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LSE Public Lectures on Taiwan

The LSE has hosted several public lectures in recent years by distinguished persons from Taiwan. These events have been facilitated by various groups and individuals within the LSE, and among the most notable visits have been the following:

Friday 7 December 2007, 6:30pm-8:30pm, New Theatre, East Building, London School of Economics (LSE) 
Dr Jason Hu (Mayor of Taichung City): To Culture a Pearl: the visionary growth of Taichung| [PDF]
Chair: Dr Paul-François Tremlett (Committee Member, Taiwan Culture Research Programme)
Organiser: LSE Taiwanese Society

Wednesday 10 January 2007, 6pm-7:30pm, Old Theatre, Old Building, London School of Economics (LSE)  
Professor Tu Cheng-Sheng (Minister of Education, Taiwan): Taiwan's Educational Reform and the Future of Taiwan|
Chair: Professor Stephan Feuchtwang (Director, Taiwan Culture Research Programme)
Organiser: Taiwan Culture Research Programme
Venue: The Old Theatre

Wednesday 8 March 2006, 7:15pm-8:30pm, Room D402, Clement House, London School of Economics (LSE)  
Ms Yeh Chu-lan (Mayor of Kaosiung City): Politics in Taiwan Today|
Chair: Professor Athar Hussain (Director, Asia Research Centre)
Organiser: Taiwan Culture Research Programme  

Monday 13 February 2006, 6:30pm-8:30pm, Old Theatre, Old Building, London School of Economics (LSE)   
Dr Ma Ying-jeou (Chairman, KMT): Bridging the Divide|
Chair: Dr Chris Hughes (Asia Research Centre)
Organiser: Dr Chris Hughes

Monday 6 December 1999, 6:30pm-8:30pm, Old Theatre, Old Building, London School of Economics (LSE)   
Mr Chen Shui-bian (Former Mayor of Taipei City): The Third Way for Taiwan: a new political perspective|
Chair: Professor Anthony Giddens, (Director of the LSE)
Organiser: LSE Conference Office
Venue: The Old Theatre

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