The Yushan Forum: Asian Dialogue for Innovation and Progress (ADIP) is a platform for Asian regional dialogue initiated by Taiwan, with the purpose of expanding multifaceted opportunities for cooperation and facilitating the exchange of ideas, talent, technologies and social initiatives. The event, which also seeks to deepen Taiwan’s partnerships with Asian nations, will feature the attendance of leaders, thinkers, innovators from across Asia, while also invite other like-minded countries to participate in dialogue.
The inaugural Yushan Forum themed Fostering Social and Economic Connectivity with Southeast and South Asia, was launched in 2017.
More than 800 participants from over 20 countries attended the forum, which included six sessions:
- Economy and Trade,
- Human Resources,
- Technological Innovation,
- NGO Engagement,
- Think Tank Collaboration
- and Youth Dialogue.
Participants of the Yushan Forum will be required to submit a reflective commentary (1,000 to 1,500 words) on their experience within one (1) week after the conclusion of the activity, preferably touching on at least one of the program themes.
A fully funded option to participate in the event is available.
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