Mr. Tang Kwai-nang expressed his support for the co-operation and said, "The Co-operative Agreement to be signed today is essential for both hardware and software development and maintenance of our new Tenpin Bowling Center which is about to be completed.
"In order to provide an environment in which elite athletes can realize their full potential and to achieve their highest level of sports performance, exchange of knowledge in areas like sports science research, high level sports training, related sports technology applications and talent identification programs plays an important role.
"Together with all the hard work and effort of athletes themselves and support from coaches, the co-operation with the USBC will definitely facilitate and enhance the elite athletes' performance."
At the ceremony, Mr. Neil Stremmel expressed, "Both organizations are dedicated to providing professional support to the development of bowling. The USBC serves almost two million youth and adult members in the United States and the International Training and Research Center (ITRC) under the governance of USBC is well equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and technologies.