An end-of-year celebration has been held by the Chinese Taipei Olympic Committee (CTOC).
Among the events highlighted at the event was CTOC's preparation work for next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Officials visited Japan twice to try to ensure the best conditions and support for the athletes.
This included an inspection of the host town base and sports venues, as well as meetings with Tokyo 2020 officials.
A third visit is due early next year to collect more updated information on sports and venues to benefit the athletes representing Chinese Taipei at Tokyo 2020.
Another highlight was the presentation of the team uniform of the Chinese Taipei delegation for the 1st ANOC (Association of National Olympic Committees) World Beach Games in Doha in October and the Arafura Games in Darwin.
CTOC also produced several promotion materials to help publicise the work of the Olympic Movement in Chinese Taipei.
"It has been an eventful year for the Chinese Taipei Olympic Committee and the Sports Administration of the Ministry of Education," Hong-Dow Lin, CTOC President, said.
"With the support of the Sports Administration, Ministry of Education, CTOC was able to strengthen our relationship with the local community, sponsorship partners, diplomatic offices and many more."
Other events celebrated included the Olympic Day Run, the 9th edition of the International Sports Affairs Training Course, participation in the Arafura Games and ANOC World Beach Games.
The CTOC also signed off bilateral cooperation agreements with National Olympic Committees in Vietnam, Indonesia, Hong Kong-China, Greece and Saint Lucia.
It was also awarded the "Prize Athena" from the International Olympic Academy in recognition of its "dedication and contribution to the promotion of Olympic Movement".