In the 1990s Taiwan's Overseas Chinese Affairs Commission continued to sponsor activities "under the guise of promoting the Chinese cultural tradition, in order to induce loyalty to the Nationalist government in Taiwan," states Chinese-American scholar David Yen-ho Wu.
What does OCAC stand for?
OCAC stands for Overseas Chinese Affairs Commission (Taiwan)
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- Military and Government
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We have 35 other meanings of OCAC in our Acronym Attic
- Orangeburg-Calhoun-Allendale-Bamberg Community Action Agency (Orangeburg, SC; also seen as OCAB)
- Office of Consumer Affairs & Business Regulation (Massachusetts)
- Official Control Authority Batch Release (European Directorate for the Quality of Medicines)
- Ocean City Arts Center (New Jersey)
- Oceanic Air-Traffic Control
- Office, Chief of the Air Corps (US DoD)
- Oil Companies Advisory Committee (Pakistan)
- Operations Control & Analysis Center
- Oregon College of Art & Craft (Portland, OR)
- Organisation of Central Asian Cooperation (various nations)
- Overseas Compatriot Affairs Commission (Taiwan)
- Ohio Chinese American Chamber of Commerce
- Orange County Ancient Coin Club (California)
- Office of Contract Agency Case Management (New York)
- Orange County American Chemical Society (California)
- Orange County Animal Care Services (Orange, CA)
- Office of the Chief Actuary (Social Security Administration)
- Ohio Consortium for Advanced Communications Technology
- O'Connor Architectural Design (Ireland)
- Office of the Chief Administrative Officer
Samples in periodicals archive:
Chang's group includes Transportation Minister Yeh Chu-lan, top government spokesman Su Tzeng-pin and Chang Fu-mei, head of the cabinet's Overseas Chinese Affairs Commission.
Siew said he expects the Foreign Ministry and the cabinet's Overseas Chinese Affairs Commission to take appropriate measures to ensure the safety of people from Taiwan who are living and traveling in Indonesia, according to Taiwan's semi-official Central News Agency (CNA).