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Event Cancelled - Taiwan 2004 Presidential Election: Impact and Implications
Tuesday, May 18, 2004

Special Debriefing

MIC will host a panel discussion to debrief the Taiwan presidential election, including the controversy over the results, the key issues and historical context as well as the long-term implications for Taiwan, China and the U.S. Panel members will include Dr. Hong Yang, director of the University of Minnesota China Center; journalist Carl Goldstein, who spent ten years as a correspondent for the Far Eastern Economic Review; Richard Kagan, professor of History at Hamline University and author of Chen Shui-bian: Building a Community and a Nation; and Catherine Born, MIC deputy director and one of the 250 international delegates invited by Taiwan to observe the election process.

This program is co-sponsored by the University of Minnesota China Center, which strives to be a statewide catalyst and resource for the promotion of educational, economic, governmental, and civic pursuits between Minnesota and mainland China and Taiwan.

  • Time: 5:30 - 7:30 P
  • Place: President's Room, Coffman Memorial Union, U of MN
  • Cost:
        $5 Member/Students
        $10 Non-Member

MIC regrets that you will be charged for cancellations made less than two full business days in advance of programs, or cancellations made after the registration deadline, if one is given.

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