China Seminar | 10 February 1994

The R.O.C. on Taiwan Deserves a Seat in the U.N. – The View From Taipei

YU Ting-yu YU Ting-yu

Director-General Yu Ting-yu has kindly consented to address the China Seminar on the official reasoning and argument of Taiwan’s re-entry into the United Nations. In the public sphere, as various points of view are presented on this fairly controversial issue, this talk should be elucidating and interesting.

Educating at the Chinese Air Force Technical College and having done research at the University of Sao Paulo (Brazil) in international relations, Mr. Yu began his diplomatic career in 1967. Among his postings, Mr. Yu was R.O.C. Vice-Consul in Kuala Lumpur (1968-71); Consul in Sao Paulo (1972-75); Consul in Seattle, U.S.A. (1977-85); Division Director, Coordination Council for North American Affairs, Taipei Head Office (1984-86); Deputy Director-General, CCNAA, Miami, U.S.A. (1990-91). Just before assuming his Honolulu post, Mr. Yu was posted to Jakarta, Indonesia, as Deputy Representative of the Taipei Economic and Trade Office.