Special AGSC Event | Taiwan: Innovation, Investment and the Future of U.S. Trade in Asia
The Atlanta Global Studies Center (AGSC) is delighted to partner with Global Atlanta to present this special event!
Taiwan: Innovation, Investment and the Future of U.S. Trade in Asia
March 10, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.
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While the world reels from a raging pandemic, Taiwan holds concerts and donates medical masks to partners around the world. By holding COVID-19 at bay, Taiwan has proven that it’s not only an irreplaceable node in the world’s electronics and manufacturing infrastructure, but also a model for health care delivery and responsive democratic governance.
With the balance of security and innovation emerging as a fault line in the next era of globalization, Taiwan is positioning itself as a trusted platform for U.S. companies engaging with Asia, the world’s most dynamic region.
Join this webinar presented by the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Atlanta to gain a high-level view of partnership prospects in innovation, technology and trade under the new Biden administration.
Recorded Keynote: Mei-Hua Wang, Taiwan’s Minister of Economic Affairs: Understanding the trajectory of U.S.-Taiwan economic ties and trade talks under the newly inaugurated Biden administration.
Presentation: Dr. Peter Tsai, inventor of the core material for the N-95 mask, and professor emeritus in the University of Tennessee Department of Material Science and engineering: Fostering collaborative innovation in science and health care.
- John Woodward, Vice President of Global Commerce, Metro Atlanta Chamber
- Dr. Sue-ling Wang, President-elect, World Taiwanese Chambers of Commerce
- Dr. Jeffrey Yiin, Investment Professional, Sycamore Ventures
- Yi-lung Elliot Wang, Director-general, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Atlanta
- Martin Chen, Director of the Economic Division, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Atlanta
Moderated by: Trevor Williams, managing editor, Global Atlanta