Why Taiwan Matters-

the island’s soft power in the world
Event detail

A panel exhibit that explores the vitality and creativity that can be seen in all aspects of modern Taiwan, from the medical health sector to the ubiquitous convenience stores, from religion to music, and from industrial clusters to green technology.

By taking advantage of the country’s “soft power,” or gaining influence through persuasion rather than force, Taiwanese people have built a sense of national pride in their lifestyle which accompanied the “economic miracle” that characterized Taiwan in the 1970s

On the occasion of the centennial anniversary of the founding of the Republic of China, this exhibit shares with you Taiwan’s experience of innovation and development.

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