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UTP Talks Presents the Book Launch for Global Taiwanese

UTP Talks Presents the Book Launch for Global Taiwanese

Friday, June 18 | 12:00 NOON EST

Join us for the book launch of Global Taiwanese, featuring author Fiona Moore in conversation with contributors Rueylin Hsiao (National Cheng-Chi University), Dorothy A. Yen (Brunel University London), and “Mrs. Wang,” a key informant based in Toronto. The discussion will be moderated by Elena Giovannoni (Royal Holloway).


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