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2017.1003

Welcome Party for Exchange Students by OIA

Joining an exchange program is a journey to a different world. Many NTNU students take on the challenge of going abroad, many foreign students come to NTNU to study. To promote the mutual understanding of each other, The Office of International Affairs held a welcome party for exchange students at general building.
2017.0928

Guests of Taiwan Vietnam Educational Forum Visited NTNU

The educational visiting group of Taiwan Vietnam Forum, composed of Hanoi University of Law and Hanoi National University of Education and other 4 universities came to NTNU on September 19th. Vice President Sung Yao Ting, Vice President for International Affairs Yu Kuang Chao welcomed them.
2017.0825

International Reporters of Universiade Visited NTNU

The 2017 Summer Universiade has begun in Taipei. Many NTNU students take part in the games and the stadium is one of the official venue. On August 21st, a group of International reporters visited NTNU. Vice President Wu Cheng Chih, Dean of College of Sports and Recreation, Chi Li Kang, Associate Vice President of the Office of International Affairs, Huang Chi Yo, Chairman Tan Tien-Chin of the Graduate Institute of Sport, Leisure and Hospitality, Chairman Lin Mei Chun of the Department of Physical Education and other professors welcomed the guests. Secretary Chen Tzu Show and Lin Ming Chun from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs attended the group tour as well.
2017.0809

Czech Students Visited the Dept. of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literature

14 students from Masaryk University, Czech Republic came to NTNU on July 17th and visited the Department of Taiwan Culture, Languages and Literature. The students has learned Mandarin for about a year back home and they are interested in knowing more about Taiwan.
2017.0618

Department of Health Education and Health Promotion Designed VR Game to Fight Drugs

Team from the Department of Health Education and Health Promotion designed a VR game about anti-drugs. According to a study, more than 80% of teenagers used drugs because of imitation or misled by friends.