Retrospect of 2019 and Prospect to 2020

The Republic of China (Taiwan) is a young democracy characterized by its diversity. Taiwan’s domestic politics and relations with China are susceptible and tend to be influenced enormously by all kinds of factors both in the Island and from abroad. As a non-partisan private think tank, the Institute for National Policy has engaged in active research and organized conferences in regard to issues of great interest to national reforms and development for the last three decades. With a view to provide articulate information on Taiwan’s development, the INPR plans to sponsor a series of forums on public issues, conducted in English, for foreign embassies and institutes and international media in Taiwan. You are cordially invited to participate in the “Form on Retropect of 2019 and Prospect to 2020”

Retrospect of 2019 and Prospect to 2020

Sponsors: Institute for National Policy Research, Taiwan Democracy Foundation

Time: Dec. 18 (Wed) 13:30 至 1:30

Place:Chang Yung-fa Foundation International Convention Center F) (Room 1003 10F, No.11, Zhongshan S. Rd., Taipei 10048, Taiwan (R.O.C)

* Please feel free to assign delegates as replacements if you can't make it
* Please register before Dec. 13 due to seat availablity, thank you!



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