ORIENTED.COM has been invited to go on Taiwan Today
-- hosted by award-winning journalist Natalie Tso
-- to talk about two sizzling HOT TOPICS
amongst international Chinese professionals:
(1) What are the pros and cons of working in Taiwan
versus working in China?
(2) What are the pros and cons of working in Taiwan
versus working in the U.S.?
We cordially invite members of ORIENTED who are knowledgeable about either topic to consider being on the program.
This will be a 2-part series.
Each show will be recorded during lunch time at 55 Pei-An Road
and should take an hour or less, from start to finish."International Chinese"
To qualify, you must be born and raised in Asia, have overseas education or work experience, and be fully bilingual/bicultural. American-born Chinese and American-born Taiwanese who are 100% bilingual will also be considered.
If you are a member of ORIENTED and would like to be on the program, please use this contact form
to answer these questions:
- How may years have you worked in Taiwan, China, and/or the U.S.? Please include details - job scope, industry, etc.
- Do you have family in any of those locations? If yes, does it factor into your decisions about career opportunities abroad?
- What is your Member ID#, how many ORIENTED Happy Hours have you attended, and in which cities?
- Can you speak to the role that ORIENTED plays with regard to this particular audience? If yes, how so?
Application Deadline: Open until filled
About Natalie TsoTaiwan Today
is hosted by Natalie Tso
who was awarded Taiwan's top national broadcasting award, the 2011 Golden Bell Award for Best Program Host on Social Issues, and the 2011 Best Current Affairs Radio Documentary by the UK-based Association for International Broadcasting for her human trafficking series Freeing Taiwan Slaves
. Natalie has also written several books and is a regular contributor to TIME Magazine.About Radio Taiwan International (RTI)
Radio Taiwan International broadcasts worldwide from the Republic of China on Taiwan. It is one of the world's oldest radio stations that is still operating today, broadcasting news and programs in 13 different languages. Offering a wide variety of programs spanning from Chinese lessons to Taiwanese history, Radio Taiwan International provides listeners a chance to become acquainted with the unique experience of Taiwan.
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