Asia Society Texas Center presents Taiwan in the 21st Century Saturday, May 17 at 7pm.
Rapid growth and industrialization led to Taiwan’s economic ascent in the last half of the 20th century. Now Taiwan boasts the 19th largest economy in the world and leads the region in social freedom. However, issues of identity, relations with China, and a growing wealth gap divide society and politics in Taiwan.
What challenges remain? How will Taiwan’s economy fare in the 21st century? How are Taiwan’s socio-political issues relevant to the global economy?
Four internationally distinguished thought leaders will assemble at Asia Society Texas Center for an in-depth discussion on Taiwan’s role in the 21st century:
Dr. Rwei-Ren Wu, Academia Sinica
Professor June Teufel Dreyer, University of Miami
J. Michael Cole, Senior Staff Member, Thinking Taiwan Foundation
Moderator: Dr. Hans Stockton, University of St. Thomas
2014/05/17 - 2014/05/17
Additional time info:
Light Reception: 6:00 pm
Program: 7:00 pm
Asia Society’s parking lot is located directly across the building on Southmore Boulevard. Enter from either Caroline Street or Austin Street.
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The Texas Center is a five-minute walk from the Museum District METRO Rail Station.
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