Open Culture Foundation / g0v.tw, Taiwan
Min-hsuan (ttcat) is an activist and campaigner of a number of social movements in Taiwan, including the anti-nuclear movement, environmental, LGBT and Human Rights movement. He has expertise in creative planning, as well as communication and design programming. He has provided the g0v community with perspectives on social networking, and horizontal links. Min-hsuan is responsible for the Open Culture Foundation’s International Networking Program with g0v.tw, Taiwan civic tech community.
18 Apr 2018, 4:30 p.m.
· Auditorium 1
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