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Hao Ran Workshops, 1990–2003

Planning for the Hao Ran Summer Workshop program began in 1989, with the first workshop held the following year in Santa Cruz. Attendees and lecturers came from a variety of professional backgrounds, and included entrepreneurs, academics, civil servants, and social workers. The summer workshops were designed to foster communicative learning environments, encouraging critical thinking, cultural awareness, and active participation.

Between 1990 and 2001, seven summer workshops were held around the world. Summer workshop committee members and lecturers also organized Hao Ran Taiwan Workshops, which were held in 2000 and 2003 for young professionals. Lecture and discussion topics were inspired by contemporary issues, including modernization, large-scale issues, and socioeconomic, cultural, and technological development across Asia.

2001—Hao Ran Summer Workshop

The seventh Summer Workshop welcomed participants back to Santa Cruz for discussions on Chinese culture and the modern world, compassion and faith, and the relationship between science, technology, and the humanities.

1999—Hao Ran Summer Workshop

The sixth Summer Workshop returned to Santa Cruz, covering regional development, education in the 21st century, and advancements in science, technology, and the humanities.

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