WeMeet Series—臺灣人才流動與青年在臺北創業的契機 暨《志氣-為人才而戰》紀錄片分享會

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Time: 7pm-9:30pm, Wednesday, July 09, 2014
Location: MIT Building 4, Room 4-163 182 Memorial Dr., Cambridge, MA
RSVP: 
https://www.facebook.com/events/665266153566443/

有人說臺灣回不去了。我們真的回不去臺灣嗎?

臺灣被預估將成為人才斷層最嚴重的國度。在世界各國無不以龐大資源爭才、育才、將人才提升至國家戰略的此際,台灣如何提供更好的土壤,讓人才的志氣茁壯?面對巨變,台灣下一波人才勢力如何盤整?

7月9日星期三晚上7:00在MIT 4-163教室, 青商會與MIT ROCSA邀請到在臺北力推青年職涯發展、幸福企業的臺北市政府勞動局陳業鑫局長,談臺灣人才流動與青年在臺北創業的契機。會中並將播放之前曾來MIT、哈佛訪問拍攝的天下雜誌《志氣-為人才而戰》紀錄片,看波士頓的我們能為臺灣做什麼、看臺灣能讓我們做什麼。

講者:陳業鑫
臺北市政府勞動局局長

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WeMeet Series- 《賽德克‧巴萊》與台灣後殖民狀況- [2014年頂尖大學訪問學人學術論壇系列]

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Time: 6:30pm, Thursday, March 20, 2014
Location: 
MIT Media Lab, room 244
Building E14, 75 Amherst Street
Cambridge, MA
RSVP: 
https://www.facebook.com/events/222324047968254/

《賽德克‧巴萊》是台灣在地電影工業有史以來最大的投資,2011電影上映時,不僅在台灣,同時也在亞洲與世界各地造成風潮。本次演講將聚焦這部電影,進一步討論電影本身所披露的台灣後殖民狀況。電影以1930年霧社歷史事件為題材,本身是一部歷史電影,但霧社事件的政治性也因此賦予了電影深刻的政治意涵。演講將以電影敘述與其美學表現為主軸,討論電影如何描繪一個消失的部族,以及這一描繪對於當前台灣可能帶來的政治效應。

講者李育霖為哈佛大學訪問學者、中興大學台灣文學與跨國文化研究所副教授,主要研究領域包括台灣文學、比較文學、華語電影研究、翻譯研究等。著有專書Writing Taiwan: A Study of Taiwan’s Nativist Literature (2008)、《翻譯閾境
──主體、倫理、美學》(2009)。並譯有《德勒茲論文學》一書(2006)。

主辦:新英格蘭台灣青年商會 TYCCNE
協辦:駐波士頓臺北經濟文化辦事處教育組 Education Division, TECO / Boston


《 SeeDiq Bale》 is the most famous Taiwanese historical film directed by Wei Te-Sheng and produced by John Woo, based on Wushe Incident that happened in central Taiwan in 1930. This March, we are very honored to invite Dr. Yu-lin Lee, the visiting Taiwanese literature scholar at Harvard University, to be our WeMeet guest speaker. Dr. Lee will bring us back to the Wushe incident and focus on the movie plot an
d its influence on current Taiwanese culture and politics.


Event organization: Taiwan Youth Camber of Commerce of New England (TYCCNE)
Event collaboration: Education Division, Taipei Eco
nomic and Cultural Office in Boston (TECOB) 

SeeDiq Bale and the post colonial Taiwan

WeMeet: Music and Next?

Logo_WeMeetTime: January 16th, 2014 (Thur) 6:30 pm
Location: NRB Room 350, 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston, MA 02115 (Harvard University Longwood Campus)

RSVP: www.eventbrite.com/e/music-next-wemeet-series-tickets-10007523773  (This event is free and open to public.)

Taiwan Youth Chamber of Commerce of New England (TYCCNE) is deputing its first WeMeet in 2014 with a fascinating discussion on music around the world as well as career as a musician. Live steel drum music will be performed.

Invited speakers include: Ming-Hui Lin, founding member of the New England String Quartet and faculty at the NEC Prep School; Dr. Rosey Lee, Professor at Berklee College of Music; and Ssu-Yun Wang, recent graduate from Berklee College of Music.

Ming-Hui Lin is a founding member and cellist of the New England String Quartet, faculty member at the NEC Prep School, and the music director of the Boston Youth Music Charity group. Ms. Lin’s passion and career path to chamber music, education, and community engagements is a small step towards accomplishing one of her own lifetime goals, which is to give back to the world through her music and communication skill.

Dr. Rosey Lee received her Doctor of Musical Arts degree in 1999 from Boston University and is a Professor at Berklee College of Music in Boston. Her research in traditional Japanese music has received several grants and fellowships. She has written several works for concert band and symphony orchestra as well as outstanding solo and chamber works. Her compositions for piano, Sonata in Three Movements and 24 Solar Terms, were released by Centaur Records in 2008. Her music has been performed and recorded around the world.

Ssu-yun Wang recently graduated from Berklee College of Music, where she majored in jazz vibraphone performance and fell in love with the steel drum. She is now in an apprenticeship with “the Father of the modern steel drum”- the steel drum innovator Dr. Ellie Mannette, learning tuning and steel drum production.

TYCCNE, founded in 2010, is a registered non-profit organization committed to serving as a platform for community service, personal development, and cross-cultural dialogue in greater Boston area. Detailed information can be found on the group’s website https://www.tyccne.org or facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/541065142615368/

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