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Judicial Watch • July 26 2005 Taipei Taiwan International Visitor Program Meeting Summary

July 26 2005 Taipei Taiwan International Visitor Program Meeting Summary

July 26 2005 Taipei Taiwan International Visitor Program Meeting Summary

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The International Program  Taipei, Taiwan 
July 26, 2005 
Guest: Dr. DENNIS TE-CHUNG TANG 
Dr. Dennis Te-Chung Tang met with Judicial Watchs director investigations and research, Chris Farrell, July 26, 2005, research the function non-profit watchdog agencies the United States and, particular, Judicial Watchs use the Freedom Information Act (FOIA) and sunshine laws uncover, expose, and prosecute government corruption. 
Dr. Tang distinguished Taiwanese academician, who was serving acting Director Professor Law (Institute Law/Jurisprudence) Sun Yat-Sen Institute for Social Sciences and Philosophy, the time his visit. Sun-Yat-Sen Institute, located Nankang, Taipei, Taiwan, the highest and most prestigious multidisciplinary academic and research institute Taiwan, currently headed Dr. Yuan-Tseh Lee, Nobel laureate chemistry. 
Dr. Tangs curriculum vitae listed numerous publications authored result his research environmental, constitutional, and judicial issues confronting Taiwan, having received Outstanding Research Award 1992 from the National Science Council his publication The Doctrine Separation Powers the United States America: Preliminary Reflection the Feasibility Shifting Presidential System the ROC. currently researching ways which reform overburdened judiciary Taiwan improve its public image and ultimately win the confidence the people which acknowledged essential for developing democracy. 
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