“The Legend of Mont Saint-Michel” Lecture Promotes Taiwanese-French Cultural Exchange and Encourages Students to Visit FranceDr. Jean-René Morice, Director of Esthua Tourism, Culture and Hospitality at the University of Angers, was invited by the Graduate Institute of European Cultures and Tourism at National Taiwan Normal University to introduce the history and legends of Mont Saint-Michel on 18 April. His lecture was attended by nearly 300 people. Through the lecture, Professor Morice invited the audience to visit France and see the beauty of the island for themselves.
Friday Coffee Corner is a place where you can’t resist yourself to speak your second language.On February 24th, the Friday Coffee Corner (FCC) opening day, with almost 50 Students plus faculty members from different Colleges and the Mandarin Training Center(MTC) show up, a lounge vibe of gathering and served with eye-catching pastry and coffee.
OIA Christmas Tree DIY Event for All Students for Cultural ExchangeChristmas is around the corner. In order to connect international students and foster cultural exchanges, the Office of International Affairs of NTNU hosted Christmas tree making activities on December 13 and 14. Over 100 teachers and students enrolled for the DIY event and the campus is full of Christmas elements and festive atmosphere.
Make Soaps and Make Friends at Soap Workshops by OIAThe Office of International Affairs of NTNU prepared a two day event of soap making workshops for international students, local students and overseas Chinese students as a chance for them to meet new friends while enjoying the fun of making soaps.