On the second day of games, NTNU athletes continues to win glory for the country. Su Chia En from the Dept. of Athlete Performance grabbed the first gold medal in mixed pair poomsae with her partner Lee Cheng Gang. In the men's team category, Chang Wei Chieh, Hsieh Ming Yang and Huang Chia Jung garnered a silver medal with a final score of 7.587. The gold medal was won by Li Cheng Gang and Su Chia En in the mixed pair category, with a final score of 7.853.
The 13th International Exhibition for Young Inventors (IEYI) was held at Nagoya, Japan from July 27th to 29that Nagoya International Exhibition Hall. The organizer is Japan Institute of Invention and Innovation.
Chinese Taipei Tug of War Women’s team attended the World Games at Poland and bring back 1 gold, 4 silver and 3 bronze. On the finalist against China on July 29th, the Taiwan team won and achieve the 4th victory in a row. President Tsai Ing-wen met the girls from Chinese Taipei on August 2nd. She shook hands with them and said that the callus on their hands is prettier than the gold medal.
14 students from Masaryk University, Czech Republic came to NTNU on July 17th and visited the Department of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literature. The students has learned Mandarin for about a year back home and they are interested in knowing more about Taiwan.
The 48th International Physics Olympiad was held in Yogyakarta, Indonesia from 16-24 of July, 2017. The Taiwan team, trained by professors of NTNU, grabbed 3 gold and 2 silver this year. A total of 395 students from 86 countries attended this year.