Imagine a short film that brings together Legislative Yuan President Wang Jin-pyng (王金平), tennis champion Lu Yen-hsun (盧彥勳), and actress-singer Shara Lin (林逸欣) to tell a story of embracing change and discovering yourself. What could possibly bring these very different people together? They all graduated from National Taiwan Normal University, of course!
National Taiwan Normal University President Chang Kuo-en (張國恩) presented today the outcome of the school's investments with research funds -- the high-end instrument center, featuring a new 600MHz Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) machine.
The Ministry of Education will consider holding a second conference next year on family and urban policies after the success of last weekend's conference, hosted by NTNU's Department of Human Development and Family Studies. The two-day event brought together academics, professionals, and government representatives from Taiwan and abroad to discuss some of the country's major pressing social issues.
Betel nuts, Taiwan-isms, and political views. These are some of the aspects of life in Taiwan that stood out the most to 12 students from Canada's University of Alberta who arrived here three months ago.
Juniors from NTNU's Department of Human Development and Family Studies got an early start on giving back to the community this month thanks to a parent-child camp held in conjunction with Bali Resurrection Church (八里復活基督教會). The camp, held on May 18, brought two generations together to participate in three-legged races, snack-making, and other activities focusing on cooperation and team spirit.