Forum on “Business Opportunities and Technology Transfer - Taiwan and India" (Kao-Hsiung)

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Workshop on “How to Do Business in India?”
Focus on “Business Opportunities and Technology Transfer -
 Taiwan and India” Kso-Hsiung Session

DATEThursday January 17th 2019  9:30-16:00
VENUEInternational Conference Room, 10F Administraion Building, National Kaohsiung Normal University

Sponsored by: Ministry of Education, Republic of China (Taiwan)
Organized by: Resource Center for Economic and Industry-Academy Cooperation in India(RCEIAC), National Tsing Hua University(NTHU), National Chung Hsing University(NCHU), Tunghai University(THU), Providence University(PU), National Yunlin University of Science and Technology(Yuntek), National Kaohsiung Normal University(NHKU), Kaohsiung Medical University(KMU), National Pingtung University of Science and Technology(NPUST), Indian Education Society(IES)


Please link to the following website to complete the registration.
https://goo.gl/forms/mxM8QWkcPJo15on63

AGENDA :
09:15-09:30 Registration
09:30-09:45 Inauguration Prof. Wang Wei-Chung, Director, Center for India Studies, NTHU
Prof. Wu Lian-Shang, President, NKNU
Prof. Chun Zhen-Cheng, Director, Graduate Institute of Teaching Chinese, NKNU
Prof. Li Liang-Shi, Research Center for Southeast Asia and South Asia, NKNU
Prof. Mohan B. Rao, Associate Dean, External Collaborations, IES Management College
09:45-10:45 Business Opportunities in Taiwan and India (I) Chair
Prof. Yu Yuan-Tse, Dean, Office of Library and Info. Services, NKNU
Prof. Wu Chang-Zuo, Department of Industry Design NKNU
Speakers

(1) Mr. Nick Chang, Country Manager Asia Pacific, Moldex3D
“From Academia to Industry, Moldex3D's Journey in Plastics/Composite Industries”
(2) Prof. Long Way, Department of Wood Science and Design, NPUST
“Win-Win Strategy I : Taiwan & India Bamboo Industry Collaboration”
(3)
Assistant Prof. Kang K.C., College of Computing and Information, PU
“Win-Win Strategy II : The Education in Programming Language”
10:45-11:00 Networking & Tea Break
11:00-12:00 Business Opportunities in Taiwan and India (II) Chair
Prof. Kuo Rurng-Sheng, Dean, Office of International Affairs, NKNU
Prof. Tarn Da-Chun, Department of Business Management, NKNU
Speakers

(4) Prof. Hsu Chih-Neng, Chairman, Department of Medicinal and Applied Chemistry, KMU
Prof. Vinoth Kumar, Department of Medicinal and Applied Chemistry, KMU
“Win-Win Strategy III : The Future Cooperation Possibilities of Pharmaceutical Industry and Food Safety Issue between Taiwan and India from an Educational Viewpoint”

(5) Prof. Mohan B. Rao, Associate Dean, External Collaborations, IES
“Can India Taiwan Business Grow?”
(6) Mr. Manoj Kriplani, Century Development Corp.
“TIIP the investment integration Project”
12:00-13:00 Lunch
13:00-14:40 Industry- Academy Cooperation Chair
Prof. Chen Mu-Min, Dean, Office of International Affairs, NCHU
Prof. Wang Hui-Liang, Former Vice President, NKNU
Speakers

(7) Prof. Chen Chien-De, Department of Agronomy, NCHU
“Win-Win Strategy IV : Tea Workshop"
(8)
Mr. Mayur, Founder, Mayur Indian Kitchen
“Taiwan-India communication begins from the stomach”
14:00-15:00  Indian Food Feast
15:00-16:00 PANEL :
Business Opportunities in Taiwan and India (III)
Chair
Prof. Su Chun-Zeng, Vice President, National Yunlin University
Speakers
(1) Mr. Lin Ming-Cheng, Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, R.O.C
(2) Mr. Zhu Hun-Zhang, Director, Department of Higher Education, MOE
(3) Prof. Chang Y.H., Director, Department of Physics, NTU
Outline
How Does the Government Assist Our Business and Education Industry in Investing in India?  
16:00-16:10 Lottery Sponsored by Himalaya Taiwan
16:10 Valedictory Session Prof. Wang Wei-Chung, Director, Center for India Studies, NTHU
Prof. Wu Lian-Shang, President, NKNU
Prof. Chun Zhen-Cheng, Director, Graduate Institute of Teaching Chinese, NKNU
Prof. Mohan B. Rao, Associate Dean, External Collaborations, IES Management College ​