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Taiwan Is Indispensable in Preparing for Future Pandemics

Taiwan Is Indispensable in Preparing for Future Pandemics

By Hsueh Jui-yuan
As the WHO debates a new global health governance framework, Taiwan is left out of the discussion – to the detriment of future antipandemic efforts.

Sustainable Health Development in the Post-pandemic Era: Taiwan Can Help 

Sustainable Health Development in the Post-pandemic Era: Taiwan Can Help 

By Hsueh Jui-yuan
Taiwan has not been invited to the World Health Assembly since 2017. Taiwan’s inclusion would make the world healthier, more sustainable, and more equitable.
How Asia’s Digital Governance Beacon Balances Data Privacy and the ‘Public Good’

How Asia’s Digital Governance Beacon Balances Data Privacy and the ‘Public Good’

By Sam Robbins and Chia-Shuo Tang
Taiwan’s government has immense amounts of health data on its population. What it can do with that data is the subject of a decade-long lawsuit.

Why Taiwan Is Beating COVID-19 – Again

Why Taiwan Is Beating COVID-19 – Again

By Wayne Soon
How did Taiwan suppress this wave, even as Australia, Vietnam, and Singapore are struggling with an uptick of the virus?

Whether Fighting COVID-19 or the Next Pandemic, Taiwan Can Help

Whether Fighting COVID-19 or the Next Pandemic, Taiwan Can Help

By Shih-chung Chen
The world cannot build a resilient and inclusive global health system while excluding Taiwan from participating.

Taiwan Accused of Failing to Protect Medical Rights of Southeast Asian Workers

Taiwan Accused of Failing to Protect Medical Rights of Southeast Asian Workers

By Nick Aspinwall
A coalition held a protest outside Taiwan’s disease control center after several migrant workers said they were illegally terminated after getting sick.

How Taiwan’s History Illuminates the 2020 Election

How Taiwan’s History Illuminates the 2020 Election

By Evan Dawley and Wayne Soon
Taiwan's democratic culture -- and ties to Hong Kong -- long predate the 21st century.
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