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2007 Freshmen's Introductory Ceremony

Nervous, excited—and a little bit stiff. More than 1’500 freshmen congregated in the auditorium this morning. Ushered by one or two “counseling students” of their own departments, freshmen are arranged to seat on their allotted seats. The first speech given to them was made by Yih-Shun Gou (郭義雄), President of NTNU. He expected the students under the stage to enrich their capability of languages-- not only their native tongue and English, but also other languages. ...

New Access for Foreign Exchange Students to Join NTNU

BY AN-LIN SUN When speaking of foreign exchange students in NTNU, the first impression in mind may be the Mandarin Training Center, which prepares these students an array of Mandarin learning courses. Other than classroom curriculum, learning tour, or reunion party, what else can NTNU provide for these foreign students to take part in the school activities opening to all students at NTNU? Do they have adequate information and access to get in touch and communicate with Chinese students?

International Cultural English Camp--Introduction Ceremony

The introduction ceremony of the 2007 “International Cultural English Camp” was held at NTNU this morning, and there were 90 attendants in total. The majority of the attendants are undergraduate students from different colleges in Taiwan, and the others are from Korea, Thailand, Macau and New Zealand. In the speech delivered in the ceremony, Prof. Kun-Liang Chuang, Dean of the English Department, NTNU, congratulated the attendants because the camp is a great place for young people to practice their English, make friends, have some inkling of different cultures, and broaden international horizons.