In late August 2022, Manager Mr. Chung visited prominent university libraries in Singapore, such as the National University of Singapore (NUS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS), and Ngee Ann Polytechnic. While exploring local curatorial units and cultural events and expanding business opportunities, he also collected a wealth of local historical and cultural data, yielding fruitful results.
In the autumn of 2022, UDP visited Malaysia to meet potential clients and explore new collaboration opportunities. During this visit, there was significant interest from several university libraries, expressing great enthusiasm for our databases on history and culture.
2019 edition of Association for Asian Studies Conference (AAS) and the annual meeting of Council on East Asian Libraries (CEAL) took place in Denver, at the U.S. state of Colorado. During the 4-day events (March 19-24), UDP’s Editor-in-Chief Nancy Wuu participated in different panel sessions which addressed the developing trends of database industry.
The international conference on Cyberinfrastucture for historical China studies was held at Harvard China Center in Shanghai from March 14-16 in 2018. UDP was honored to present our new inter-database platform — Taiwanese Academic Classics (TAC) — to the audience. UDP was the only one database company from Taiwan who was recommended by Harvard-Yenching Library.
2018 edition of Association for Asian Studies Conference (AAS) and the annual meeting of Council on East Asian Libraries (CEAL) took place in Washington D.C. UDP’s Editor-in-Chief Nancy Wuu was invited to take part in the series workshops and annual exhibition at the Global Resources Center of Gelman Library in George Washington University.
2017 edition of Association for Asian Studies Conference (AAS) and the annual meeting of Council on East Asian Libraries (CEAL) took place in Toronto, Canada. During the 5-day program (March 15-19), many sinologists and general directors of Asian libraries from North America came to UDP and East View’s booth in the annual exhibition. We’re greatly thankful for your visit to let us know your research needs and how we can keep supporting the global sinologist communities.
2015 edition of Association for Asian Studies Conference (AAS) and the annual meeting of Council on East Asian Libraries (CEAL) took place in Chicago. UDP also partners with Chinese Academy of Social Sciences as their sole agent in Taiwan for “One Belt One Road,” “Pishu,” “Countries, Regions and Global Governance” databases. Out Editor-in-Chief Nancy Wuu was more than happy to meet our overseas partners in Chicago.
The second edition of AAS-in-ASIA was held in Taipei, hosted by Academia Sinica in 2015 June 22-24. AAS-in-ASIA had been growing rapidly by bridging the Asian specialists from abroad and researchers in Asia together. It was a great pleasure for UDP to participate in the conference which enabled us to provide the best resource suggestions to suit the scholars’ needs.