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Sara Yi-ying Lin was a 2015 Taiwan Fellow at the Project 2049 Institute. She currently serves as a Legislative Assistant to Legislator Bi-khim Hsiao in Taiwan, who is a member of the Foreign Relations and Defense Committee at the Legislative Yuan. Prior to this position, she worked as a corporate publicist in the technology and hospitality sectors in Taipei and Beijing for several years. She has also worked and been involved in the non-profit sector in Taiwan, Japan and Indonesia. In 2003, she interned at the Deputy Foreign Minister, Dr. Michael Kau’s Office and assisted with the founding of the Taiwan Foundation for Democracy. She is also a professional translator and interpreter between English and Mandarin Chinese. She holds a BA in International Relations from Brown University.

 

Publications:

Lin, S. 2015. TPP From Taiwan's Vantage Point: Political, Trade, and Strategic Considerations, Project 2049 Institute.

 
 

 

 
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