With universities being more interactive than ever, gifts from sister schools are common. The Office of International Affairs designed an International Friendship Exhibition Hall to display what NTNU has received during the years. These precious gifts includes memorial mugs, memorial coins, paintings, memorial plates and so on. The exhibition hall was opened on 7th December.
The result sharing forum of the second year Six Arts Lectures was held on the 10th of December. Chen Chao-Chen, the Dean of Academic Affairs was the host and Prof. John Morrow, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Auckland (UoA) and Dr. Li Wang from Learning Support Servs Manager of UoA were invited as guest speakers.
National Taiwan Normal University recently received a silver award from 2015 QS-APPLE as the Best International Website Page, being the first university in Taiwan that won the title. The crystal award was put in the exhibition hall of international sharing.
The Division of Preparatory Programs for Overseas Chinese Students held an international University Exposition on 8th December. As much as 95 colleges and universities are invited to set stalls at the Division of Preparatory Programs, making it the biggest University Expo ever.
As Taipei city becoming the World Design Capital in 2016, the government has been promoting the creativity spirit of Taipei. Taiwan Poster Design Association is the promoter, who held an exhibition that invited designers from many countries to design poster. From November 28th to December 3rd, the exhibition was held in the art gallery of NTNU.