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Curriculum

                                        
                        First Semester
Name of the Subject
Professor
Activities description
Modern History of Republic of China (Taiwan)
Dr. Kwo-Wei Kung
This course will explore the special events that happened in China from the mid Ching Dynasty to the end of last century. In addition to illustrating the causes and results of such events, we will compare them with international situation during the same period, in order to manifest the true historic meaning of the events. This course, also will present separately the outline of Taiwan during the Japanese colonial period and the dominion of KMT, explaining the politics, economics and social development during the past 100 year on the Island.
Relations between Taiwan Neighboring Countries
 
Dr. Fu-Chuan Huang
The course aims to explore the interaction between Taiwan and the major Asian countries. The course is designed by an introduction of East Asian countries’ development and current challenges, followed by presenting multiple dimensions of interactions between Taiwan and Asia: political and economic relations, brain drain and Asian immigrants, corporate organization, identity conflict among Chinese societies, East Asia food security regime, Taiwan’s participation and initiatives in the APEC, etc. The course aims to provide students an overview of Taiwan’s relation with Asia.
Asian Multicultures
Dr. Hsiao-Chuan Chen
From historical and geographic point of view, this course provides a thorough overview of Asian culture: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Indian, Philippine, Malaysian and Indonesian culture. It also studies the different cultures in Asia through its arts, literature, thoughts, religions and society
systems. The “Silk Road” and the “The voyages of Zheng He”, great events for the culture exchange, are included.
                    
                        

                        Second Semester
Name of the Subject
Professor
Activities description
Taiwan Culture and Values Studies
Dr. Hsiao-Chuan
Chen
 
This course is intended to become an avenue in which you can travel through it to grasp the reality of Taiwan quickly. For this reason, I propose different facets to get to know the society and culture of this beautiful island. Apart from the midterm and final exam, the class in its general structure is divided into 16 units.
Relations between Asia and Latin America
 
Dr. Fu-Chuan Huang
The purpose of the course is to explore the interaction between Asia and Latin America in the Asia-Pacific region.The class is divided into several sub-theme studies to explore the intra-region's economic, trade, political, diplomatic interaction and immigration phenomena in the Asia-Pacific region.
Security Topics on Asia and the Pacific 
Dr. Fabricio A. Fonseca
This course is designed to bring Latin American students closer to some of the most relevant security-related topics in the Asia-Pacific region, with a special emphasis on Taiwan. Different theories will be presented throughout the semester, in order to provide more tools to students to better understand and discuss the issue of regional security, and understand the challenges facing Taiwan and the countries around it.
Political Framework in Northeast Asia
Dr. Kwo-Wei Kung This course is to introduce the development and interactions between China, Japan and the two Koreas in the field of history, politics and economics, and also on issues of foreign policy and regional security.



                        Third Semester

Name of the Subject

Professor

Activities description

 Governments and Politics in Southeast Asian Countries

Dr. Hsiu-Chi Wang

The democratization and economic development of the independent southeast Asian countries has been an important topic after the II World War. In front of the resistance of the authoritarian regimes, they are heading forward. In this course we are going to understand the process of their democratization and their governments.

Regional Disputes in Southeast Asia and South Asia

 

Dr. Hsiu-Chi Wang

This course explore the overview of Southeast Asian national associations and to understand the impact of the South China Sea regional dispute on the security of Southeast Asia. Including the disputes over island reefs and the development process, as well as the position of the ASEAN and neighboring countries on the dispute over the South China Sea, and Taiwan's policies and propositions on the South China Sea dispute. 
The second part focuses on the development of regional conflicts in South Asian countries and the impact of these conflicts on the security of the region.

Economic Development of Southeast Asia

Dr. Kwo-Wei Kung

This course is mainly to analyze: 1) Development process of ASEAN and
internal economic cooperations; 2) the economic development track of ASEAN members; 3) trade relations between ASEAN and neighboring
countries; 4) the current situation and outlook of Asia-Pacific regional
integration.
 

 

 



                        Fourth Semester
Name of the Subject
Professor
Activities description
China's "Belt and Road Initiative" in Latin America and the Caribbean
Dr. Kwo-Wei Kung
This course explores, through the realization of the "Belt and Road Initiative" in Latin America, the foreign policy of China towards Latin America.
 Foreign Policy of the Republic of China
Dr. Hsiu-Chi Wang
This course wants to present the development of ROC´s foreign policy based on the political history, the challenges ROC has faced during its history, and its transformation. Besides, we want to understand the background, strategy,and performance of ROC foreign policy. From ¨One China only¨, ¨substantive diplomacy¨, pragmatic diplomacy¨, to the present ¨diplomacy for survival, hoping to give the students a panorama view of the past, present and future of ROC´s foreign policy.


     

 

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