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Taipei Tech and Customs Administration signed MoU in May

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Taipei Tech and Customs Administration signed MoU in May

Taipei Tech signed MoU with the Customs Administration, Ministry of Finance, in May to jointly cultivate professionals in museum industry. Activities such as sessions, guide tours, guide training, and internship are expected to enrich students’ theory background and practical experience. Two parties have the common goal of promoting the Customs Museum in Dadaocheng, Taipei to the world.

Established in 2011, Taipei Tech Department of Cultural Vocation Development provides learning environment to develop their cultural literacy, skill of project management, and the ability to harness digital tools. This cooperation with Customs Administration will create more opportunities for college student to actually work in a museum. In addition to be a tour guide, student might also participate in how to display articles for exhibition.

Currently, most of the collections in museum are in the Preventive Operation Section. Ivory tusk, controlled firearms and knives, and rhinoceros horn are all part of the interesting collections. The museum is planning to apply for joining the International Association of Customs Museums (IACM) in the near future.


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