Creating Intercultural Dialogues
Emily Hsuwen Yuan
Migration:Cities Workshop in June the 2nd 2018, Historical Museum Frankfurt. Creating Intercultural Dialogues between the City and the Immigrants - Immigration Docent Projects in National Taiwan Museum. Emily Hsuwen Yuan is a Research Assistant of the Education Department, National Taiwan Museum, Taipei, Taiwan. She was a Project Manager of following Events: ICOM-NATHIST 2015, TAIWAN; National Cultural Conference – the New Immigrant Conference, 2017; New Immigrant Docent Project, since 2014. She was also the Curator of Special Exhibition of Southeast Asian Flavor, the Taste of Hometown”, 2017.
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After studying Bachelor in Classical Archaeology in Mimar Sinan University of Fine Arts, Istanbul, I attended archaeological excavations such as Smyrna and Pergamon. I studied at the University of Bonn as an Erasmus exchange student. I finished my Master's at the University of Maastricht in Arts and Heritage: Policy, Management and Education. I did my internship in Museum Rotterdam and wrote my masters thesis about the museum's community practice Authentic Rotterdam Heritage.
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