Post-Election Discussion: Decoding Taiwan's 2024 Election Results

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Post-election discussion
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On January 19th, 2024, FNF Global Innovation Hub will organize an event with Da-Wun Sie, PhD candidate in Sociology at National Taiwan University, regarding Taiwan’s 2024 presidential and legislative elections. Mr. Sie will present a comprehensive analysis of the election outcomes, delving into key takeaways and implications for cross-strait relations.

Last month, Da-Wun Sie co-authored a report with Yu-Fen Lai, the Program Officer of FNF Global Innovation Hub, on how cross-relations matter to the electorate and situate the 2024 elections from historical perspectives. You can download and read the full report here.

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Meet Our Speaker

Da-Wun Sie is a freelance journalist. He is also a PhD candidate in sociology at National Taiwan University. His works cover a wide range of topics including politics (mainly Taiwanese and British), culture, history, technology, gender, films, etc. The articles he has published range from features and interviews to news analyses and commentaries. Data journalism is also one of his specialties. Click here to see full list of his published articles. You can contact him at

Da-Wun Sie
Da-Wun Sie


Yu-Fen Lai is the Program Officer of Digital Transformation at Friedrich Naumann Foundation Global Innovation Hub. Before joining FNF, Yu-Fen Lai worked as a research and communication consultant at Freedom House. She also completed her internship at the Mercator Institute for China Studies (MERICS). Her research focuses on Taiwan, Hong Kong, and cross-strait relations. Yu-Fen Lai holds a MA degree from the Free University of Berlin and a BA degree from National Tsing Hua University, both in Sociology.

Yu-Fen Lai
Yu-Fen Lai