A delegation of two teachers and 20 students from Ko Lui Secondary School in Hong Kong visited the Department of Tourism Management and the Department of Hotel and Restaurant Management on June 26, 2014.
Vice-president Chen of CNU welcomes visitors from Ko Lui Secondary School in Hong Kong on June 26, 2014.
Staff and students from Ko Lui Secondary School visit CNU’s Department of Hotel and Restaurant Management
On May 9, 2013, CNU Department of Applied Foreign Languages invited Indian scholar Dr. Visvanathan to make a speech.
Indian scholar Dr. Visvanathan making a speech
January 22, 2014 Visit to CNU by Jakarta Taipei School, Indonesia
The principal of Jakarta Taipei School in Indonesia, Mr. Tsai Hsien-Kou (second from right), visited CNU, accompanied by his wife and two teachers from the kindergarten division of the school.
April 28, 2014: Delegation from Japan’s Hollywood University of Beauty and Fashion and Hollywood Fashion and Beauty University visits CNU
Group photo of the delegation from Hollywood University of Beauty and Fashion with CNU executives. Front row from the right: Dr. Enatsu Kenichi, president of Hollywood University of Beauty and Fashion; Dr. Samuel Sun-Chi Wu, vice-president of CNU. The second row from the right: Dr. Kawashima Kotaro, head of international exchanges at Hollywood Hairdressing and Beauty Institute; Ms. Chiang Man-Wen, head of the Taipei office of the Hollywood Hairdressing and Beauty Institute and Ms. Chang Yi-Hua, head of the Tainan office of the Hollywood Hairdressing and Beauty Institute.
March 13, 2014 Professor Yoshinori Asakawa from Tokushima Bunri University in Japan visits CNU
Professor Yoshinori Asakawa (right) from Tokushima Bunri University in Japan with CNU president Professor Lee Suen-Zone.
Professor Yoshinori Asakawa (left) from Tokushima Bunri University in Japan with CNU vice-president Professor Chen Ming-Tyan
Professor Yoshinori Asakawa from Tokushima Bunri University with CNU personnel
On September 24, 2013, Dr. Michinari Yokohama, dean of the College of Bioindustry at Tokyo University of Agriculture, Hokkaido Campus, and six accompanying scholars, visited CNU, and discussed plans for academic and cooperation and exchange with the Department of Cosmetic Science.
Bioindustry scholars from the Tokyo University of Agriculture (front right) meet with the Chairman of the Board of CNU, Dr. Wang (left).
Professor Sakai Hiromichi from Saitama Prefectural University visited CNU and delivered a lecture on March 21, 2013.
Professor Sakai Hiromichi from Saitama Prefectural University with staff and students from CNU
November 18, 2013 Kohn Kaen University, Thailand, signs dual degree agreement with CNU
CNU president Lee Suen-Zone and Kohn Kaen University president Kittichai Triratanasirichai sign the dual degree agreement on behalf of their respective universities
CNU President Lee Suen-Zone presents a memento to Kohn Kaen University, which is accepted on behalf of the university by president Dr. Kittichai Triratanasirichai
Kohn Kaen University presents a memento to CNU
Group photo of participants in the signing ceremony
May 21, 2014. Welcoming back some old friends
A four-person delegation from the University of St. Thomas, Houston, led by board member Mr. Don J. Wang, president Dr. Ivany and chair of the Center for International Studies Dr. Stockton, and accompanied by representative Chen Yi-Shun from the International and Cross-Strait Division of the Ministry of Education, visited CNU at 3.00 p.m. on May 25, 2014.
In addition to being a member of the board of trustees at the University of St. Thomas, Mr. Don J. Wang is also an honorary committee member of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Houston District Overseas Compatriot Affairs Commission, and has devoted himself tirelessly to the work of this commission for many years.
A delegation from the University of St. Thomas first visited CNU in 2011, thus initiating an exchange relationship which has continued to grow and flourish.
In January of this year, Dr. Stockton again led a group of 14 students in a visit to our campus. While visiting CNU’s Center for Arts and Culture, this group of students who had never previously visited Taiwan viewed an exhibition of handcrafted works by artists who have been certified as “The Home of Taiwan Handicrafts,” including ceramics, bamboo products, gold and silverware, woven and died fabrics, etc.. The students showed great interest in these exhibits, and were especially enthusiastic to learn about the traditional Taiwanese custom of serving and enjoying tea, joining in the activity with great gusto.
In addition, the students toured the cradle of Taiwan’s traditional culture, Tainan city. They were accompanied by students from CNU’s Department of Applied English, who served as “guardian angels,” explaining the history and significance of the sites visited. In the course of the tour, the group visited the National Museum of Taiwan Literature, Fort Zeelandia, Fort Provintia, the Anping Sword Lions, and Da Tong Night Market, as well as tasting examples of Tainan’s renowned snack food, including shrimp rolls and bean jelly pudding.
Through this activity, the visiting American college students were able to personally experience Taiwan’s rich history and gourmet delights, leaving an indelible impression in their minds.
This third visit by a delegation from the University of St. Thomas was augmented by the presence of a member of the board and the university president, clearly demonstrating the importance UST places on its exchange relationship with Chia Nan University.
In a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, the two sides completed the signing of a MOU, thus officially creating a sister university relationship. Both schools are now engaged in enthusiastic discussions on the implementation of specific exchange activities, including attendance by CNU students at a summer camp or convention at UST, teacher exchanges, lectures or combined research plans, and extended visits by exchange students to take courses at the partner university.
Group photo of the UST delegation with CNU executives
CNU president Dr. Lee Suen-Zone with UST president Dr. Ivany, after the signing of the MOU.
January 7, 2014 Visit by a delegation from the University of St. Thomas, Houston, Texas.
Dr Wang, Chairman of the Board of CNU (left) welcomes UST delegation. To his right are professor Samuel Sun-Chi Wu, CNU vice-president and Dr. Hans Stockton, chair of the Center for International Studies at UST.
The delegation from the University of St. Thomas, Texas, listens to CNU vice president professor Samuel Wu’s plan for future student exchanges between UST and CNU.
Visiting students from the University of St. Thomas, Texas, are given a guided tour of a handicraft exhibition in the CNU Center for Arts and Culture.
Students from the University of St. Thomas try serving tea to CNU vice president Professor Samuel Wu in the style of the Tang dynasty.
Students from the University of St. Thomas participate in a Taiwanese tea ceremony
2013 International Forum on Green Technologies and Management –Taiwan, conducted jointly with National Kaohsiung Marine University, May 3, 2013
Forum moderator Professor Chen Yi-Ming of CNU’s Department of Environmental Management opens the conference
Distinguished guests at the forum: (left to right) Dean of the College of Environmental Science, Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City Professor Juan, and Dean of the College of Environmental Science, Vietnam National University, Hanoi City Professor Huang.
On June 18, 2013, CNU signed a MOU with AECOM Ltd, the world’s biggest engineering consultancy firm.
CNU President Professor Lee Sun-Zone and Senior Vice President of AECOM Taiwan Mr. Cheng Wen Yu are pictured after signing the agreement.
Group Photograph after the MOU signing