and the Brazilian National Olympic Committee have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games here.
The MoU was signed to facilitate cooperation between the two National Olympic Committees.
During the signing of the MoU , CTOC President Hong-Dow Lin congratulated the city of Rio de Janeiro for a successful 2016 Olympic Games.
During his address to the guests, Lin claimed that the social change as a result of the Olympic Games would benefit future generations and the legacy would stand as an invaluable lesson for future major event host cities.
The CTOC has signed sporting cooperation agreements with 12 American, 10 Asian, six European, three Oceanic and one African National Olympic Committees since 1979.
The latest MoU with Brazil encourages cooperation in areas including sports exchange, staff exchange, medical science, anti-doping and National Olympic Academies.
Chinese Taipei have won 24 Summer Olympic medals, including five golds.
They have never won a medal at the Winter Olympic Games.
Chinese Taipei are due to be represented by four athletes at Pyeongchang 2018.