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05/13/2016.Chairperson of the Asociación de los Empresarios Taiwanese en México Attends Wenzao’s Overseas Internship Seminar

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 Chairperson Yu-chi Lin speaks at the seminar for overseas internship to Mexico held by the Department of Spanish.
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 May 13, 2016





 【News release: Department of Spanish】

     The Department of Spanish held a well-received seminar for overseas internship to Mexico. Honorary Chairperson Yu-chi Lin of the Asociación de los Empresarios Taiwanese en México spoke at the seminar in which more than 60 current students, alumni, and parents of students participated.

     Chairperson Lin is also the president of several companies in Mexico and said that Mexico is the leading Spanish-speaking country in the Americas. Taiwan-based companies such as Foxconn Technology Group and ASUS have established plants locally. The biggest challenge for Taiwanese enterprises in Mexico is the lack of Spanish-speaking talents. In light of this, he and the Department have been cooperating in recent years to offer internships and job opportunities to students. It is not only conducive to the business of the companies but also helpful to the career planning of the students as it provides them with various job choices and guarantees.

     He further expressed that the provision of overseas internships in Mexico is only the beginning. It is expected that Taiwanese enterprises in Central and South America will also form the industry-university cooperation with the Department in order to solve the shortage of talents faced by Taiwanese enterprises in other countries.

     In his remarks, he praised the students of the Department for their outstanding performance in Mexico over the years, saying that he was particularly impressed by the language ability and job attitude of the students of the two-year college program. He started his remarks with the slogan of the American War of Independence and Columbus’ finding of new lands. He then introduced the social status and political as well as economic development of Mexico and encouraged students to see the world.

     Professor Martin Tu of the Department shared his visit to Taiwanese enterprises in Mexico during the summer vacation last year and reminded students of things to be aware of in regard to internships and jobs. Chairperson Lin answered students’ and their parents’ questions about visas, payment, job content, military service, and age limit in full detail during the seminar.

     After the seminar, Chairperson Lin visited the Vice President for Development, Qin-hua Tsai and promised to come back to Mexico with more Taiwanese businessmen this September so that they can experience the graceful environment and academic atmosphere. He will also provide instructions as a mentor. Chairperson Cecilia Liu of the Department proposed opening industry-university courses with Taiwanese enterprises in Mexico to help graduates of the Department to quickly adapt to their new workplace. 



 

























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Students raise questions enthusiastically at the seminar


for overseas internship to Mexico.


Professor Martin Tu (left) presides at the seminar.

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(Left to right) Professor Martin Tu of the Department of Spanish, Vice President for Development Qin-hua Tsai, Chairperson Yu-chi Lin, Dean Shou-hui Chang of the College of European and Asian Languages, and Chairperson


Cecilia Liu of the Department of Spanish take a group photo.


Vice President for Development Qin-hua Tsai (left) presents a token of Wenzao.




 

 




 
 

 

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 Chairperson Yu-chi Lin speaks at the seminar for overseas internship to Mexico held by the Department of Spanish. Photo provided the Department of Spanish
 







 


 May 13, 2016







 【News release: Department of Spanish】
     The Department of Spanish held a well-received seminar for overseas internship to Mexico. Honorary Chairperson Yu-chi Lin of the Asociación de los Empresarios Taiwanese en México spoke at the seminar in which more than 60 current students, alumni, and parents of students participated.
     Chairperson Lin is also the president of several companies in Mexico and said that Mexico is the leading Spanish-speaking country in the Americas. Taiwan-based companies such as Foxconn Technology Group and ASUS have established plants locally. The biggest challenge for Taiwanese enterprises in Mexico is the lack of Spanish-speaking talents. In light of this, he and the Department have been cooperating in recent years to offer internships and job opportunities to students. It is not only conducive to the business of the companies but also helpful to the career planning of the students as it provides them with various job choices and guarantees.
     He further expressed that the provision of overseas internships in Mexico is only the beginning. It is expected that Taiwanese enterprises in Central and South America will also form the industry-university cooperation with the Department in order to solve the shortage of talents faced by Taiwanese enterprises in other countries.
     In his remarks, he praised the students of the Department for their outstanding performance in Mexico over the years, saying that he was particularly impressed by the language ability and job attitude of the students of the two-year college program. He started his remarks with the slogan of the American War of Independence and Columbus’ finding of new lands. He then introduced the social status and political as well as economic development of Mexico and encouraged students to see the world.
     Professor Martin Tu of the Department shared his visit to Taiwanese enterprises in Mexico during the summer vacation last year and reminded students of things to be aware of in regard to internships and jobs. Chairperson Lin answered students’ and their parents’ questions about visas, payment, job content, military service, and age limit in full detail during the seminar.
     After the seminar, Chairperson Lin visited the Vice President for Development, Qin-hua Tsai and promised to come back to Mexico with more Taiwanese businessmen this September so that they can experience the graceful environment and academic atmosphere. He will also provide instructions as a mentor. Chairperson Cecilia Liu of the Department proposed opening industry-university courses with Taiwanese enterprises in Mexico to help graduates of the Department to quickly adapt to their new workplace. 


 






Photos provided by the Department of Spanish












Students raise questions enthusiastically at the seminar
for overseas internship to Mexico.

Professor Martin Tu (left) presides at the seminar.











(Left to right) Professor Martin Tu of the Department of Spanish, Vice President for Development Qin-hua Tsai, Chairperson Yu-chi Lin, Dean Shou-hui Chang of the College of European and Asian Languages, and Chairperson
Cecilia Liu of the Department of Spanish take a group photo.

Vice President for Development Qin-hua Tsai (left) presents a token of Wenzao.