Taiwan Festival continues at UCLan campus

Posted on - 8th April, 2022 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Preston News, UCLan, University campus, What's On in Preston
UCLan's Student Centre and University Square
UCLan’s Student Centre and University Square

The Taiwan Festival at the University of Central Lancashire is preparing for its second part in Preston.


There is an exciting programme for the two-day event on Thursday 28th April and Friday 29th April.

There will be a discussion on Sci-fi Eco-writing and the Documentary Ten Years Taiwan, with renowned writers Chi Ta-Wei and Cindy Pon as well as documentary filmmaker Lau Kek-Huat and Rina Tsou.

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The event is one not to be missed by sci-fi fans who want to know more about the environment and climate change.

All events will be free and can be joined both in-person and online, except for the film screening.

However, the director’s speeches and follow-up Q&A session will be live-streamed online.

Registration link on Eventbrite.

Film Ticket sale at The Dukes Lancaster here.

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