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8 Criteria When Considering Where to Study

Author: Luis Valenzuela  │ National Taiwan Ocean University I came to Taiwan around five years already and with property I can say the island has made me great and helped me to achieve success in my career. Today I will let you know how everything started by the year of 2009. I was about to […]

Why Learning Chinese in Taiwan?

Taiwan has more than half of the century long history of teaching Chinese. According to the statistics from department of education, there’s at least 18 thousand foreigners come to Taiwan for learning Chinese. Foundation for International Cooperation in Higher Education of Taiwan’s interview with Hsiang-Hua Chou, director of Chinese Language Center, Tamkang University clearly addresses […]

【Video】Five Most Frequently Asked Questions from Vietnamese Students

  Hi everyone ~ I’m Nicholas Pham, a Vietnamese student who studying in Taipei, Taiwan. As a Vietnamese Student Ambassador in ‘Study in Taiwan’, I’m doing a series of blog to show you guys about my student life in Taiwan. And this is my first blog! This vlog will answer “5 most frequently asked questions” […]

【Student】Anthropology, Love, and Taiwan

Hello, I’m Tuukka (凃克), born in Finland and currently learning Chinese in Taichung, central Taiwan. In the following months, I along with my fellow ambassadors will be telling you about our experiences of living, studying, and working in Taiwan. I hope that our stories will give you a realistic picture about life here and serve […]

【Story】The Bridge of the East and the West: The Great Advantage of Higher Education in Taiwan

“Many students may think that the best thing to study in Taiwan is the liberal and friendly social atmosphere, but I think it should be more than this.” Frank Ying (印永翔), the former director of office of international affairs, National Taiwan Normal University, has profound opinion on Taiwan’s position in the international cooperation of higher […]

【Story】Come to Taiwan for Learning Chinese—Combining Learning and Life into One

“The reason why I come to Taiwan to learn Mandarin? If you’re a beginner, Taiwan is just right for you as it combines language and daily life into one.” We sat in Hsiang-Hua Chou’s renovated cozy classroom at Tamkang Language Center, interviewing him about his recommendation of learning Mandarin in Taiwan. Hsiang-Hua Chou had background […]

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