2009 Cultural and Creative Industry Summit was held by NTNU on December 12th. The first session was a Youth Forum where NTNU President Guo Yih-Shun and Vice-Chairman Hong Qing-Feng from the Council of Cultural Affairs were there to encourage youths and students to speak up and share their thoughts and opinions.
Are you aspired to be a middle-school teacher? Do you want to take the Teacher Education Program? On December 8th, a workshop that gave introduction to the program was held at the 202 Lecture Hall, Union Building.
Under the arrangement of China Youth Corps, a group of 30 Singaporean students taking a selective course on language and literature to further understand Chinese language paid a visit to NTNU on December 7th.