I bring to the attention of the House the wonderful work of the Australian Taiwan Women's Association, as it celebrates its twenty-fifth anniversary. The association was established in 1991 to support Taiwanese women in Australia in overcoming language and cultural barriers. I commend the work of the association's president, Phoebe Alexander, and her committee including Frances Huang, Rosa Kou, Pauline Chang, Changken Liu, Jassie Tsai, Sue Chan, Mei Ying Tseng, Wendy Tsao, Theresa Lin, Emma Lai, Judy Lui and Anna Chao. I acknowledge their commitment to the community through the raising of funds for local charities and by helping those who are disadvantaged and isolated. I thank them for not only providing much-needed support to women but in doing so promoting the status of women in our community. They also work to support single mothers and mothers that adopt children from overseas. They deserve to be recognised in this Parliament. I congratulate them on their twenty-fifth anniversary, which was celebrated on 22 June 2016.