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Taiwan - China relationship, the history repeats itself.

Chi-Juei, WuTaichung Second Senior High School, TaiwanHigh SchoolThese days, more and more experts have shown they’re highly interested in the current relationship between the Both Sides of the Taiwan Strait. Not only because I’m a Taiwanese, but because this issue includes a ton of common problems that will occur in the international relations. For example, relations between Taiwan and China are fundamentally a question of power distribution under geopolitics. As many experts have mentioned…See More
Jun 28
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Taiwan - China relationship, the history repeats itself.

Chi-Juei, WuTaichung Second Senior High School, TaiwanHigh SchoolThese days, more and more experts have shown they’re highly interested in the current relationship between the Both Sides of the Taiwan Strait. Not only because I’m a Taiwanese, but because this issue includes a ton of common problems that will occur in the international relations. For example, relations between Taiwan and China are fundamentally a question of power distribution under geopolitics. As many experts have mentioned…See More
Jun 28
Chi-Juei, Wu's blog post was featured

Is it important to live in a democracy?

Chi-Jui, WuTaichung Second Senior High School, TaiwanHigh SchoolIs it important to live in a democracy? Before answering this question, we need to define what democracy is first.From a historical perspective, the so-called democratic system could be traced back to the ancient Greek Athens, in which the word “Democracy” is also derived from the Greek word “δημοκρατία,” meaning the assembly of the people. Nevertheless, the democratic system in Athens is very different from today's democratic…See More
Dec 30, 2018
Chi-Juei, Wu is now a member of Global Ethics Network
Dec 30, 2018

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Taichung Second Senior High School
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Business, Cities, Conservation, Culture, Democracy, Development, Diplomacy, Economy, Education, Finance, Food, Globalization, Human Rights, Innovation, Justice, Science, Security, Youth
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
Hi! I am Chi-Juei, better known as James.

I’m a high school student who is passionate about translating ideas into actionable insights and stories to drive decision-making, with a background in platform economy research and platform establishing.

In my free time, I enjoy mountain climbing, learning foreign languages ( Français, 中文) and code writing.

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Taiwan - China relationship, the history repeats itself.

Posted on June 27, 2019 at 12:00am 0 Comments

Chi-Juei, Wu

Taichung Second Senior High School, Taiwan

High School

These days, more and more experts have shown theyre highly interested in the current relationship between the Both Sides of the Taiwan Strait. Not only because Im a Taiwanese, but because this issue includes a ton of common problems that will occur in the international relations. For example, relations between Taiwan…

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Is it important to live in a democracy?

Posted on December 30, 2018 at 10:00am 0 Comments

Chi-Jui, Wu

Taichung Second Senior High School, Taiwan

High School



Is it important to live in a democracy? Before answering this question, we need to define what democracy is first.

From a historical perspective, the so-called democratic system could be traced back to the ancient Greek Athens, in which the word “Democracy” is also derived from the Greek word “δημοκρατία,” meaning the assembly of the people. Nevertheless, the democratic system in…

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