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2016.1028

Sharing of the Internship Program at Chinese Taipei School Penang

There are many ways you can choose to spend your summer vacation, some choose to work to make money, some go travelling, and a group of NTNU students and teachers go on an adventurous journey of learning at Chinese Taipei School Penang. They not only gain experience in teaching but also learn from a different and exotic culture.
2016.1027

Chair Prof. Liu Kuo Sung Becomes Member of American Academy

Liu, now 84, is universally honored as the earliest and most important advocate of modernist Chinese painting. As a chair professor in NTNU and an alumnus from the Department of Fine Arts, he is the first Taiwanese member in the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the first Chinese painter that receive this honor. On October 14th, he came back to Wen Huei Hall, NTNU for the celebration ceremony. President Chang commended him for the honor and NTM Director Mr. Chen Jimin came with greeting.
2016.1021

NTNU Students Visited MOFA

The faculty of the Center of Careers Service led students to visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on October fifth. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China (MOFA) is a cabinet level policy-making body, governed under the Executive Yuan of the Republic of China. Senior executive officer Chang, Officer Tsai and Section Chief Cho prepared presentation and guidance for NTNU students to know more about the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
2016.1014

Yen Chun Chieh led 6 students and won 6 awards in Japan

Full time Assistant Professor of Music Department, Yen Chun Chieh, led six young pianists to Japan for the 5th International Young Pianist Competition and won six top prizes with 720,000 Japanese yen.
2016.1014

NTNU at 2016 Higher Education Expo in India

In respond to the New Southern Policy, Vice President Sung Yao Ting and a group of faculties went to India to attend the Taiwan Higher Education Exposition 2016. In addition to the exposition and visit local schools, they have meetings with Tien Chung Kwang, Taiwan's representative to India to know more about the current situation of Chinese learning and higher education in India.