On May 30, 2023, in the International Conference Hall on the third floor of its arts and culture center, the National Central Library conducted a ceremony of book donation from the Embassy of St. Lucia to the National Central Library. (Book Donation Ceremony: Embassy of Saint Lucia). The Embassy of St. Lucia donated a total of 15 volumes, including works by the country’s Nobel Prize winners and books recommended by the embassy. Distinguished guests in attendance included Ambassador Dr. Robert Lewis from the Embassy of Saint Lucia, Ambassador Dr. Andrea Bowman, Dean of the Diplomatic Corp from the Embassy of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Ambassador Dr. Candice Augusta Pitts from the Embassy of Belize, Ambassador Donya Lynex Francis from the Embassy of Saint Christopher and Nevis, Deputy Minister Alexander Tah-ray Yui of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and representatives from other embassies and from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Ambassador Dr. Robert Lewis from the Embassy of Saint Lucia mentioned as he delivered remarks that he was grateful to the National Central Library for accepting the donation and hoped that the Nobel Prize winners’ books donated to the library would record and depict St. Lucia’s social development, economic changes and cultural dynamics. He hoped, he said, to invite Taiwanese and foreign friends in Taiwan to immerse themselves in the world of books, shorten the distance with Taiwanese readers, and let "reading never stop". Delivering his own remarks, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Alexander Tah-ray Yui said that it was an honor to witness the ceremony in which the embassy donated books to the National Central Library. He mentioned that amid the current vigorous development of science and technology and at a time of the publication of a large number of e-books, it seemed extremely precious to be able to read physical books.