How to present your views convincingly without stepping on others' toes? Jack Ma did it.
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Keynote speaking at Invite Taiwan conference, Kuala Lumpur
l On February 26, 2016, SinoPac Securities (永豐金證券) invited me to deliver the only keynote speech on the prospect of cross-strait relation and Taiwan political/Economic development to potential Malaysian investors on May 4 in Kuala Lumpur.
l My concern was if I could speak independent of any “party line” without any political constraint. They said yes. I then accepted the invitation.
l My topic was: ”The May 20 speech: Taiwan’s Economic and Political prospect after Tsai Ing-Wen’s Presidential Inauguration”.
l My opening remarks and the power point presentation are attached.
題目: 先強後韌: 習近平對外風格下的兩岸前景
China Forum – Taiwan-Japan
fishing agreement: Implications for regional security?
The May China Forum will feature a discussion with Dr Chong-Pin Lin of Taiwan’s National Defense University about the implications for regional security following the recent landmark agreement betweenTaiwan and Japan. The agreement defined their respective fishing rights in the East China Sea, including around the disputed Senkaku/Diaoyutai islands. These islands are administered by Japan, but the governments in Tokyo, Beijing and Taipei all regard the islands as their sovereign territory. The islands are at the centre of heightened tensions between Beijing and Tokyo.
Details of the event are as follows:
Date: Thursday, 16 May 2013
Time: 3.00pm – 5.00pm (refreshments will be served)
Place: Lowy Institute for International Policy
Level 1, 31 Bligh Street, Sydney
RSVP: By Friday, 10 May by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Director, East Asia Program
Lowy Institute for International Policy
Dr Chong-Pin Lin is currently Adjunct Professor at the Graduate Institute of Strategic Studies at Taiwan’s National Defense University. He served for eight years in the government of the Republic of China, including Deputy Defense Minister and the First Vice Chairman of the ministerial-level Mainland Affairs Council. He has authored numerous books, most recently Global Shift: Exploring the Roots of Rising Disasters (2012). Dr Lin obtained a doctorate in government from Georgetown University in the United States and has held teaching and research positions in Taiwan and the United States.