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2018.0621

OIA Lunch Party Gathers Foreign and Local Exchange Student

A lunch party for exchange students, held by the Office of International Affairs, took place at NTNU on June 7th. NTNU students who are about to go abroad as exchange students and those who come to NTNU met and greeted, sharing information about their schools.
2018.0620

Silpakorn University Visited NTNU for Teachers Training

Vice President and administrators of Silpakorn University paid a visit to NTNU on May 28th. Vice President Greg Lee, Vice President for International Affairs Yu Kuang Chao, Vice President Hsu Ying Shao greeted the 28 guests in person and discussed teacher's training.
2017.1106

International Culture Day at Linkou with Local Community

Students from the Division of Preparatory Programs comes from more than 20 countries, making it the most internationalized campus in Taiwan. In order to celebrate cultures differences with local community, it’s decided that the International Culture Day on October 21 was jointly organized by the Linkou District Office. President of National Taiwan Normal University Chang Kuo En, Mayor of New Taipei City, Eric Chu and Director of Overseas Students Preliminaries, Wu Chung Hsin welcomed everyone to the campus of Linkou after hiking and experience some exotic food and performance.
2017.1027

First solo Performance of Takagi Makoto in Taiwan at NTNU

Takagi Makoto was born in Kanagawa ken. He has learned piano since little and started guitar at the age of 13. He studied in Musashino Academia Musicae. In 1982, he entered the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid in Spain and studied with Jorge Ariza. After graduation with outstanding performance and received the advanced diploma of guitar playing.
2017.1020

ACC Volunteer in Africa Sharing Experiences

The Amitofo Care Centre (ACC) - which comprises of an administration centre, children’s dormitories, youth dormitories, preparatory school, kindergarten, library, activity centre, medical centre, vocational training centre, religious centre, CBO etc - is founded and directed by Buddhist clergy from the East with an aspiration and mission to directly rear and care for orphans of Africa within the humanitarian and educational umbrella. The main principles of ACC are based on local African culture, Chinese culture and Buddhist philosophy which are given to the orphans in need.