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What is ASPA
ASPA is an international non-governmental organization established in Japan in 1997 for the purpose of accomplishing the joint development in the fields of scientific technology, industry and economy in the Asian region.

ASPA has been trying to present a new paradigm for Asian industry and build economic consensus in Asia by bringing innovative organizations, companies and individuals together that make contributions to industrial and economic development in their societies.

The efforts to achieve these goals include holding international events which can boost exchanges of experience, knowledge and various projects and share industrial and economic resources through the expanding network.

About Organizer

Since its establishment in 1980, Hsinchu Science Park (HSP) endeavored to establish a sound environment for high-tech development in Taiwan. HSP has focused both on research and high-end production. By the end of 2018, a total of 3,300 Acres had been developed, which has been home to 512 high-tech companies of Semiconductors, Pc & Peripherals, Telecommunications, Optoelectronics, Precision Machinery and Biotechnology. HSP has a strong link with Silicon Valley since it started, and after 39 years development, HSP not only becomes the power house of national economic development, but also an important partner in global high-tech supply chain.

HSP makes joint efforts with prestigious universities and surrounding institutes, including National Taiwan University, Tsing Hua University, Chiao Tung University, Yang-Ming University, Industrial Technology Research Institute, and National Applied Research Laboratories, to provide the park with abundant human resources as well as comprehensive support for personnel training and technological development.

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