Taiwan and USA after Taiwan’s election

    Posted on: 2020-10-12

Taiwan and USA after Taiwan’s election

Civil society groups in Europe like Taiwan Corner can arrange successful public events organized and planned by themselves. In Copenhagen, it is difficult to get people to come to a public debate meeting about a topic like Taiwan. But we succeeded. Not only got we a famous journalist and a wellknown USA commentator to come, we reached almost 10.000 people online by advertisements. In addition, we invited several politicians which now know more about Taiwan and Taiwan Corner







By Taiwan Corner

On March 4 2020, USA’s strategy towards Taiwan and Asian was discussed in Copenhagen with Taiwan Corner’s chairman Michael Danielsen, USA commentator Philip Christian Ulrich from Kongressen.com and journalist Anne Sofie Allarp.

“This event shows that civil society groups in Europe like Taiwan Corner can arrange successful public events organized and planned by themselves. In Copenhagen, it is difficult to get people to come to a public debate meeting about a topic like Taiwan. But we succeeded. Not only got we a famous journalist and a wellknown USA commentator to come, we reached almost 10.000 people online by advertisements. In addition, we invited several politicians which now know more about Taiwan and Taiwan Corner”, says Michael Danielsen, chairman of Taiwan

During the presentation, Michael Danielsen talked about how uncertainty about Taiwan’s international status can impact Taiwan’s future negatively. Philip Christian Ulrich explained how USA’s policy can change with the next election, and how USA is handling both China and Taiwan in the past and today.

From the left, Philip Christian Ulrich from Kongressen.com, journalist Anne Sofie Allarp and Michael Danielsen from Taiwan Corner.

There was a lively debate with the audience that lasted for one hour after the presentations We talked about Taiwan’s history, USA policy towards China and Taiwan and theTaiwan’s election and consequences.

Networking during the break.