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Literature educator

Yuh-Chao Yu, Chinese literature educator. Fulbright grantee Council for International Exchange Scholars, New York, 1983-1984; fellow American Council Learned Societies, New York, 1974-1975, National Science Council Republic of China, 1983-1984; grantee, East-West Center, Honolulu, 1970-1974.

Background

Yu, Yuh-Chao was born on December 20, 1941 in Hsin-chu, Taiwan, Republic of China. Son of Hsi-Kwang and Wei-mei (Dai) Yu.

Education

Bachelor, National Taiwan University, 1964. Master of Arts, National Taiwan Normal University, 1968. Doctor of Philosophy, University Hawaii, 1975.

Career

Instructor Tamkang University, Taipei, Republic of China, 1968-1970. Associate professor National Taiwan Normal University, 1976-1982. Dean college liberal arts National National Chung-Hsing University University, Taichung, Republic of China, 1983-1986.

Adviser Government Information Office, Taipei, 1987-1988. Editor-in-chief Sinorama Monthly, 1987-1988. Part-time researcher Academia Sinica, since 1982.

Professor National Taiwan Normal University, since 1982. Coordinator Legislation Consultation Center, since 1989.

Membership

Member American Studies Association Republic of China (president 1986-1988), Speech Communication Association Republic of China (president since 1988), British & American Literature Association (board directors since 1988), Chinese Classical Literature Association (board directors 1984-1986), Modern Language Association, Toastmasters.

Connections

Married Sujen Jan; children: Kang-wei, Fu-hao.

father:
Hsi-Kwang Yu

mother:
Wei-mei (Dai) Yu

spouse:
Sujen Jan

child:
Kang-wei Yu

child:
Fu-hao Yu