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Hygiene, Counselling, and Education to Help Rebuild Damaged Areas in the 88 Flood, said Principle Guo

NTNU continues to care for the aftermath of the 88 Flood. When Principle Guo returned to Taiwan on August 19th from a cross-strait seminar on higher education and other academic visits, he immediately called a meeting with relative personnel to discuss issues in hygiene, counselling and education.

NTNU and PKU Agree on Forming a Research and Execution Group for Landscape Maintenance and Restoration

As Typhoon Morak damaged southern Taiwan and caused a disaster with huge flood, the issue of landscape maintenance has come into the spotlight again.

Students Volunteer Entered Damaged Areas from the 88 Flood

The first group of NTNU student volunteers set of on August 18th to Xinxing Junior High School in Kaohsiung City to help rebuild this campus damaged by the typhoon and the flood.

NTNU Set Up a Working Group for Victims of 88 Flood

In order to help the typhoon-stricken areas to reestablish their campus, NTNU Vice President Chen Chiung-Hua, under the instruction given by President Guo Yih-Shun, set up a working group to support the victims of 88 Flood.

NTNU Holds One Day Salary Donation for the Taiwan 88 Flood

Seeing the serious damages caused by Typhoon Morakot in southern Taiwan, NTNU Principle Kuo Yih-Shun urged that all faculty and alumni to donate a day’s salary to help the people in stricken areas. The total sum of money collected will be commissioned to governmental agencies or non-profit organizations to donate to areas in need.