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2016.1212

Team from NTNU Grabbed Gold Metal from Hong Kong Invention Expo

Taiwan delegation participated in the "2016 Hong Kong Inno Design Tech Expo", grabbing 41 gold, 21 silver and 15 special prize. The total score of Taiwan delegation has remain the highest for three consecutive years. The team from the graduate institute of Electro-optical Science and Technology developed a non-invasive and non-consumable detective technology of orchid disease. This can not only be used for orchid but any other plants. The invention won a gold medal and a special prize.
2016.1211

Prof. Hsieh Chih Mou, first Non-American receiving AEE Michael Stratton Practitioner’s Award

Hsieh Chih Mou is the first non-American that received the AEE Michael Stratton Practitioner’s Award in 30 years. Prof. Hsieh shared with us his stories of leading the students to raise funds to build schools in Nepal, India and northern Thailand and the audience was so touched that they clapped for 2 minutes after his speech.
2016.1209

Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Visited NTNU

NTNU has nearly 300 sister schools around the world and 96 of them are in Asia. On December 2nd, Principal of Hankuk University of Foreign Studies(HUSF), Prof. In-Chul KIM, Director of OIA, Prof.Jae-Ho HWANG, Prof.Dae-Guen LIM and Assistant Chang from the Department of Internaional and Corss-strait Education. They were welcomed by Vice President Cheng Chi Fu, Yu Kuang Chao, and Vice President for Office of International Affairs and Director Hsu from the Chinese Department.
2016.1208

Dr. Joys Cheung Joins the Graduate Institute of Ethnomusicology

On November 10th of 2016, Dr. Joys Cheung received the 2016 Rulan Chao Pian Prize From Prof. Bell Yung at a 30 anniversary celebration event of ACMR.
2016.1208

First Thanksgiving Dinner at MTC with Food from Hometown

The fourth Thursday of November is Thanksgiving, one of the important holidays in western countries. On November 24th, Mandarin Training Center held a year end gathering dinner, inviting more than 80 students to eat and share their traditional food.