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2016.0615

Alumni at the Luncheon for NTNU’s Birthday

To celebrate the 70th anniversary of National Taiwan Normal University, there’s a grand luncheon on the 4th of June. Faculties and alumni all gathered in the gymnasium, nearly 1000 people presented, enjoying their good time at NTNU.
2016.0607

The International Top University President’s Forum in NTNU

To celebrate the 70th Anniversary of NTNU, the Office of International Affairs invites the school sisters and presidents from the NTU System for the International Top University President’s Forum on June 2nd. The topic is to discuss the role Asia plays at the 21st century in the global higher education scene so that we can have an insight for long term development. Professionals and presidents gathered together and delivered a fruitful discussion.
2016.0607

Julia L. Wu and Her Political Circle American Dream

NTNU celebrates the 70th birthday, Julia L. Wu, an alumnae popular in Los Angeles political circle, comes back to NTNU to share with us her career as a governor in the states. She is currently working as the Trustee Emeritus, Los Angeles Community Colleges District Board; Founder and Chair, Performing Arts Foundation for Asian-Americans, and Trustee, Hollywood Arts Council. Julia said that her story can’t be told in two hours, because she has lived an amazing life. Alumni from the Southern California Association also joined her talk as audiences.
2016.0607

English Major Brings Honor from the Debate Tournament in Shanghai

The fist English Debate Tournament held by the College of Foreign Languages and Literature of Fudan University was held at the end of March. After fierce competition for few days, the team led by Prof. Charlotte Chang won the first runner up in group ranking and Su Wan Chun from the English Department received the second prize in personal ranking.
2016.0607

Gao Xingjian Encourages Students to Pursue Free Spirit

The Master’s speech of 2016 invited Chair Professor Gao Xingjian to share with students his wisdom under the topic of “Being a Free Man”. His work, Soul Mountain, received the honorable Nobel Prize in Literature 2000, making Gao the first Chinese author that won the title of a Nobel laureate. The speech covers literature, history, social movement. Nearly 300 people show up and filled up the hall.