Speaker: Dr. Lu Shao-li (Professor, Department of History, National Taiwan University; and Joint Faculty, Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica)
Topic: A Promising Medicinal Material: The Coca Industry in Taiwan under Japanese Colonial Rule
Moderator: Dr. Shang-jen Li (Research Fellow, IHP, Academia Sinica)
Date: April 6 (Wed.), 2022, 14:30–16:30
Venue: Room 701, Research Building, IHP (will also be held online)
Organizers: History of Health and Healing Research Center, IHP; and the MOST “Taiwan-Germany (DE) International Collaborate Project—Materialities of Medical Cultures in/between Europe and East Asia”
❈ Due to COVID-19 control measures, the number of allowed attendees will be limited. Registration prior to the lecture is required and will be closed once the limit has been reached. Please note that we will not be accepting in-person registration on the day of the event.
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❈ In line with COVID-19 control measures: (1) Attendees are required to wear a face mask during the entirety of the lecture; (2) Body temperatures will be measured; (3) Hands should be sanitized; (4) Those not affiliated with Academia Sinica are required to fill out a health record form; and (5) A crisscross seating arrangement will be implemented.
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