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2009 Outstanding Alumnus – Guo Bo-Jia (Principle of Taichung First Senior High School)

Guo Bo-Jia, Principle of Taichung First Senior High School (TFSHS), graduated from the Department of Mathematics in 1973. He started his educational career as a frontline teacher in Tainan Second Senior High School (TSSHS). He offered to accompany students to study on his holidays, which enhanced the performances of many students, and made donations for students with less wealthy background. His dedication and effort were recognized and he became the principle of TSSHS. “As a teacher graduating form NTNU, I’m just doing my part,” he said humbly when he became the principle of TFSHS last year.

2009 Outstanding Alumnus – Wu Jian-Xin (Executive Director of the Chinese YMCA of Hong Kong)

“NTNU has a life-long influence on me,” said Dr. Wu Jian-Xin, an Hong Kong student graduating from NTNU in 1974. “I’ve been following the school motto for over the past 3 decades, which made all my achievements possible.” Wu is an alumnus of the Department of Social Education. He’s currently the Executive Director of the Chinese YMCA of Hong Kong. When it comes to his alma mater, all he has to say is gratitude and appreciation. After graduation, Wu returned to Hong Kong and has been working in YMCA since then.

2009 Outstanding Alumnus – Huang Min-Hui (Mayor of Chiayi City)

As the current Mayor of Chiayi and the Vice Chairperson of the KMT, Huang Min-Hui, graduating from NTNU in 1982, does not have the typical politician feel: she is accessible and friendly. During this interview, her tones were soft but the expression in her eyes determined. We could see her gentle disposition cultivated in the Department of Chinese though she has taken another career path after teaching for 14 years. It is a natural occupational choice since she was born in a political family. Yet, “my involvement in education has been one of the biggest fortune in my life,” Huang remarked.

2009 Outstanding Alumnus – Huang Jin-Hong (NTNU Honorary Professor)

Professor Huang Jin-Hong was one of the first set of graduates from the Department of Chinese in 1950. His early life was tough with poverty and warfare. He didn’t have much chance to receive school education and didn’t finish his bachelor degree until he was 28 years-old. He pursued further studies in Japan even after he became a university professor. He can be one of the best role models with his diligence and persistence. Huang has devoted himself in Chinese education and cultivated generations of students with outstanding achievements. His publications are rich and varied, which further proofs Huang’s achievements and excellence.

2009 Outstanding Alumnus – Ceng Shi-Qiang (NTNU Professor)

Graduated from the Department of Industrial Education in 1957. He is a MA in Educational Administration and a Doctor in Philosophy. He’s been studying Chinese-style management for more than three decades, and is called “the father of Chinese management”, a Chinese who knows all Chinese the most. Back in 1953, Ceng told us, he was attracted by the newly established department, which cooperated with Pennsylvania University and offered students further study in the US after their graduation. Coming from a poor family, this skinny boy grew into a stronger youngster mentally and physically during his stay in NTNU.