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 European City and Literature Writing: Immigration, Wander, Travel and Cultural Memory

Date: [2015-05-30]  02:00PM
Venue: Taipei Brick House
Speaker: Chung-Ying Yang, Shu-Ying Chang, Yao-chueh Juan, Shoou-Huey Chang, An-Yu Ni

1.Topic: “European City and Literature Writing: Immigration, Wander, Travel and Cultural Memory”
2.Time and Date: 14:00-16:30, May 30, 2015 (Sat.)
3.Location: Taipei Brick House (Address: West Bloc 4, Huashan 1914 Creative Park (Get in from Hangzhou North Road, near by National Audit Office) ; No.1, Sec. 1, Bade Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Taipei City.
European Union Centre in Taiwan, NTU Department of Foreign Languages, NTU Office of International Affairs, Taipei Brick House, Sino-German Cultural and Economic Association.
Remarks by Frederic Laplanche, Head of EETO
Remarks by Hung-Dah Su, Director General, EUTW
14:20-14:30 Coffee Break
Taiwan-European Culture Forum
Introduction of European Culture Forum
Chung-Ying (Sophia) Yang(Professor, Department of European Languages and Cultures, NCCU)
Guest Speakers:
Luisa Shu-Ying Chang(Professor, Department of Foreign Languages; Dean, Office of International Affairs - National Taiwan University)
Rachel Yao-chueh Juan (Professor, Department of European Languages and Cultures, NCCU)
Shoou-Huey Chang (Associate Professor of Department of Germany/Dean of College of European and Asia Languages, WZU)
AN-YU Ni (Adjunct Instructor of Department of Frence,TKU/Italian-Chinese Translator)

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