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11/05/2015.Celebration of the 50th School Anniversary and Charity Garden Fair was held

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International students participated in the charity garden fair

 



Photo taken by XS4A Huang Yu-wen

 



 















Oct. 23, 2015





【News release: Public Relations Office

 


    
     The Charity Garden Fair was held on Oct. 18 to celebrate the 50th anniversary. Many unique stands were designed by students/teachers and delicacies prepared to attract participants’ eyes and appetites. After deducting the cost, most of the earnings will be donated to social welfare foundations pro rata.
     
     The opening ceremony began with the dance performed by students of Welcome Club and Beat Box, a mimicry show. President Chou expressed that Oct. 21 is the 50th anniversary; the University was founded 50 years ago. By holding charity garden fair, the earnings can be donated to people in need; some classes have even decided to donate all their earnings.
         
     Chairperson Yang of the board of trustees said that the charity garden fair offers students opportunities to be creative and to work in teams to help social welfare organizations. By planning the fair, teachers and students can better understand the University’s motto of “Revere the Divine. Love the Human” and the spirit of serviam advocated by Saint Angela Merici. He emphasized that serviam is different from benefaction because one can only serve if one understands the other person’s needs and work enthusiastically to meet their needs. The one providing services can also experience the meaning of serviam. At the end of the opening ceremony, Chairperson Yang and President Chou beat the “gong” to open the fair.
        
     This year, there were nearly 100 creative stands. To attract more customers, students tried whatever they could. In addition to traditional Taiwanese food, there were also exotic cuisines, such as Mexican taco and burrito, Spanish Tortilla de patatas and risotto, Belgian waffles, Vietnamese salad, Beijing pancake, Japanese shaved ice and Mizu Shingen Mochi and French chocolate fromage frais. Many visitors outside the University tried out the tasty delicacies. 


  
     Haunted house made visitors scream and traditional games of “shoot the water ball” and “surprise box” were extremely welcome. The student dormitory also prepared shooting games that attracted many visitors. Some classes offered body painting and yukata dress up experience for participants to try something new. Laurel Stickney came from the United States has been studying Chinese in Wenzao for six weeks. It was her first time to take part in a garden fair in Taiwan. She helped with the body painting activities. Laurel said that even though the weather was hot, everyone was excited and generous to contribute to people who need help and she felt the love of Taiwanese people.


 


     Every year, Wenzao celebrates its anniversary and commemorates the death of St.  Ursula. Since 1968, the University has organized the annual charity garden fair to serve the needy and the weak. It is hoped that, through the fair, more people in the society are encouraged to provide assistance. As the University celebrated its 50th birthday, residents from local communities and alumni came to join and to recall their memories in the good old days.


     


           












































































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Opening performance by students of Welcome Club
Photographed by/XS4A Yu-rong Ke 



The mimicry show by B-Box Club
Photo taken by XS4A Huang Yu-wen



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Opening speech made by President Chou
Photographed by/Olivia Shu-ru Hsieh 


Speech made by Chairperson Yang
Photographed by/Olivia Shu-ru Hsieh

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Chairperson Yang and President Chou beat the “gong”
Photographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang 


Students attending the opening ceremony
Photographed by/XS4A Yu-rong Ke
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Chairperson Yang and President Chou with
the anti-drug parade team
Photographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang



President Chou at one of food stands
Photographed by/XE4A Wun-yu Siao


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Body painting experience
Photographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang 


Yukata dress up experience
arranged by the Japanese Department
Photographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang

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Haunted House designed by Department of Foreign Language Instruction
Photographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang 



Exotic food
Photographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang

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Fun games
 Photographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang  
   



“Shoot the water ball”
 Photographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang



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Shooting experience with the military instructor


Photo provided by/Director Mei-jyun Ciou of Student Affairs Office 


Fun games
 Photographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang

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Food preparation
Photographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang 



