Wednesday, 26 February 2014


Potential in Taiwan?
A working holiday agreement signed between Taiwan and Hungary earlier this month will take effect in June, allowing young adults to travel and work in each other's country... Under the program, Taiwan and Hungary will each allow an annual quota of 100 nationals aged 18-35 to stay in each other's country for up to one year.
There appears a low background interest in Conductive Education slowly growing in Taiwan (where English is quite widely spoken), among both individual families and institutions. The question as everywhere is how to achieve it. This new arrangement may possibly contribute a possible window opportunity for those both Taiwan and in Hungry who are interested on getting something going.
It is now up to initiative and imagination in both countries...

Not just Hungarians

Though the greater part of the world's conductor workforce remains Hungarian, note from the article that Taiwan already has such working relationships with other countries from which conductors might be sourced...


(2014) Taiwan-Hungary working holiday pact to take effect in June, China Times, 26 February

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