同樣的，這份研究也嘗試著公開中華民國(台灣) 哥倫比亞共和國以及中華人民共和國三方的歷史參考資料，並考慮到由於承認中國為國際社會上的合法政權，哥倫比亞與台灣的外交關係斷裂一事。 然而，即使面對中國的騷擾，哥倫比亞與台灣的關係仍然日益增強。
This research allows us to analysis the historical background of the founding of Republic of China (Taiwan) and the Republic of Colombia, being immersed the People''s Republic of China and its recognition to the UN, comparing the economic, technological, educational, cultural and social relations between Colombian and Taiwan, despite being their relations since decades limited to commercial level.
The study provides a comparative knowledge between the constitution of the Republic of China (Taiwan) and the Republic of Colombia, taking into account historical and evolutionary data of the two countries, emphasizing the structure of their states and the formation of its powers, getting into the role of Taiwanese Legislative Yuan and the Colombian Congress.
It also seeks to publicize the historical references of relations between the Republic of China (Taiwan), the Republic of Colombia and the People''s Republic of China, taking into account the breaking of diplomatic relations between Colombia and Taiwan due to the recognition of China as legitimate government before the international community. However relations between Colombia and Taiwan are becoming stronger, despite the harassment of China.
On the other hand we can highlight the development of parliamentary, political, economic and social relations between the Republic of China (Taiwan) and the Republic of Colombia, during the period 2012-2015, where the unrestricted support by the Congress of Colombia plays an important role in the participation of the Taiwanese government as an observer in international organizations, emphasizing the flexible diplomacy exerted by President Ma Ying-jeou, a policy that has had an impact on the international community, including neighboring the People''s Republic China.
Last but not least, we must stress interviewing Senators of the Republic of Colombia, government officials of Taiwan in Colombia and senior officials of the Colombian Congress, who were received grants from the Taiwanese government to advance courses on the Island Formosa.