2019 edition of Association for Asian Studies Conference (AAS) and the annual meeting of Council on East Asian Libraries (CEAL) took place in Denver, at the U.S. state of Colorado. During the 4-day events (March 19-24), UDP’s Editor-in-Chief Nancy Wuu participated in different panel sessions which addressed the developing trends of database industry.
2018 edition of Association for Asian Studies Conference (AAS) and the annual meeting of Council on East Asian Libraries (CEAL) took place in Washington D.C. UDP’s Editor-in-Chief Nancy Wuu was invited to take part in the series workshops and annual exhibition at the Global Resources Center of Gelman Library in George Washington University.
2017 edition of Association for Asian Studies Conference (AAS) and the annual meeting of Council on East Asian Libraries (CEAL) took place in Toronto, Canada. During the 5-day program (March 15-19), many sinologists and general directors of Asian libraries from North America came to UDP and East View’s booth in the annual exhibition. We’re greatly thankful for your visit to let us know your research needs and how we can keep supporting the global sinologist communities.
2015 edition of Association for Asian Studies Conference (AAS) and the annual meeting of Council on East Asian Libraries (CEAL) took place in Chicago. UDP also partners with Chinese Academy of Social Sciences as their sole agent in Taiwan for “One Belt One Road,” “Pishu,” “Countries, Regions and Global Governance” databases. Out Editor-in-Chief Nancy Wuu was more than happy to meet our overseas partners in Chicago.
The second edition of AAS-in-ASIA was held in Taipei, hosted by Academia Sinica in 2015 June 22-24. AAS-in-ASIA had been growing rapidly by bridging the Asian specialists from abroad and researchers in Asia together. It was a great pleasure for UDP to participate in the conference which enabled us to provide the best resource suggestions to suit the scholars’ needs.
As the biggest distributor for Chinese databases in North America, Kent D. Lee, the president/CEO of East View Information Services, and Jeff Strandberg, the marketing manager of Asian region at East View, visited the National Central Library with Nancy Wuu, our Editor-in-Chief.
The digital archiving seminar for the book series of Chinese Humanities took places at the Department of Chinese Literature in Tamkang University. Nancy Wuu, the Editor-in-Chief of UDP, participated in the seminar to discuss the publication launch plan.
In order to well-prepare for the launch of Sinica Sinoweb in America and Canada, UDP’s alliance partner ─ East View ─ sent their director of strategic partnerships, Mr. Robert E. Lee to visit Taiwan. Nancy and Robert not only visited the Institute of History and Philosophy at Academia Sinica, but they also discussed with Professor LIU Zheng-Yun, who is the Curator of the Fu Ssu-nien Library, about how to integrate the rich digital resources of Academia Sinica and its great potential for further transdisciplinary collaborations with the global research communities.