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High-tech Firms Look for Candidates Who Speak Fluent English or Japanese

College graduates with qualified English or Japanese language comprehensive abilities seem to be local firms' favorites, since most of them marked it as the most important factors to consider a candidate during today's job fair at the Sunshine Boulevard on the main campus.

Hard-working International Students Recognized

A total of 62 National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) international students were encouraged and boosted by scholarships from three different offices at the International Lounge today.

NTNU Staff Members and Students Echo the Activity That Combines Charity and Environmentalism

National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) staff members and students showed their good hearts again during a charity event at the Rome Square on the campus today, while a total amount of NT$28,070 (US$905) was collected and donated to NTNU's emergency fund.

102-Year-Old Japanese Professor Shares His Thoughts with SPE

Dr. Saburo Shochi, a 102-year-old Japanese senior professor with doctorate degrees in medicine, literature and education, promoted his idea to educate next generations with love and patience when he was speaking with students and staff members from the Department of Special Education (SPE) this afternoon.

International Students Share Their Taiwan Experiences

International students at National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) had a chance to share their views of Taiwan, when a British magazine commissioned one of its staff members to interview them on the campus today.