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Julie Kinnaird | September 14, 2021

Want to learn more about Taiwan? Join NCTAN on OCTOBER 9th for a half-day overview of Taiwan from historical, culinary, and anthropological lenses with experts from the University of North Carolina and the University of South Carolina. This event will be free and open to the public. For any questions regarding this event, please direct your questions to North Carolina Teaching Asia Network (NCTAN) Director Shuyi Lin at or South Carolina Teaching About Asia Director Krista Van Fleit at


  • Taiwan at the Table: A Modern Culinary History
    Michelle King, Associate Professor of History, UNC-Chapel Hill
  • Taiwan: The Most Dangerous Place on Earth
    Michael Tsin, Professor of History, UNC-Chapel Hill
  • Gender and Popular Culture in Taiwan
    Marc Moskowitz, Professor of Anthropology, University of South Carolina

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Participants will receive a certificate from North Carolina Teaching Asia Network & South Carolina Teaching Asia Network confirming 3.5 hours of professional development. Educators interested in designing lesson plans for NCTAN from this workshop may be further eligible for a $100 stipend.