Shanghai-Taipei City Forum

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The Shanghai-Taipei City Forum (Chinese: 上海-台北城市论坛) or Taipei-Shanghai City Forum (Chinese: 台北-上海城市论坛) is an annual forum between the government and civilians of Shanghai and Taipei.

History[edit]

The forum was initially proposed in 2001 by civilian group as a channel for exchange between the two cities, and eventually the forum was launched in 2010 by Taipei Mayor Hau Lung-pin.[1][2]

Forum[edit]

Sequence Date Venue City Theme/Remark
1st April 2010 Taipei[3]
2nd July 2011 Shanghai[4]
3rd 16 August 2012 Taipei[5][6]
4th July 2013 Shanghai[7]
5th 9 June 2014 Taipei[8]
6th August 2015 Shanghai[9]
7th 22-23 August 2016 Taipei Showing city vitality.[10][11][12]
8th
9th 20 December 2018 Taipei[13]
10th July 2019 Shanghai[14] "Innovation, Cooperation & Future"

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Gerber, Abraham (28 June 2015). "Ko willing to attend Shanghai forum". Taipei Times. Retrieved 2 June 2019.
  3. ^ "Mayor Hau arrives in Shanghai for annual city forum - Taipei Times".
  4. ^ "Hau Lung-bin to visit Shanghai for city-to-city forum - Taipei Times".
  5. ^ 黃紫緹 (16 August 2012). "Taipei, Shanghai Officials Meet at City Forum".
  6. ^ 張嘉宇 (7 September 2012). "2012 Taipei-Shanghai City Forum in Taipei".
  7. ^ 張嘉宇 (30 July 2013). "2013 Taipei-Shanghai City Forum in Shanghai".
  8. ^ 張嘉宇 (23 June 2014). "2014 Taipei-Shanghai City Forum Anticipates Further Win-win Cooperation".
  9. ^ 黃紫緹 (19 August 2015). "mayor gives speech".
  10. ^ "Taipei forum, a bridge between cities".
  11. ^ "CCP official to attend intercity forum - Taipei Times".
  12. ^ http://www.china.org.cn/china/Off_the_Wire/2016-08/12/content_39080809.htm
  13. ^ Liang, Pei-chi; Hsu, Elizabeth (26 November 2018). "Taipei-Shanghai twin-city forum scheduled for Dec. 20 in Taipei". Focus Taiwan. Retrieved 27 November 2018.
  14. ^ "Ko leaves for Shanghai twin-city forum - Taipei Times". www.taipeitimes.com. Retrieved 12 July 2019.