Wang Gungwu

Taiwan's 2020 Tang Prize Laureate Wang Gungwu to Talk about the Many Faces of Sinology

Tuesday, September 15, 2020 - 1:00pm

The Tang Prize Foundation and National Chengchi University will co-host the 2020 Tang Prize Masters' Forum for Sinology, scheduled to take place from 2p.m.

Key Points: 
  • The Tang Prize Foundation and National Chengchi University will co-host the 2020 Tang Prize Masters' Forum for Sinology, scheduled to take place from 2p.m.
  • Prof. Wang Gungwu, 2020 Tang Prize winner in Sinology and world authority on the study of the Chinese overseas, will speak on the topic, "The High Road to Pluralist Sinology."
  • The Tang Prize in Sinology recognizes the study of Sinology in its broadest sense, which encompasses not only Chinese philology, linguistics, literature and art but also Chinese thought and history.
  • It is for all these achievements that he was awarded the 2020 Tang Prize in Sinology.

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Her work laid a strong foundation for the world's march towards a sustainable future.

Key Points: 
  • Her work laid a strong foundation for the world's march towards a sustainable future.
  • Renowned historian Wang Gungwu won the prize in Sinology, "for his trailblazing and dissecting insights on the history of the Chinese world order, Chinese overseas, and Chinese migratory experience.
  • Established by Taiwanese entrepreneur Dr. Samuel Yin, the biannual Tang Prize consists of four categories, namely Sustainable Development, Biopharmaceutical Science, Sinology and Rule of Law, with NT$ 40 million (approx.
  • Through promoting the interaction and cooperation between culture and technology, it aims to find a 21st century path to the sustainable development of the world.

Amid Turmoil, 2020 Tang Prize Laureates Strive for An Orderly New World

Sunday, June 21, 2020 - 5:30am

Her work laid a strong foundation for the world's march towards a sustainable future.

Key Points: 
  • Her work laid a strong foundation for the world's march towards a sustainable future.
  • Renowned historian Wang Gungwu won the prize in Sinology, "for his trailblazing and dissecting insights on the history of the Chinese world order, Chinese overseas, and Chinese migratory experience.
  • Established by Taiwanese entrepreneur Dr. Samuel Yin, the biannual Tang Prize consists of four categories, namely Sustainable Development, Biopharmaceutical Science, Sinology and Rule of Law, with NT$ 40 million (approx.
  • For more information, please visit the prize's official website at https://www.tang-prize.org/en/first.php
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