A lunchtime seminar by Dr Jennifer Hsieh, Department of Anthropology, Stanford University.
A lunchtime seminar by Dr Ann Heylen, Associate Professor at the Department of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literature, National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU).
As part of a UK and European film tour on Taiwan’s Lost Commercial Cinema: Recovered and Restored, the University of Nottingham’s Taiwan Studies Programme in association with King’s College London, Ministry of Culture, Taiwan, Taiwan Film Institute and the Broadway Cinema is pleased to jointly host a film on Friday 20 October 2017.
The Taiwan Studies Programme is delighted to host Ambassador Shen, former Representative (Ambassador) of the Republic of China (Taiwan) to the United States for a lecture on Taiwan’s place in the international community.
The Taiwan Studies Programme (TSP) is delighted a to announce a lunch time Seminar by Dr Ann Heylen, Associate Professor at the Department of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literature, National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU).
The Taiwan Studies Programme and Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies present a screening of the documentary Song of the Reed, followed by a roundtable discussion. Song of the Reed is a Taiwanese documentary produced by the Taipei Women’s Rescue Foundation and directed by Wu Hsiu-Ching, chronicling the later years of Taiwanese women who were forced into sexual slavery during World War II.
The Taiwan Studies Programme is delighted to announce that Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao, Distinguished Research Fellow at the Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica, will be presenting the first of the 2016/17 series of Taiwan Studies lectures on “The third democratic regime change of Taiwan in 2016: context, significance and assessment”.
The Taiwan Studies Programme is delighted to announce that Professor Jason Hu, of the Want Want Group and former Mayor of Taichung, will present the Taiwan Studies Programme Lecture on ‘The 2016 Presidential Election in Taiwan: New Wine in A New Bottle?’.
Michael Szonyi, Professor of Chinese History at Harvard University, will speak on the topic of ‘Local politics and the rise of China: lessons from the Kinmen (Quemoy)’.