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2016.0321

First Online Program for Teaching Chinese as Second Language

With the economic growth in China, Chinese has become a dominate language in the world. NTNU announced on Marth 11st that for the first time, we are recruiting oversea students for the on-the-job training program for Teaching Chinese as Second Language. All courses are taken online, so they don’t have attend classes in Taiwan. It’s estimated that students can get their degrees in 2 years.
2016.0317

Hong Kong Media Come to NTNU

With an aim to know about the humanities and arts of universities in Taiwan, the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Hong Kong visited Taiwan with Hong Kong media representatives. They came to NTNU on the 4th of March. The Dean of International Affairs, Frank Y-H Ying, the Chair of the Department of Fine Arts, Cheng Tai Le, and the Chair of the Music Department, Chinn-Horng Nanette CHEN all welcomed the guest enthusiastically. The Chair and former Chair of Hong Kong & Macau Students Association and a music major were interviewed.
2016.0316

Alumnus Tseng Miao Fen Leads Chinese Education in USA

In the March issue of Business Weekly, the alumnus of the English Department of NTNU, Tseng Miao fen, was introduced because of her outstanding career in Chinese teaching. Dr. Tseng is the first Chinese director and key trainer of the STARTALK Teacher Program at the University of Virginia. Her books are highly welcomed by Chinese teachers in the states and she is listed in the Who's Who in America Education.
2016.0314

Waseda Uni Comes to NTNU

On the 3rd of March, professors from the Chinese Distance learning Department of Waseda University, Koichi Murakami, Yumi Okazaki, Kawa Koji, Yang Da came to the Department of Chinese as a Second Language for a 17-day study with 32 students. The open ceremony was held on March 4th, teachers and students from both sides greeted each other and exchanged information.
2016.0310

CSIE Doctor Helps Google Beat Go Champ

Google defeat Go Champion with the help of a Taiwanese programmer. AlphaGO, a computer program developed by Google DeepMind in London, beat South Korean Go grandmaster Lee Se-dol on the 9th of March. The result was shocking to the world. And there was a Taiwanese born and educated doctor behind the super program AlphaGO.