Fulbright Taiwan

Fulbright Taiwan

Fulbright Taiwan starts its Digital Storytelling initiative since 2012. U.S. and Taiwan Fulbrighter's unscripted interviews are avalible on Fulbright Taiwan YouTube Channel at: video.fulbright.org.tw, also here on Research & Reflections.

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This video provides a brief overview of indigenous health disparities in Taiwan, and covers current injury prevention programs and research with indigenous communities in Taiwan.
Stephen Pan is a social epidemiologist who focuses on the health of minority populations in mainland China and Taiwan. As a Fulbright Post-Doctoral Senior Scholar at National Dong Hwa University, he is working with Taiwanese researchers and community organizations to better understand how unintentional injury fatalities can be prevented in indigenous communities.

Karissa Chen: The Hundred-Mile Ditch, A novel

Wednesday, 30 November 2016 09:22
Karissa Chen's reflects on several months of novel research on the stories of post-1949 migrants to Taiwan and related history.
Karissa Chen is the author of "Of Birds and Lovers." Her work has been published in numerous publications, including PEN America, Gulf Coast, Guernica, and The Toast. She is the Senior Literature Editor at Hyphen magazine, and a co-founding editor of Some Call It Ballin.
An ever changing global environment and increasing species loss demands new approaches to ecosystem protection. By translating the importance of nature into dollar values we can integrate nature into planning policies. However, this work remains costly, the research analyses and critiques the rapid valuation methods in order to scale and democratize ecosystem economic valuation, specifically for the coral reefs of Taiwan.
Nathaniel Maynard is a Fulbright Fellow working with the National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium. He is researching biological coral surveys and economic modeling in order to determine the total economic value of the Kenting National Park. He received his Master's degree in International Environmental Policy the Middlebury Institute of International Studies.
Dr. Yang compares characteristics and motives of cross-border Merger and Acquisitions (M&A) across the Strait and explores how firms are integrated after acquisitions.
Dr. Monica Yang is Associate Professor of Business and Management at Adelphi University. As a Fulbright Senior Scholar at Department of International Business at National Chengchi University, she studiescross border M&A activities among Taiwan, China and Hong Kong.
Diane Choi is a filmmaker who delves into what makes humans tick. She created a post-recession superhero in "Hero for Hire" (2015 Independent Days Filmfest), then shot Beijing's migrant villages for the documentary "被流放 (Made to Wander)." Most recently she edited the Best Cinematography winner at the Tainan 39-Hour Short Film Contestival, "紅 (She Wore Red)."

Debory Yi Li: The Evolution of Taiwanese Identity

Wednesday, 02 September 2015 14:46

    USC graduate This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. came to Taiwan for an independent documentary project on Taiwanese identity. She spent ten months working at the Taiwan Public Television Service Foundation as an intern and on her project. Debory found wealth of experiences and a depth of understanding that coincided with the vision of Fulbright Taiwan, “a world with a little more knowledge and a little less conflict.”






    Over the course of the eighteenth century in Qing China, increasing categories of criminal cases began to be processed within a militarized judicial track emphasizing speed, simplicity, and finality. This represented a significant structural change to China’s judicial system and is well illustrated by criminal desertion cases.

    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Ph.D. Candidate, Chinese history, Georgetown University. John graduated from West Point in 1995 and has a JD degree from the University of Florida (2001). He served as a judge advocate in the US Army from 2001-2011 with two tours in Iraq. He is married to Mrs. Yali Gregory, and they have five children. Beginning this summer, he will serve as an Academy Professor at West Point.






    Dr. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. entered a 99 percent Indigenous community in Yilan, Taiwan to develop cultural Empowerment program. She focused on the community-school base in her curriculum development and assessment and she identified a niche emphasizing ethnic identity and educational opportunity. Dr. Yeh worked closely with Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA), Mikael Owunna, and a local English teacher, Jennifer Huang, to establish this curriculum about cultural empowerment. The exciting results and student work will be displayed in a 2014 exhibition in the National Taiwan Museum. 
    葉晶博士深入宜蘭縣南澳鄉協助泰雅族部落開發文化賦權課程。她的研究主要圍繞著以社區和學校為基礎的課程建構與評鑑,尤其著重在族群認同及教育機會等。她與宜蘭英語協同教師Mikael Owunna及本地英語教師黃嘉雯共同開發了一系列的文化賦權課程,並預計於2014年於國立臺灣博物館展出相關成果。
    Fulbright Senior Scholar Dr. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. shared his pedagogical activities that encourage students to analyze business opportunities and risks in the ASEAN countries from a Taiwanese company’s perspective. 
    Dr. Daniel C. Indro is an Associate Professor of Finance at Penn State University’s Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies. He received his MBA and Ph.D. in Finance from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University in Bloomington. His undergraduate degree is from Widya Mandala Catholic University in Indonesia.
    丹尼爾: 誰是亞洲之虎繼任者?談東協經濟情勢
    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. shares his research on Daoqian (道潛), a Buddhist monk lived in Song Dynasty, who is a close friend of Shu-shi (蘇軾). There was a large amount of Daoqian's poetry survived and gave Jason an opportunity to look at the poetry used in social situation, in different kinds of poetry games, and other things monks would participate in that period of time. Jason also shares his observation of the research environment and resources in Academia Sinica in Taiwan with the support of Fulbright Scholarship.
    Jason Protass is a Ph.D. candidate at Stanford University’s Department of Religious Studies and affiliated with the Ho Center for Buddhist Studies at Stanford. Previously a visiting researcher at Ryukoku University in Kyoto, Japan. Jason has been working on his dissertation this year at Academia Sinica’s Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy.