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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.
2017.0616

Installation Arts on Campus In Name of Freedom

Have you even noticed that the campus looks a little bit different lately? The Roman plaza becomes a pond for boats and the clock is surrounded with white spider webs. These are created by students from the Department of Fine Arts in the name of freedom and they will be on campus till the end of June. Everyone are welcomed to take pictures with these arts and think about freedom.
2017.0425

GF-EMBA Brings Creativity into the Fashion Industry of Taiwan

The EMBA in Global Fashion, focusing on nourishing the talent in branding, marketing and fashion management, held the welcome party at Grand Hotel and presented their work of fashion. Model Lin Yu Li, President Chang Kuo En, CEO Hsia Hsueh Li and Designer Huang Hsiu Chin prepared the symbolic code that represent the five ethnic groups in Taiwan.
2017.0331

Linguists Prof. MacWhinney Talks to NTNU

Prof. Brian MacWhinney from Carnegie Mellon University was invited to give a speech about the limits of age differences on language learning. Brian MacWhinney is a Professor of Psychology and Modern Languages at Carnegie Mellon University, who is specializes in first and second language acquisition, psycholinguistics, and the neurological bases of language. The speech was held on March 22nd under the initiation of Aim for the Top University office. The topic is “Biological(?) Limits on Success in Second Language Learning”, discussing the difference in language of people from different age groups.