May 24, 2022 Lecture Invitation: Power Shifts and International Order: How China Reorders the World
All International students are invited to attend the upcoming lecture on May 24 at 6 PM. Professor Yuan-Kang Wang from Western Michigan University will deliver this lecture to have a closer look at China’s growing role in the international arena. It would be our greatest pleasure to have more students with us if their schedule allows. Please register here:
【社科院ETP系列講座】My journey to INGOs
Speaker：Jennifer Ho/Deputy Director of APCASO Jennifer Ho / Deputy Director of APCASO Jennifer Ho is a feminist and a human rights activist with more than 20 years of experience in working with and advocating for the rights of vulnerable and marginalized populations and communities in Asia and the Pacific. She is currently the Deputy Director of APCASO, a regional civil society network of community-based and non-governmental organizations on health, human rights, and social justice in Asia and the Pacific. She has worked on, and continues to work on issues and challenges relating
One Belt and One Road Initiative
Join us for 3 online lectures with Prof. Shigehisa Kasahara CourseInvited lectureDate & timeGoogle Meet connection1. Economic Development of ChinaOne Belt and One Road Initiative3:10~6:00pm, Tue, Oct. 12, 2021meet.google.com/esq-frux-oan 2. Taiwan, China, and Regional DevelopmentRegional integration beyond ASEAN – ASEAN-Plus, APEC, etc.3:10~6:00pm, Tue, Oct. 19, 2021meet.google.com/obz-cnfg-fvd 3. Economic Development of TaiwanComparative Economic analysis of former Japanese colonial territories: Taiwan vs South Korea (industrial structure)3:10~6:00pm, Wed, Oct. 27, 2021meet.google.com/ocy-fgzy-uic Note: These three courses are offered for International master program and student number for each course is around 10~15 person.
Development Policies of North Korea
Join us for a lecture on LINE with Dr. Theo Clement (Double PhD, Universities of Lyon and Vienna)Adjunct Assistant Professor of Pyongyang University of Science and Technology May 31 & June 7, 2021
The Role of Hong Kong in Sino-American Relations
Join us for a lecture on LINE with Professor Simon Shen of The University of Hong Kong June 1, 2021 Scan the QR code to attend
IMAS Summer Course: Border Conflicts and Cross-border Coopetition in Europe and East Asia. Space, Power and Politics in Comparative Perspective.
IMAS will offer a course during summer vacation: Border Conflicts and Cross-border Coopetition in Europe and East Asia. Space, Power and Politics in Comparative Perspective. Instructor: Jarosław Jańczak & Anna Potyrała / Faculty of Political Science and Journalism at Adam Mickiewicz Course Time: Theme one14:00~18:00 (Taipei Time), Wednesdays and Fridays between June 25 and July 9.Attention: Class on June 25 starts at 14:00 and ends at 16:00.Instructed by Professor Jaroslaw JanczakTheme two15:00~19:00 (Taipei Time), Tuesdays and Fridays between August 17 and August 31 Attention: Class on August 17 starts at 15:00 and ends at
IMAS Guest Lecture: Studying Politics in Robin Hood’s Home Town
Students are invited to attend the online lecture in cooperation with the University of Nottingham. The session will take place at the General Building (North Wing), F12 Room 271203. Sign up here!
Guest Lecture: My Life’s Journey Across 3 Continents, 6 Cultures, and 12 Languages: Observations and Lessons Learned
GIDS and IMAS jointly organised a lecture inviting Dr. Kubler, Visiting Professor at National Tsing Hua University, to share his experience in living and working in different intercultural and international settings.
IMAS Public Lecture: Survivability of Somaliland
IMAS invited students to join the lecture on "Survivability of Somaliland: State-Building, Democratisation and Taiwan-Somaliland Relationship" by guest speaker Somaliland representative Mohamed Hagi.