Despite its proximity to mainland China, Taiwan has reported just 447 coronavirus cases and seven deaths so far in a population of 24 million (June 2020), garnering global praise for its strategy involving early screening and border controls. Taiwan’s economy has held up better than most Asian countries, thanks in part to how well it handled the coronavirus outbreak. Next to the stability, growth of the Taiwanese economy, and well-standing relationships with the Netherlands, we deem the location to be promising country for the FSA Research Project 2021.