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Senior Assistant Research Fellow, Department of International Collaboration

Rosa Pei-Jung Wu

Rosa Pei-Jung Wu serves in the Taiwan-Asia Exchange Foundation (TAEF)’s Department of International Collaboration, where she conducts program development and coordinates efforts with TAEF partner organizations. She received her B.A. in Journalism with a minor in Diplomacy from National Chengchi University (NCCU), and her M.A. in Globalization and Communications with distinction from University of Leicester, UK, where her study focused on the transformation of sovereignty and identity in the age of globalization. Prior to joining TAEF, Ms. Wu was a project manager at NCCU and conducted the “I-Quartet Taiwan” project in collaboration with Dr. Alan Hao Yang, which aimed at empowering immigrants in Taiwan and facilitating their engagement with local residents. At TAEF, she currently oversees the Yushan Forum and TAEF programs on Regional Resilience.

Selected Publications:

  • Chris Barker. Making Sense of Cultural Studies, translated by Rosa Pei-Jung Wu. 2009. Taipei: Weber Publications. (In Chinese).