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NTNU Principal Chang Kuo En Was Interviewed By Malaysia Sin Chew Daily

 NTNU Principal Chang Kuo En was interviewed by Malaysia Sin Chew Daily on the 7th of March. Sin Chew Daily was a leading Chinese language newspaper in Malaysia. The general editor of Sin Chew Daily Cheng Ting Hsian pointed out NTNU played a very important role in Chinese society education. It was a an important Chinese education training based. He expected NTNU could accept more students form Malaysia who were interested in Chinese Education and Chinese society works for them to study in Taiwan.

Principal Chang Kuo En visited many outstanding NTNU alumni in Malaysia. He hoped to gather up the power of the alumni in the local. Principal Chang was given a warm welcome from the local Chinese. Taiwan representative in Malaysia Luo Yo Chung, the United Chinese School Committees Association of Malaysia Chinese Independent High School Dr. Yeh Hsin Tian, the dean of New Era College, and the leader of Malaysia NTNU alumni association Liang Chin Lan all came to greet Principal Chang. 
Editor Cheng Ting Hsian indicated that Malaysia received a lot of help from Taiwan in the 60s. Especially when Hsio Wen Chang promoted Chinese students to study in Taiwan at the year. NTNU played an important role in the Chinese education for overseas students. Many Chinese students came to Taiwan to study in NTNU, and passed down the Chinese education after they returned to Malaysia.
Sin Chew Daily had established for 84 years. It represented the changing in Malaysia Chinese society in the past 85 years. Sin Chew Daily was the first newspaper about Chinese people. He indicated that Malaysia without Sin Chew Daily was just like the Chinese education without NTNU’s support, there wouldn’t have the complete Chinese culture now.
Principal Chang encouraged students from Malaysia to study in Taiwan. He guaranteed that NTNU would support students from Division of Preparatory Programs for Overseas Chinese Students to study in NTNU. NTNU would provide the scholarship for at least 60% of students.