Taiwan Conference

Kennesaw State University


 “The View from Beijing and Washington

after Taiwan’s 2012 Presidential Election”

Welcomed by:  Dr. Dan Papp

President, Kennesaw State University


 Dr. John Hsieh
Professor, University of South Carolina

Dr. John Garver
Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology

Dr. Yawei Liu
Director, Carter Center China Program

Dr. Penny Prime
Professor, Mercer University

Moderated by:  Peter White

President, Southern Center for International Studies


This conference will discuss the implications of the January 2012 presidential election in the Republic of China on Taiwan. The re-election of President Ma Ying-jeou signals the direction of cross-strait relations for the next four years.   How will this election impact Taiwan, and what are its near- and long term repercussions on mainland China?   These and other questions will be explored in a forum discussion with four prominent China experts.


Friday, February 24, 2012

9:00 a.m  Registration table opens

9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Conference

Program is at Prillaman Hall, Room 1105, Kennesaw State University

Tickets are free, but you must register to reserve a seat

Email:  chrish@scis.org  or  call 404-261-5763

Tickets will be at the registration table.


See link below for a map of the Kennesaw State University campus.  Prillaman Hall is Building #41.

Free parking is next door in the Central Parking Deck, Building #42.




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