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An Interview with Gro Harlem-Brundtland, Former Prime Minister of Norway

What would be your advice for students who are passionate about public health, women’s rights and other issues and who want to engage in policy-making and are thinking about a career in politics?

It is that you go somewhere where you think you can make a difference and where you can work with others to make things happen, to inspire others...

Sachs Sees Principle of Ubuntu as Focus of Sustainability and Poverty

The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) held its annual meeting this November 18, 2015, in Vienna, Austria. The meeting, which opened with speeches from academy presidents Bai Chunli and the Federal President of Austria Heinz Fischer, was attended by over 300 academicians representing 60 countries. Albie Sachs, the inaugural Tang Prize Laureate in Rule of Law, was invited by the academy to deliver the keynote speech on sustainable development and poverty.

Taitung high school wins Tang Prize competition

TAIPEI-The Tang Prize Foundation announced the winner of its creation competition for high school students, with Taitung's KungTung Technical Senior High School (公東高工) garnering the top award for its innovative invention that conveys the spirit of sustainable development.

Tang Prize--On the Road to Paris

Since COP21 Paris is just around the corner, the Tang Prize will be releasing a special edition of the Tang Prize Newsletter focusing on sustainable development and COP21 on November 16. Subscribers to the newsletter will have a chance to win a souvenir from Kyoto University.

Albie Sachs Calls for Equitable Sustainability at TWAS

Inaugural Tang Prize laureate in Rule of Law and former Justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa, Albie Sachs is set to speak at The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) annual meeting this week, November 18, 2015. His talk will reflect the central theme of the academy’s 26th General Meeting, sustainability in fields such as agriculture and food, science and technology, and poverty reduction.

Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR) Hopeful for Tang Prize

On October 30 the Deputy Chairman of the Board of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR) Vladimir Kvardakov visited the Tang Prize Foundation along with the head of the Department of Projects in Physics Aleksandr Akhmanov and the head of the Goal-Oriented Research Department Elena Rudtskaya. They were met by Tang Prize Foundation CEO Jenn-Chuan Chern, who introduced them to the Tang Prize....

Tang Prize CEO at SSMS Symposium Calls for Disaster Resilience

Tang Prize CEO Dr. Jenn-Chuan Chern, also current president of the Society for Social Management Systems (SSMS), recently participated in the 10th annual SSMS symposium on the theme "Resilient Region, Resilient City." The meeting ran from Oct. 26-27 in Bantung, Indonesia, and saw over 150 participants from 10 countries. The mission of SSMS is "to make a practical contribution to the improvement of social systems" ....

ANU Centre for China in the World Talks Sinology and Sustainability

Newly-appointed Director of the ANU Centre on China in the World (CIW) Dr. Benjamin Penny visited the Tang Prize Foundation this October 6 to talk sustainable development and sinology.

Nearly a year previous, on October 16, 2014, Penny and company visited the Foundation offices to speak on the core values of the CIW, with special attention...

Tang Prize Gains Awareness in Germany, World

The October 8 edition of the German newsweekly Die Zeit recently published an infographic comparing the academic prizes of the world. The Hamburg-based publication has a readership near 2 million, and is one of the top news publications in Germany, the other being Der Spiegel. The international award infographic (linked below) is color and size-coded for the fields and amount awarded. The Tang Prize, shown center-left, is described as "a biennial prize based out of Taiwan that is given in four categories: Sinology...
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