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- A Farewell Ceremony for KSU Students' Chinese Language Teaching in Thailand and Malawi
Published Date：2013-07-02Twenty Thai universities have commissioned Taiwan’s Ministry of Education (MOE) to arrange students for Chinese language teaching in Thailand. KSU Chinese Language Center recommended five students for the MOE: Chin-yen Lee, Ya-hui Yang and Ssu-yu Lin from KSU Public Relations and Advertising Department, Yi-ting Chiu from KSU Information Management Department, and Po-hsuan Hsu from KSU Computer and Communication Department, who were heading to Thailand on the 28th of June. In addition, Kuei-mei Tsai from KSU Industry-Academic Collaboration Program would teach at the school in Malawi in southeast Africa.
KSU Vice President, Kuo-hsien Huang, said that KSU Chinese Language Center, established in 2012, has been successfully recommended ten students to teach Chinese in Thailand so far. He hoped that this year the six students, who represented KSU from Taiwan, would spare no effort in teaching Chinese and further demonstrate a positive image of KSU. In addition, the KSU Chinese Language Center Dean Yu-hua Wang declared that the five KSU students has taken at least 90 hours of courses for attain the teaching qualification. The commission of Chinese language teaching in Thailand and Malawi is eight months in duration, and Taiwan’s MOE will pay for the flights as well as provide 500 USD monthly living subsidy to each student.
One of the five students, Ya-hui Yang, who was the assistant of KSU Chinese Language Center, said that she hoped to experience various life styles and cultures in different countries, and further to strengthen her teaching skills in the meantime. Likewise, Chin-yen Lee would also like to teach Chinese in diverse countries, and hoped that someday it would become a universal language around the world in the future.