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Tokyo University of the Arts Called On NTNU for Art Exchange
“It is a pleasure to know that art has been popular and emphasized in NTNU,” said the Tokyo University of the Arts dean of college of art Ikeda and academy chief Tanobe Kazunan on March 20th. They called on NTNU with Li Yu-hsing from international exchange department to visit the NTNU center of antique preservation and development and department of art gallery.
The dean Ikeda indicated that he thought NTNU was a comprehensive university emphasized on teacher training and was very different from Tokyo University of the Arts. But after he reached NTNU, he could see the arts everywhere and he could feel principal Chang paid a lot of attention to arts in the conversation. He hoped to maintain a good relationship with NTNU and looked forward to the future cooperation chance.
Ever since the Japanese colonial time, NTNU history of department of arts was almost equal to the history of Taiwan arts. Principal Chang specially emphasized that NTNU founded the center of antique preservation and development three years ago to preserve precious art pieces. It was the biggest and most complete antique preserved center beside National Palace Museum.
Principal Chang presented NTNU featured products and the art festival products to Tokyo University of the Arts.