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Feng Speech English Eagle Final
Feng Speech English Eagle Final
Feng Speech English Eagle Final
Feng Speech English Eagle Final
Feng Speech English Eagle Final
Feng Speech English Eagle Final
Feng Speech English Eagle Final
Feng Speech English Eagle Final
Feng Speech English Eagle Final
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Feng Speech English Eagle Final

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  • 1. “Google my late-father?” or India, China and United States: What could/may happen in 21 century? A speech delivered at the English Eagle Project Series June 6, 2008 Da Hsuan Feng 馮達旋 Senior Executive Vice President National Cheng Kung University Tainan, Taiwan Vice Dean Lai of the College of Humanities, Professor Liu Kai-Ling, fellow Students, ladies and gentlemen, I am truly honored to have the opportunity to be one of the speakers of this remarkable and outstanding lecture series in NCKU. I have chosen to speak on this issue partially because it has profound implications for me personally, and partially I think we can all agree that the interactions of these three nations can and will have profound implications for Asia and for the world. In order for me to prepare my speech, I surfed the website of the English Eagle Project and the first thing I saw was the following mission statement. Allow me to read it here. “The NCKU Envision the World Lecture Series is

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