Chin Kenpa

Chin Kenpa

Professor, Department of Philosophy, Fu Jen Catholic University

Chin Kenpa is currently a professor at the Department of Philosophy at Fu Jen Catholic University. He specialises in continental philosophy, Christian theology and contemporary Chinese history of thoughts. His published works include Toward the Oikonomia and the Revolutionary Christianity, Life Gazing: Kieslowski’s Dekalog, and Horizons of the Blind.

Taiwan People's Party (TPP) presidential candidate Ko Wen-je reacts to a giant inflatable balloon resembling him at a TPP event ahead of Taiwan’s presidential elections in Taipei on 11 January 2024. (I-Hwa Cheng/AFP)

Ko Wen-je's TPP and Taiwanese youths could redefine Taiwan's future

Despite its loss in the Taiwan presidential election and being the youngest of the three running parties, the Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) has been garnering even more attention since the election results came to light. Taiwan academic Chin Kenpa takes a look at the impact of the TPP on the Legislative Yuan and the future of Taiwan’s presidential election.