Here’s some photos from my trip to Taiwan last month as a guest of Lin-Ching Hsia, professor of psychology at Fu-Jen University in Taipei and a passionate and successful community organizer. (Lin was a Fulbright Scholar with the East Side Institute some years ago.) I visited and spoke with activists, scholars and community members from a workers’ university, immigrant women’s and sex worker centers, an after school program, aboriginal communities, and labor and political activists. It was an wonderfully educational and developmental journey!
A Mandarin class for immigrant women from Cambodia, Vietnam and the Philippines
A sign at the train station - what do you think it means?
Powpee Lee and staff of Ludi Community University
Lois Holzman is a cofounder with Fred Newman of the East Side Institute for Group and Short Term Psychotherapy and the Institute’s current director. She is a leading proponent of cultural approaches to learning, development and psychotherapy.