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University of Nottingham Taiwan Studies Programme Autumn Events 2021

Please see below for a list of five events organized by the University of Nottingham Taiwan Studies Programme. More details can be found on their website: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/asiaresearch/projects/tsp/events.aspx

When Authors Meet Critics: Taiwan Journal of Democracy Special Issue Online Launch The authors of this special section will introduce their papers and interact with readers through a virtual space. When: Wednesday 20 October 2021 (14:00-15:30 UK time) Register: at Eventbrite, and your online invitation will be sent to you securely.


Book Launch “The Tiger Leading the Dragon: How Taiwan Propelled China’s Economic Rise”

An online book launch by Shelley Rigger, Brown Professor of East Asian Politics and Chair of Chinese Studies at Davidson College.

When: Thursday 28 October 2021 (16:30-18:00 UK time)

Register: Register at Eventbrite, and your online invitation will be sent to you securely.

UK relations with China – upholding British interests in the face of the Chinese Communist Party’s diplomacy A Public Lecture by Charles Parton, China Ink .

When: Thursday 4 November 2021 (12:30-15:00 UK time)

Hybrid mode: Streamed online and speaker on campus in person in Room E07 Monica Partridge Building, University Park

12:30-3:30 lunch provided in Room E07 Monica Partridge Building , University Park 13:30-15:00 talk starts online and in Room E07 Monica Partridge Building, University Park

Register: Register at Eventbrite, and your online invitation will be sent to you securely

Taiwan's Efforts in Greener politics: Domestic and International Engagements

This talk includes Dr. Dafydd Fell's book launch on 'Taiwan's Green Parties: Alternative Politics in Taiwan and Prof. Chien-Te Fan's talk on 'Taiwan's External Efforts to Join International Climate Change Organization'

When: Thursday, 11 November 2021 (12:30-15:00 UK time)

Hybrid mode: Streamed online and speaker on campus in person in Room C11 Monica Partridge Building, University Park

12:30-3:30 lunch provided in Room C11 Monica Partridge Building , University Park 13:30-15:00 talk starts online and in Room C11 Monica Partridge Building, University Park

Register: Register at Eventbrite, and your online invitation will be sent to you securely.

Stigma and Hate in the Time of COVID: Migrant Rights in the Asia-Pacific

This talk explores the experiences of migrant workers during COVID in the Asia-Pacific, with Dr. Bonny Ling.

When: Thursday 18th November 2021 (12:30-15:00 UK time)

Hybrid mode: Streamed online and speaker on campus in person in Room E07 Monica Partridge Building, University Park

12:30-3:30 lunch provided in Room E07 Monica Partridge Building, University Park 13:30-15:00 talk starts online and in Room E07 Monica Partridge Building, University Park

Register: Register at Eventbrite, and your online invitation will be sent to you securely.

Go Ahead Remix - Music Documentary Film

Go Ahead Remix is a documentary film set in Taiwan that captures the zeitgeist at Megaport Festival, one of the largest music festivals to take place globally during the pandemic with Film makers Charlotte Sawyer and Dr Chen-yu Lin.

When: Thursday 9 December 2021 (12:30-15:00 UK time)

Hybrid mode: Streamed online and speaker on campus in person in Room C12 Monica Partridge Building, University Park

12:30-3:30 lunch provided in Room C12 Monica Partridge Building, University Park 13:30-15:00 talk starts online and in Room C12 Monica Partridge Building, University Park

Register: Register at Eventbrite, and your online invitation will be sent to you securely.

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