Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Atlanta (TECO), along with The Claus M. Halle Institute for Global Learning and The Carter Center China Program, will present a seminar to celebrate the centennial of the Republic of China. The seminar, “The Revolution of 1911 and Its Continuing Impact on Political, Economic, and Social Developments in Mainland China and Taiwan,” will look back over the last 100 years, examine the present, and give insights into the Revolution’s continuing influence on mainland China and Taiwan.
Yawei Liu, PhD, Director of the Carter Center China Program, will serve as moderator. The speakers are Mary Brown Bullock, PhD, Visiting Distinguished Professor, Emory University; Hanchao Lu, PhD, Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology; and Kwei-Bo Huang, PhD, Associate Professor, National Cheng Chi University, Taiwan.
The event takes place on the third floor of the Robert W. Woodruff Library in the Joseph W. Jones Room on the campus of Emory University on Tuesday, September 6 from 4-6 p.m. The seminar is free and open to the public, but those wishing to attend must register by September 5 at