Jerry Tan appointed as Taiwan Consultant

Tan Holdings President and CTSI Logistics CEO Jerry Tan had been appointed by Taiwan as their official consultant for their overseas compatriot affairs commission in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI). Monito S. Co, Lion’s Club International District 204 District Administrator, announced Tan’s appointment in a brief ceremony held at Kanoa Resort Saipan. […]Read More »

SOPHIA Walk 2013

The Marianas Walking Association teamed up with Fiesta Resort & Spa Saipan to host the annual SOPHIA Walk last May 18. The event drew more than a hundred participants with the youngest and oldest walkers receiving recognition for their involvement. The oldest female walker, Jo Izumi, served as the spokeswoman for the Japanese visitors and […]Read More »

Tree Planting with MINA and DEQ

Tan Holdings, along with the with the Mariana Islands Nature Alliance (MINA) and the Division of Environmental Quality (DEQ) planted 120 Coconut Trees on Laolao Bay last April 19 as part of the Environmental Awareness Month and CNMI Earth Day celebrations. 60 company executives with MINA and DEQ staff and volunteers participated in the event, […]Read More »

TSL Foundation is sponsor at the 32nd Annual Flame Tree Arts Festival

The Tan Siu Lin Foundation has joined the 32nd Annual Flame Tree Arts Festival as a sponsor by donating $3,000 worth of free hotel accommodations to delegates from Kiribati, Chuuk, and Guam. Tan Holdings Corporate Consultant David Sablan and Tan Siu Lin Foundation Manager Maggie Sablan shared that the foundation is honored to partner with […]Read More »

Tan Holdings sends support to the Empty Vessel Ministry Foundation

A hearty thanks was given to Tan Holdings as the Empty Vessel Foundation expressed their appreciation for the company’s recent donation of food, household items and personal items to help those in need in the Saipan community. The foundation also expresses its gratitude for the past monetary donation of Tan Holdings towards the Kenya hunger-drive […]Read More »

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