This guest post is from the Ingersoll 50+ Activity Centre – Heritage Presentation Series
The Embro Man Who Changed a Nation
Taiwan’s first education and health care networks were established by George Leslie Mackay, a Presbyterian missionary born near Embro Ontario. He came to Taiwan 150 years ago and is still revered by the Taiwanese more than a century after his death. For many, he is a present-day icon of Taiwanese nationalism. This powerful legacy will be explored in this presentation.
SPEAKER – Rev. Michael Stainton, Research Associate, York University Centre for Asian Studies and President to the Taiwanese Human Rights Association of Canada.
Presentation Date: Tuesday May 17th at 2:00 p.m.
This is an in-person event being held at the Ingersoll 50+ Activity Centre.
Please register by calling 519-485-2269 by Monday, May 16th.
No charge, no Centre membership necessary.