Event in London – What is next for the Sunflower Movement?

    Posted on: 2014-10-04 (台灣) 出版

Event in London – What is next for the Sunflower Movement?

Why did Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement occupy the parliament for three weeks?

Did this undermine or strengthen democracy?

The Sunflower Movement showed public support for Taiwan’s democracy and for transparency in Taiwan’s relationship with China.

Recent events in Hong Kong parallel Taiwanese struggles for democracy, justice and freedom.

Come and meet Dennis Wei (魏揚) and Wu Cheng (吳崢), two principal leaders of the Sunflower Movement, to discuss the future for the Sunflower Movement and for civil society in Taiwan.

Sunflower Movement - Event in London - November 1 2014. Photo: J. Michael Cole, Far-Eastern Sweet Potato.

The event takes place in London:

Date: Saturday 1 November 2014
Time: 16.30 to 18.30

Registration required, make your registration here…

Location:
Room: The Venue – 1st floor
University of London Union
(ULU/Student Central)
Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HY

Click to see the location on a map here…

How to get there: http://www.student-central.co.uk/about/contact/gettinghere/

Organised by

  • Taiwan Corner, Denmark,
  • Taiwan Student Association UK (TSAUK) and
  • FAPA UK

This event is sponsored by Taiwan Brain Trust in association with Taiwan Corner.