Cross-Strait relations have been dragged down with the ongoing Sino-U.S tensions. As we enter 2023, Cross-Strait relations have warmed slightly after KMT Vice Chairman Andrew Hsia and his delegation received a warm welcome in Mainland China. But with 2024 being an election year on the island, can the thawing of relations continue?
Dr Tommy Kwan Chung-yin, lecturer and columnist, will present his analysis of how Cross-Strait relations might play out. He will also discuss how Taiwan politics, especially the 2024 election platforms, may impact future Cross-Strait relations.
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Dr Tommy Kwan Chung-yin
Tommy Kwan Chung-yin is a Lecturer with the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) of the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (FLASS) at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK). He received his PhD in the Department of Politics and International Studies at SOAS, University of London, focusing on the relationship between political parties and social movements in Taiwan. He used to be a Resident Fellow at University of Tübingen in Germany, and a visiting associate at the Academia Sinica in Taiwan. He received his MSc in Politics of China from SOAS, University of London.
Dr Kwan is also a writer in Hong Kong and a regular contributor of Ming Pao. He comments on Hong Kong and Taiwan’s political and cultural scenes. His recent books Learnings from Solitude and Old World in a New Day (both published by the China Times Publishing) are anthology of essays.
|Date and Time
||2023/03/15 12:00 to 13:30
||Chamber Theatre (22/F United Centre) and Online via Zoom
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