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2009.0416

President Wang Gin-Pyng Talked About Congressional Diplomacy

On April 16th, Wang Gin-Pyng, President of Legislative Yuan as well as a NTNU alumni of the Department of Mathematics, returned to his alma mater and shared with current students stories of the less known congressional diplomacy.
2009.0416

NTNU Music Festival 2009 Opened with A Costume March

The boiling costume march on April 16th opened the 1st NTNU Music Festival held by the College of Music, beginning a two-months musical feast.
2009.0414

A Master Class by Violinist Kloss

Violinist Sherry Kloss, successor of internationally renowned violinist Heifetz and his violin, was invited by Chen Qin-Hong from the Department of Music, NTNU to have a master class on the 14th of April. Kloss encouraged students who were aspired to be a teacher to develop the potential of their students. “If you can do more than one thing, then go for it,” remarked Kloss. She had a musically gifted student who ended up going into the field of physics and architecture. It is her responsibility as a teacher, she said, to let her students explore the world of music care- and pressure- free.
2009.0413

NTNU Became Crowned King and Queen of Volleyball

Followed by the good news from the men’s basketball team of NTNU, the men and women volley ball team defeated the Taipei Physical Education College this March, and won the championship of UVL University Cup for the second year in a roll. The training process for the men’s team went swimmingly, remarked the coach Chang En-Chong. As for the women’s team, he continued, it was more difficult because the team had undergone some restructuring, leaving players with less experience and less positive mindset. However, the two teams showed great sense of unity, a key factor to their winning.
2009.0413

A Secret Study Group for Faculties

As part of the Psychological Health Promotion Series, the Center of Student Counselling established a secret study group for school faculties entitled Wishes Come True. The first session was held on the 8th of April in classroom 313. It encouraged teachers to talk about their secrets, and develop their potential and change their lives through the Law of Attraction. This study group session was especially tailored for faculties of NTNU. It is based on a popular publication in 2007, the Secret, which talked about the power of positivism. There will be two other session on April 15th and 22nd.