Time:13:00~16:00, Tuesday, November 8, 2022
Venue:R2319, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica (Meeting room limits up to 20 attendees, simultaneous video conferencing via WebEx will be available)
Topic 1:China-Myanmar Relations after the 1 February Military Coup
Speaker:Dr. Kristina Kironska (Advocacy Director, the Central European Institute of Asian Studies, Bratislava, Slovakia; Senior Researcher, Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech Republic)
Topic 2:Kremlin as the Patron of the Tatmadaw: Russia-Myanmar Relations in the Post-Coup Era
Speaker:Dr. Michał Lubina (Associate Professor, the Institute of Middle and Far Eastern Studies, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland; 2022 Taiwan Fellowship Scholar)
Interlocutor: Tsai-Wei Sun (Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of East Asian Studies, National Chengchi University)
Chair:Dr. Wen-Chin Chang (Research Fellow, RCHSS, Academia Sinica)
Online Registration: https://forms.gle/air8mpTbyqFpkYTK8
Registration Deadline:17:00, Monday, October 31, 2022
Website: https://www.rchss.sinica.edu.tw/TBMC/main.php
Organizer:Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies (CAPAS) of RCHSS, Academia Sinica
Contact Person:Ms. Canna Sun, (02) 2651-6862, canna@ssp.sinica.edu.tw

1.The organizer reserves the right to amend the program and to limit or refuse entry to any person at any times, and will preclude those who are absent twice without notice.
2.A confirmation email will be sent to you after the registration is closed.
3.Availability of space and format are subjected to change due to capacity reductions aligned with COVID-19 physical distancing guidelines. Attendees must follow all applicable COVID-19 regulations and guidance including specific face coverings and social distancing requirements. Food and drink, with the exception of water, are not allowed.

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