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NTNU held ''Chinese Rock Musical'' in Edinburgh Festival Fringe

A Chinese Rock Musical“Mountains and Seas"played by students of NTNU Graduate Institute of Performing Arts performed in Edinburgh Festival Fringe for nine days.The number of proformers reduced from 50 people to 15 people.

Taiwanese, Chinese college students on rural teaching mission

Hundreds of college students from Taiwan and China embarked on a volunteer journey Saturday that will see them travel to rural areas in the two countries over the summer to teach less advantaged youngsters.

NTNU Alumni Gather for University’s Anniversary Celebration

National Taiwan Normal University celebrated its 69th birthday on June 5th, where it recognized the recipients of its fifteen Distinguished Alumnus Awards, Outstanding Service in Education Awards, and Outstanding Teacher Awards. Recipients included Zheng Shanxi, Chen Maoxuan, Wang Sulan, Yang Zhangxian from the education, arts and music departments. NTNU’s band played during the ceremony, creating a warm and lively atmosphere.

NTNU and Tokyo University of the Arts Sign Academic Exchange Agreement

NTNU College of Arts and Tokyo University of the Arts’ College of Fine Arts signed an academic exchange agreement on April 24th. Through mutual cooperation, the two schools hope to promote the development of the arts in East Asia and broaden the perspectives of students and faculty by offering them more resources.

Leiden University Visits in Hopes of Enhancing Exchange

NTNU and Leiden University in the Netherlands have been cooperating for a number of years. On April 16th, Leiden University’s president, Carel J.J.M. Stolker, and vice president, H.W. te Beest, paid a visit to NTNU. After talks with NTNU President Kuo-en Chang, Stolker and te Beest toured the entire NTNU campus on Heping E. Road.