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2016/01/18 The 2016 presidential and legislative election in taiwan two political briefing events for international audience

The 2016 Presidential and Legislative Election in Taiwan

Two Political Briefing Events for International Audience

The attention to Taiwan is squarely on the January 16th Presidential and Legislative election. What are the possible outcome and consequences we should expect in this election? Is this one any different than previous elections in 2000 and/or in 2008? What could be changed due to the election? What are the structural factors shaping the outcome, before and/or after the election? What are the important observables we need to know to grasp the political context? Will this election serve as the watershed moment for the evolution of Taiwan’s party system?

The Taiwan Thinktank will hold two events, one before and one after the election, to help our international friends to better understand its meaning and possible consequences. The first event will be held on January 13th, 2:00-4:00 pm in the Taiwan Thinktank office. We will provide the opinion survey the Taiwan Thinktank conducted from 2014-2015, to give our audience the sense of the changes of Taiwanese voters’ attitude and concern over the years. We also will invite several experts to comment from different angles about what should be looked at in this election and what’s their relevance to the domestic and external politics of Taiwan.

The second event, on the post-election readout, will be held on January 18th 2:00-4:00 pm at the same location and in a similar format as the previous event. This event will focus on the changes and the possible evolution of Taiwan’s internal development and external behavior in the months or years to come. It will touch upon the reading of Taiwan’s post-election political geography, the possible development of Taiwan’s party system, the relationship between president-elect and the current administration and the external challenges facing the incoming government etc.  

(1)Pre-Election Political Briefing

Time: January 13th, 14:00-16:00 pm

Venue: the Taiwan Thinktank Office (8F, #9, Ai-Guo West Road, Taipei)

 

Host:   I-Chung Lai, Vice-President, the Taiwan Thinktank

Panelists:

Cheng-Feng Shih, Professor, Department of Indigenous Affairs and Ethno-Development, National Dong Hwa University

Steven Wang, Assistant Professor, Institute of European Studies of Nanhua University

Yao-Nan Hung, Xsmart Exchange CEO

 

14:00-14:05: Opening Remarks

14:05-14:35: Briefing based on Taiwan Thinktanks’ 2014-2015 Opinion Survey

14:35-15:20: Round-table discussion

15:20-15:50: Q&A

15:50-16:00: Concluding Remarks

 

(2)Post-Election Political Readout

Time: January 18th, 14:00-16:00 pm

Venue: the Taiwan Thinktank Office (8F, #9, Ai-Guo West Road, Taipei)

 

Host:   I-Chung Lai, Vice-President, the Taiwan Thinktank

Panelists:

Cheng-Feng Shih, Professor, Department of Indigenous Affairs and Ethno-Development, National Dong Hwa University

Steven Wang, Assistant Professor, Institute of European Studies of Nanhua University

Yao-Nan Hung, Xsmart Exchange CEO

 

14:00-14:05: Opening Remarks

14:05-14:35: Briefing on Political Demography based on Election Result

14:35-15:20: Round-table discussion

15:20-15:50: Q&A

15:50-16:00: Concluding Remarks

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