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03/03/2016.Wenzao Faculty Members and Students Participate in the Opening of National Palace Museum Southern Branch

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March. 3, 2016





【News release: Public Relations Office


        The National Palace Museum Southern Branch, “an Asian Art and Culture Museum,” officially opened on December 28, 2015. Twenty outstanding students from Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages also did their part at this spectacular event by serving as guides and receptionists for its opening ceremony. They left an unforgetable impression of professionalism on guests from artistic and cultural circles around the world.

 

  Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages is Taiwan’s one and only higher educational institution to have signed a collaborative internship project agreement with the National Palace Museum Southern Branch. Starting from April 2015, the project was put under the supervision of Yu-Hung Lee, an assistant professor from the Dept. of Communication Arts, as well as Chien-Yi Tu, an assistant professor from the Dept. of Spanish. They led 13 intern students who qualified in the first round of training to the museum on September 2015, where they partook in the preparation work for its opening and operation. Twenty-three second round students joined the lineup on the 29th and 30th. In the future, in line with the museum’s policies, Wenzao will establish internship training courses focusing on activity design, public relations and marketing, and administrative service, in addition to assisting in the application and promotion of digital archives resources, as well as the production of microfilms and documentaries. With Lee’s instruction, eight students from the Dept. of Communication Arts have also formed a filming team for the production of a documentary regarding the internship project between Wenzao and the museum.

 

  Furthermore, seven student representatives selected by the Wenzao Goodwill Ambassadors of the Office of Public Relations were delegated and served as guest receptionists and guides for the opening ceremony. Wenzao’s President Shieu-Ming Chou, Vice President for Development, Ching-Hwa Tsai, Academic Vice President Mei-Hua Chen, and Dean of Research and Development Chung-Hsien Shih were also invited to the opening ceremony as guests on that day.

 

  Hsin-Hui Chen, one of the intern students from Wenzao, said that she practiced working as a guide under the sweltering sun at the museum the day before the opening, and had guided international visitors from Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea, Europe and the U.S. for three days in introducing the scenic features of the museum, and 10 upcoming exhibitions, to visitors. The intern students also received representatives from the tourism industry, who visited for a better understanding of the museum in order to further introduce the museum to international tourists, thereby enhancing its global visibility. For this great cause, the students all practiced and prepared diligently in order to demonstrate the highest level of professionalism in serving as guides. Many guests from across the world highly praised the students’ performance, for which the students were truly touched.

































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One of the first round intern students (first from the right) introducing the eco-diverse gardens around the museum to the second round students to demonstrate how she would provide guide service



One of the students practicing providing guide service in a foreign language under the instruction of teachers from Dept. of French  



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Wenzao PR Ambassadors (first from the left and right) and museum staff members  



Receiving guests from Tibet at THSR Chiayi Station



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The filming team consisting of students from the Dept. of Communication Arts filming in the lobby of the museum as part of their internship



One of the students introducing the museum to tourists from Korea


 










     
    








 
 

 

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March. 3, 2016







【News release: Public Relations Office】

        The National Palace Museum Southern Branch, “an Asian Art and Culture Museum,” officially opened on December 28, 2015. Twenty outstanding students from Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages also did their part at this spectacular event by serving as guides and receptionists for its opening ceremony. They left an unforgetable impression of professionalism on guests from artistic and cultural circles around the world.
 
  Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages is Taiwan’s one and only higher educational institution to have signed a collaborative internship project agreement with the National Palace Museum Southern Branch. Starting from April 2015, the project was put under the supervision of Yu-Hung Lee, an assistant professor from the Dept. of Communication Arts, as well as Chien-Yi Tu, an assistant professor from the Dept. of Spanish. They led 13 intern students who qualified in the first round of training to the museum on September 2015, where they partook in the preparation work for its opening and operation. Twenty-three second round students joined the lineup on the 29th and 30th. In the future, in line with the museum’s policies, Wenzao will establish internship training courses focusing on activity design, public relations and marketing, and administrative service, in addition to assisting in the application and promotion of digital archives resources, as well as the production of microfilms and documentaries. With Lee’s instruction, eight students from the Dept. of Communication Arts have also formed a filming team for the production of a documentary regarding the internship project between Wenzao and the museum.
 
  Furthermore, seven student representatives selected by the Wenzao Goodwill Ambassadors of the Office of Public Relations were delegated and served as guest receptionists and guides for the opening ceremony. Wenzao’s President Shieu-Ming Chou, Vice President for Development, Ching-Hwa Tsai, Academic Vice President Mei-Hua Chen, and Dean of Research and Development Chung-Hsien Shih were also invited to the opening ceremony as guests on that day.
 
  Hsin-Hui Chen, one of the intern students from Wenzao, said that she practiced working as a guide under the sweltering sun at the museum the day before the opening, and had guided international visitors from Singapore, Hong Kong, Korea, Europe and the U.S. for three days in introducing the scenic features of the museum, and 10 upcoming exhibitions, to visitors. The intern students also received representatives from the tourism industry, who visited for a better understanding of the museum in order to further introduce the museum to international tourists, thereby enhancing its global visibility. For this great cause, the students all practiced and prepared diligently in order to demonstrate the highest level of professionalism in serving as guides. Many guests from across the world highly praised the students’ performance, for which the students were truly touched.





Photo / Center for Faculty Development




 


 




One of the first round intern students (first from the right) introducing the eco-diverse gardens around the museum to the second round students to demonstrate how she would provide guide service


One of the students practicing providing guide service in a foreign language under the instruction of teachers from Dept. of French  












Wenzao PR Ambassadors (first from the left and right) and museum staff members  


Receiving guests from Tibet at THSR Chiayi Station










The filming team consisting of students from the Dept. of Communication Arts filming in the lobby of the museum as part of their internship


One of the students introducing the museum to tourists from Korea