Yong-Xin Cup, the largest and the most indicative volleyball game in Taiwan, ended its 4-day competition on September 28th. NTNU Male Team A did not disappoint its supporters, and won the first place in Amateur Men’s Group for the first time.
Professor Li Shu-De, the mother of violin in Taiwan, turns 80 years old this year. In order to celebrate the event, the Department of Music, NTNU organizes a concert to rejoice over the occasion as well to praise the educational achievements of Li.
Due to the fact that there’s insufficient diversified leaning space on the main campus, starting from school year 2009 – 2010, the Centre for Learning and Teaching Development will turn room 104 in the Pu Classroom Building into a Happy Learning Room to join the already existing English Chatting Room (Pu 102) and English Self-Study Centre (Pu 101).
This year, President Ma declared that cultural creativity to be listed as 1 of the 6 key emerging industries in Taiwan, and the Executive Yuan announced that NT$ 30 billion would be devoted in 4 years.