Experiencing the Taiwanese Culture through Hot Springs and Gourmet: “2022 Fulbright Midyear Conference for U.S. Grantees” Unveiled in Beitou Qiyan

During 2021-2022, the Foundation for Scholarly Exchange hosted 35 distinguished U.S. senior scholars, fellows, graduate students in different research fields, as well as debate coaches. To review their journey of the first half year of their grant period in Taiwan, FSE hosts the “2022 Fulbright American Scholars Midyear Conference” in Beitou Qiyan area on March 11-12, 2022.

Randall L. Nadeau, Executive Director Foundation for Scholarly Exchange
We have all U.S. Grantees sharing their insights and achievements with each other during the event, and guiding them to experience the unique hot springs culture and tasting local gourmets. At this event, we are honored to count the following keynotes’ participations, including Dr. Lin Hsuta, NDHU Professor of Ethnic Relations and Culture, Dr. Puma Shen, NTPU Assistant Professor of Criminology, as well as Dr. Chang Chia-Chien, NSYSU Assistant Professor of China and Asia-Pacific Region Studies. 

At the event gala on March 11, FSE arranged an impressive indigenous performance delivered by a regional indigenous dancing theatre, showing the rich cultural deposits of the Ilha Formosa to the audience.

Group Photo, 2021-2022 Fulbright U.S. Grantees
Group Photo, 2021-2022 Fulbright U.S. Grantees

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