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National Chengchi University
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Culture, Diplomacy, Peace, Youth
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My name is Yuching Kao. I'm from department of diplomacy, National Chengchi University, Taiwan. I'm highly interested in cultural diplomacy, and I believe the power of young generation.

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Does the United States have an ethical obligation to support Taiwan?

Posted on April 30, 2013 at 8:28am 0 Comments

On November 28th, 2012 the Taiwanese band Mayday took to the stage to play a concert. For Mayday, this was no big deal. Fans in Taiwan routinely queue up at 7-11 hours before tickets go on sale, and Mayday songs are a staple in just about every KTV club on the island. Lead singer Ashin and company are seasoned pros, but this concert was nonetheless a little different than the others. Why?

Because it didn’t take place in Taipei. Or Kaohsiung. Or anywhere else in Taiwan. Or Asia,…


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