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07/15/2015.Chinese Summer Program and Bilingual Summer Camp both started on July 6, 2015

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2015 Chinese Summer Program


 Photo taken by Li-Ching Wu  















July 15, 2015





【News release: Public Relations Office

 


    The opening ceremony of the 8th Chinese Summer Program for international students and the 1st Bilingual Summer Camp for senior high school student was both held on the morning of July 6th. International students were attracted to learn Chinese at Wenzao and experience local culture; the Bilingual Camp provides courses in English only and also gives students the opportunity to learn the second foreign language (German or Japanese) or even the third foreign language (Korean) which allows them to explore the beauty of language and culture.


  


     The Chinese Summer Program was hosted by Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation; 36 teachers and students from seven sister schools situated in Belgium, Spain, United States, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Japan were the participants. Representatives from three Indonesian universities joined the program for the first time.


   


     They all resided in the dormitory for a period of 3 weeks, yet they experienced the way of life of their host families for two weekends. The courses include learning Chinese and having cultural activities, for example, practicing Tai Chi, playing Chinese chess and writing calligraphy. In addition, they were astonished at the pretty landscapes while visiting famous tourist spots, such as the Pier-2 Art Center in Kaohsiung, Taiwan Indigenous Peoples Culture Park in Pingtung and Sun Moon Lake in Nantou, etc.


   


     The Bilingual Summer Camp for senior high school students was hosted by the Div. of Extension Education; outstanding students nationwide were attracted, with three from Penghu. To encourage all participants to speak English only during the entire 5-day period, activities such as singing contests, crucial moments in English and whispering nights were designed to build their self-confidence. Beyond staying in a completely English environment, they could also learn the second foreign language or the third foreign languages and that was the main reason for signing up.


   


     The Bilingual Summer Camp for junior high school students was continuingly held from July 20th-24th and 120 remarkable students had joined this program; two thirds of them came from outside Kaohsiung and some even came from Kinmen and Penghu, the offshore islands.


 


 


 














































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Participants of Chinese Summer Program


became good friends with team assistants (middle).
 Photo taken by Li-Ching Wu 


Rachel (left) from Belgium and Tagirem from Spain
Photo taken by Yu-Wen Huang

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A visit to School Archive
Photo taken by Yu-Chiao Wang 



Pattaramon PLINSUT from Thailand: her first time


 to Chinese Summer Program
Photo taken by Yu-Chiao Wang



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John Amir HAWES (left) from Belgium


was interviewed by campus reporters
Photo taken by Li-Ching Wu 


A visit to Formosa Boulevard Station, KMRT
Photo taken by Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation

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Bilingual Summer Camp
Photo taken by Li-Ching Wu 


Learning English by playing
Photo taken by Div. of Extension Education
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High school students became good friends


with team assistant (middle).
Photo taken by Yu-Wen Huang 


High school students of Bilingual Summer Camp
Photo taken by Yu-Wen Huang

       
   








 
 

 

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2015 Chinese Summer Program
 Photo taken by Li-Ching Wu  










July 15, 2015







【News release: Public Relations Office】
 
    The opening ceremony of the 8th Chinese Summer Program for international students and the 1st Bilingual Summer Camp for senior high school student was both held on the morning of July 6th. International students were attracted to learn Chinese at Wenzao and experience local culture; the Bilingual Camp provides courses in English only and also gives students the opportunity to learn the second foreign language (German or Japanese) or even the third foreign language (Korean) which allows them to explore the beauty of language and culture.
  
     The Chinese Summer Program was hosted by Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation; 36 teachers and students from seven sister schools situated in Belgium, Spain, United States, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Japan were the participants. Representatives from three Indonesian universities joined the program for the first time.
   
     They all resided in the dormitory for a period of 3 weeks, yet they experienced the way of life of their host families for two weekends. The courses include learning Chinese and having cultural activities, for example, practicing Tai Chi, playing Chinese chess and writing calligraphy. In addition, they were astonished at the pretty landscapes while visiting famous tourist spots, such as the Pier-2 Art Center in Kaohsiung, Taiwan Indigenous Peoples Culture Park in Pingtung and Sun Moon Lake in Nantou, etc.
   
     The Bilingual Summer Camp for senior high school students was hosted by the Div. of Extension Education; outstanding students nationwide were attracted, with three from Penghu. To encourage all participants to speak English only during the entire 5-day period, activities such as singing contests, crucial moments in English and whispering nights were designed to build their self-confidence. Beyond staying in a completely English environment, they could also learn the second foreign language or the third foreign languages and that was the main reason for signing up.
   
     The Bilingual Summer Camp for junior high school students was continuingly held from July 20th-24th and 120 remarkable students had joined this program; two thirds of them came from outside Kaohsiung and some even came from Kinmen and Penghu, the offshore islands.
 
 
 












Participants of Chinese Summer Program
became good friends with team assistants (middle). Photo taken by Li-Ching Wu 

Rachel (left) from Belgium and Tagirem from SpainPhoto taken by Yu-Wen Huang











A visit to School ArchivePhoto taken by Yu-Chiao Wang 


Pattaramon PLINSUT from Thailand: her first time
 to Chinese Summer ProgramPhoto taken by Yu-Chiao Wang




 







John Amir HAWES (left) from Belgium
was interviewed by campus reportersPhoto taken by Li-Ching Wu 

A visit to Formosa Boulevard Station, KMRTPhoto taken by Office of International and Cross-strait Cooperation











Bilingual Summer Camp Photo taken by Li-Ching Wu 

Learning English by playingPhoto taken by Div. of Extension Education









High school students became good friends
with team assistant (middle).Photo taken by Yu-Wen Huang 

High school students of Bilingual Summer CampPhoto taken by Yu-Wen Huang