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Formosan Landlocked Salmon Presented as 125 Masterpieces at Exhibition

Formosan Landlocked Salmon, the endangered species of the nation, became the feature for artists again as 95 arts workers in different fields came up with their masterpieces in different formats during the exhibition at the Taiwan Democracy Memorial Hall, which began today until May 30.

New Home for the College of Music Is Completed

Students from the College of Music, including Department of Music, Graduate Institute of Ethnomusicology and Graduate Institute of Performing Arts, have their new playground from now on, since the new offices and piano rooms were finished and introduced today.

Removed or Not, CKS Statue Still Hot

Graduate Institute of Performing Arts Associate Professor Jerry Hsia (夏學理) climbed up to the Chiang Kai-shek (CKS, 蔣介石) statue on the main campus this morning, put on a pair of fancy shades and a shopping bag in the statue’s hand as his students organized a promotion activity in front of the statue for their opera Hansel und Gretel, which will be shown at the auditorium on May 16 and May 17.

Diversed Turkey Mixes Everything

Turkish culture and food were introduced and presented during the international culture activity, held by the Office of International Affairs, at the International Lounge today.

NEWSMAKER – Korean Soccer Mom Fights for Her Sick Son

International student Myeong Hwa Park from Korea has been the everybody-ought-to-know character in the Department of Special Education (SPE) because the 43-year-old soccer mom is working on her degree only for her sick son.