Tune into Taiwan Today as Natalie Tso speaks with Bill Stanton, the former director of the American Institute in Taiwan and a professor and chief advisor of the International College at National Taiwan University. Stanton shares about his recent article citing how China is influencing US policy through cultivating ties with influential US political families.
Tune into Taiwan Today as Natalie Tso speaks with the chairman of the Chabad Taipei Jewish Center, Ross Feingold, about a recent incident in which an American photographer spotted a Nazi flag in a betel nut store and labeled the Taiwanese as "clueless". The Taipei Jewish Center released a statement condemning the use of the Nazi flag but also rejecting any stereotypes of the Taiwanese. Feingold shares his community's perspective on the incident and his experience living in Taipei dealing with common perceptions of Jewish culture.
Tune into Taiwan Today as Natalie Tso speaks with Professors Harry Harding and Syaru Shirley Lin about their careers and insights into success. Lin was the youngest Asian woman to be a partner at Goldman Sachs and then made a career change to become a professor. She now teaches at University of Virginia and is the author of Taiwan's China Dilemma. Harding is a prominent expert and author on China and has advised many US presidents on China policy. He is the founder of the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy at University of Virginia. They both were visiting professors at National Chengchi University.
Tune into Taiwan Today as Natalie Tso speaks with visiting professors Harry Harding and Syaru Shirley Lin about Chinese President Xi Jinping's intentions for reunification and Taiwan's response. Harding is a leading China expert and has advised many US presidents on China policy. Lin is the author of Taiwan's China Dilemma. They teach at University of Virginia and were visiting professors at National Chengchi University.