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Japan Tokyo University of the Arts Called on NTNU for Preservation of Cultural Relics
Professors from Japan Tokyo University of the Arts called on NTNU on the 4th of February. NTNU Principal Chang Kuo En, the dean of College of Fine Arts Huang Chin Lung, director of Department of Music Yang Ai Lin, the vice director of Office of International Affairs Liang Yi Ping, and professor Li Ho Pu from Department of Music received the guests.
Japan Tokyo University of the Arts was combined from the Tokyo University of Fine Arts and Tokyo University of Music in 1949, May. Tokyo University of the Arts was generally acknowledged as the highest institute of art. Many famous artists from Taiwan were graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts.
The professors who were the experts of preservation of cultural relics called on NTNU mainly for the NTNU Research Center for Conservation of Culture Relics. The dean Huang Chin Lung indicated that both schools were the head of the arts in Japan and Taiwan. We expected for further cooperation based on the relationship now.
Director Yang Ai Lin proposed that students from Tokyo University of the Arts could hold the concert to share and exchange with NTNU students. We expected to build up a platform for further research and academic cooperation in the future.