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Curriculum

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Curriculum

                                        
First Semester
 
 
Name of the Subject
Professor
Activities description
Taiwan and Latina America
Dr. Francisco Luis Pérez
An introduction to the relations between Taiwan and Latin America since 1949, from a historical and political perspective. Starting from the end of the Chinese civil war, traces the development of the links of Taiwan with Latin America, taking into account economic, political and military factors. It studies the different periods of the relation, and its future directions.
Relations between Taiwan and Asia
 
Dr. Francisco Luis Pérez
An introduction to the contemporary relations between Taiwan and the main countries of Asia, taking into account its geographical, historical, ethnic, economic, and political dimensions; as well as the main external actors, and multilateral and bilateral links of Taiwan with the rest of Asia.
Asian Multicultures
Dra. Lucía 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
Taiwanese Society and Culture
Dra. Lucía Chen
 
The principal goal of this course is to allow students to expeditiously learn many of the salient facts and features comprising the Taiwan experience. The people of Taiwan have witnessed very distinctive historical periods that taken together have forged the island a unique culture. This course explores Taiwan from an historical point of view, covering such topics as Taiwan before the 17th century, Taiwan under Dutch occupation, Taiwan under Koxinga´s reign, Taiwan during the Qing Dynasty, Taiwan as a Japanese colony, and Taiwan in the modern age. The course also touches on Taiwan's natural geography, its aboriginal culture, the difficult periods of exploitation, folk beliefs, cultural convictions, local cuisine, art activities, and economic development
Modern Chinese History
 
Dra. Elisa Wang
This is an introduction of the history of the most important Asian country: China in modern time, beginning with the Opium War until the present situation of China. Not only the most important incidents will be studies, but also the transformation of China in politics, economy and cultural aspect during more than one hundred years will be under our observation.
Security Topics on Asia and the Pacific 
Dr. Francisco Luis Pérez
The security in the Asian regions surrounding Taiwan is of paramount importance for Taiwan and the World. Tensions in the South and East China Sea are a menace to the World economic security and involve Taiwan’s future. In this subject we study the security of the regions of South and East Asia from the perspective of Taiwan and the World, focusing not only on the military dimension of security but also on its economic and social dimensions.

Third Semester

Name of the Subject

Professor

Activities description

 Foreign Policy of the Republic of China

Dra. Elisa 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.

Cross-strait Relations

 

Dra. Lucía Chen

A Strait is the symbol of protection and also means the barrier; a Strait connects the both sides of the land, has the function of the bridge. This course will discuss the relations between the both sides of Taiwan Strait from the historical point of view.

ASEAN and the South China Sea Diputes

Dra. Elisa Wang

The major focus of this course is on the background of establishment of the ASEAN, its development and problems it encountered. Next is to explore the geo-political environment of the islands in the South China Sea, the process of disputes and the ASEAN’s policy towards the South China Sea. Finally, it shall discuss the policy of Taiwan towards the South China Sea.

Cross-Strait Economic Coopeition

Dr. Gregorio Hung

1.To know the economic development of both sido of the Strait of Taiwan and the backgroup of its economic COOPETITION
2.To study the basic concept of the Cross-Strait economic coopetition and its perspective

Fourth Semester
Name of the Subject
Professor
Activities description
 Triangular Relation among China, Japan and Korea
Dr.Emilio 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.
ASEAN: Governments and Politics in Southeast Asia
Dra. Elisa 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.
Economic Development in Northeast Asia
Dr. Francisco Luis Pérez
An introduction to the Northeast Asia economy focusing on its historical background, present situation of national economies, national economic policies, main national economic sectors, regional integration processes, international economic relations, and prospects of the region as a whole and of its different national economies.
     
Economic Development of the ASEAN
Dr. Gregorio Hung 1. To introduce theories of economic development and regional economic integration
2. To explain the economic development of main members of the ASEAN
3. To analyze perspectives of the economic integration development of the ASEAN and its relations with main actors at the region

 

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