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2016.1129

Workshop on online education from PSU and NTNU

The professors and faculties of Pennsylvania State University visited NTNU on November 7th and had a lovely discussion with their counterparts. On November 14th to 16th, a three day workshop was held, focusing on-line university and digital courses.
2016.1129

Swedish Sinologist Göran Malmqvist Spoke at NTNU

Göran Malmqvist was born on 6 June 1924 in Jönköping, Sweden. Following introductory studies of Chinese under Sinologist Bernhard Karlgren at Stockholm University, Malmqvist studied in China in 1948 - 1950. He then returned to Stockholm, taking a Licentiate of Arts degree in 1951. His international research career started shortly thereafter with a lectureship in Chinese at the University of London in 1953 - 1955. He was then appointed Swedish cultural attaché in Peking and worked in China. He is an expert in Ancient Chinese and has translated lots of modern Chinese writings such as novels by Shen Tsung Wen, Lu Xun, Gao Xingjian, Li Rui and poems by Bei Dao.
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Prof. Liao Ping Hui Talks about Chinese Travel Writing

Prof. Liao Ping Hui Talks about Chinese Travel Writing
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NTNU Goes to Malaysia Recruiting Students

In respond to the New Southbound Policy, the higher education of Taiwan is actively looking for great students. Five Presidents from top Universities of NTU system and Yunlin Universities worked together and went to Kuala Lumper, Malaysia from November 4th to 6th and held 3 orientations. Around 356 spots are open for South East Asian students who are interested in the nice teaching quality Taiwan offers.
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NTNU Grabbed Runner up at 2016 Mobileheroes

This year, a total of 372 teams, nearly a thousand contestants, joined the 2016 Mobileheroes, a competition that aims to develop a variety of innovative, wearable devices, application and Internet of Things with EMediaTek LinkIt. Solve the problem we face in everyday life with technology. The team “NTNUME_SPLab” led by professor Wu Shuen De of the Department of Mechatronic Engineering grabbed the runner up.