Hosted by the Department of History, NTNU, the Chinese Legal Studies Association, and the Tang Dynasty Laws Studies Association, a international symposium on Tiansheng Decree of the Northern Sung Dynasty was held on November 6th and 7th at the Conference Hall in the Union Building,
With an emphasis on technology, inheritance and promotion, the 63rd NTNU Sports Day will be held on November 20th on the Kungkuan Campus for the renovation of the sports field on the Main Campus will not be completed until next January.
A seminar organized by the Office of General Education invited Yang Jing-Tian, Minister of Foreign Affairs, to talk about Taiwan’s diplomatic policies and outlook, and to analyze international circumstances from the viewpoint of “flexible diplomacy” on November 4th. Furthermore, Yang will broaden the horizons for students aspiring to go into diplomacy with his rich experiences as a diplomat.
16 students of the Graduate Institute of European Cultures and Tourism went to Rome, Italy with Professor Chen Xue-Yi and had a 2-week internship, in which students took classes from three professors from Pontifical Gregorian University and visited the city of Rome, churches, palaces, museums and galleries.
A musical feast was held in NTNU on the first of November. The World Leadership Education Foundation invited Taiwanese trio masters, harpist Li Zhe-Yi, violinist cellist Lin Tian-Ji and Ouyang Hui-Ru to perform with the Beijing Jiaotong University Symphony Orchestra (BJUSO).