Please come to our stand!
Photographed by/XE4A Wun-yu Siao




   








 
 

 

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International students participated in the charity garden fair
 

Photo taken by XS4A Huang Yu-wen
 

 










Oct. 23, 2015







【News release: Public Relations Office】
 
         The Charity Garden Fair was held on Oct. 18 to celebrate the 50th anniversary. Many unique stands were designed by students/teachers and delicacies prepared to attract participants’ eyes and appetites. After deducting the cost, most of the earnings will be donated to social welfare foundations pro rata.           The opening ceremony began with the dance performed by students of Welcome Club and Beat Box, a mimicry show. President Chou expressed that Oct. 21 is the 50th anniversary; the University was founded 50 years ago. By holding charity garden fair, the earnings can be donated to people in need; some classes have even decided to donate all their earnings.               Chairperson Yang of the board of trustees said that the charity garden fair offers students opportunities to be creative and to work in teams to help social welfare organizations. By planning the fair, teachers and students can better understand the University’s motto of “Revere the Divine. Love the Human” and the spirit of serviam advocated by Saint Angela Merici. He emphasized that serviam is different from benefaction because one can only serve if one understands the other person’s needs and work enthusiastically to meet their needs. The one providing services can also experience the meaning of serviam. At the end of the opening ceremony, Chairperson Yang and President Chou beat the “gong” to open the fair.             This year, there were nearly 100 creative stands. To attract more customers, students tried whatever they could. In addition to traditional Taiwanese food, there were also exotic cuisines, such as Mexican taco and burrito, Spanish Tortilla de patatas and risotto, Belgian waffles, Vietnamese salad, Beijing pancake, Japanese shaved ice and Mizu Shingen Mochi and French chocolate fromage frais. Many visitors outside the University tried out the tasty delicacies. 
       Haunted house made visitors scream and traditional games of “shoot the water ball” and “surprise box” were extremely welcome. The student dormitory also prepared shooting games that attracted many visitors. Some classes offered body painting and yukata dress up experience for participants to try something new. Laurel Stickney came from the United States has been studying Chinese in Wenzao for six weeks. It was her first time to take part in a garden fair in Taiwan. She helped with the body painting activities. Laurel said that even though the weather was hot, everyone was excited and generous to contribute to people who need help and she felt the love of Taiwanese people.
 
     Every year, Wenzao celebrates its anniversary and commemorates the death of St.  Ursula. Since 1968, the University has organized the annual charity garden fair to serve the needy and the weak. It is hoped that, through the fair, more people in the society are encouraged to provide assistance. As the University celebrated its 50th birthday, residents from local communities and alumni came to join and to recall their memories in the good old days.
     
           













Opening performance by students of Welcome ClubPhotographed by/XS4A Yu-rong Ke 


The mimicry show by B-Box ClubPhoto taken by XS4A Huang Yu-wen












Opening speech made by President ChouPhotographed by/Olivia Shu-ru Hsieh 

Speech made by Chairperson YangPhotographed by/Olivia Shu-ru Hsieh









Chairperson Yang and President Chou beat the “gong”Photographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang 

Students attending the opening ceremonyPhotographed by/XS4A Yu-rong Ke







Chairperson Yang and President Chou withthe anti-drug parade teamPhotographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang


President Chou at one of food standsPhotographed by/XE4A Wun-yu Siao








Body painting experiencePhotographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang 

Yukata dress up experience arranged by the Japanese DepartmentPhotographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang











Haunted House designed by Department of Foreign Language InstructionPhotographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang 


Exotic foodPhotographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang 












Fun games Photographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang     


“Shoot the water ball” Photographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang












Shooting experience with the military instructor
Photo provided by/Director Mei-jyun Ciou of Student Affairs Office 

Fun games Photographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang











Food preparationPhotographed by/XS4A Yu-wun Huang 


Please come to our stand!Photographed by/XE4A Wun-yu Siao