Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao, Ph.D., is the Director of Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica, and Professor of Sociology, National Taiwan University, in Taipei, Taiwan.
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After a period of relative calm, Beijing’s promotion of the ever expanding number of overseas Confucius Institutes (CIs) since 2004 came to the attention of the international community once again.
After the loss of the January 2012 presidential election, the opposition-Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in Taiwan had been searching for a new chairperson to lead the party. Since its defeat,
Taiwanese voters cast their ballots on November 27 under the shadow of an unexpected and mysterious gunshot on the eve of five special municipality elections. These five municipalities are home
Among U.S.-led like-minded alliances, a nascent China policy position has been formulated based on the idea of “international socialization” . The idea is to enmesh states in a compound network
Taiwan's voters will be going to the polls on March 22 to cast perhaps one of the nation's most important votes since the nation first directly elected its president in