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Prof. Man-houng Lin Gives a Taiwan Lectures on Chinese Studies at Leiden University, the Netherland 
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NCL Invited Prof. Yu-yu Cheng to Give Taiwan Lectures on Chinese Studies in Malaysia 
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NCL Co-host Taiwan Lectures on Chinese Studies with University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) 
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Taiwanese Philosophy and the Preservation of Confucian Tradition International Conference and Book Exhibition Held at the University of Ljubljana by NCL 
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“Taiwan Lectures on Chinese Studies” invites Professor Hua-Yuan Hsueh to deliver a lecture at The University of Tokyo 
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“Taiwan Lectures on Chinese Studies” invites Professor Lin Ho-Yi to deliver a lecture at Seoul National University 
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Visiting Scholars Invited to Celebrate and Experience Dragon Boat Festival 
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Foreign Scholars Experience Taiwan’s Rural Communities and Explore the Local Cultures of Yilan 
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“Lectures on Global Chinese Studies” invites Professor Rebecca E. Karl, New York Univeristy, to deliver a lecture 
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“Taiwan Lectures on Chinese Studies” invites Chiung-yun Liu, associate research fellow, to deliver a lecture at Sapienza University of Rome 
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