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“The Woodworker’s Home” is the collaborative presentation among Taipei Tech W. School and other fourteen universities in Taiwan which has woodworking-related majors and courses. More than thirty pieces of works exhibited center on the spirits of home.
On the rising tide of the US-China trade war, many have been curious, or even fearful, of the impact or change it has on Taiwan’s economy. Taipei Tech International Academia-Industry Alliance (IAIA) and the office of Industry-Academia Cooperation hosted a forum on the strategies towards the US-China trade war, inviting the renowned entrepreneurs in Taiwan to give a speech.
Taipei Tech and TBI Motion continue co-hosted the 4th annual competition on smart automation for the university students. With NT$400,000 in the prize pool and free components provided for the teams attending, the competition has motivated dozens of groups from different universities to make an attempt on their best.
Taipei Smart Material’s innovative techniques and materials are believed to replace current medical plaster and metal braces which are heavier and more expensive. Substantially empowered at its beginning phase, now TSM is ambitiously targeting the global market worthy of nearly USD three billion dollars.
This year’s conference, Literary Fantasy and Its Discontents, hosted by the Taipei Tech Department of English on November 23–24, explored the hazy boundaries between fantasy and reality in literary texts, films, and purported non-fiction.
Hosted on Nov 28 this year, the International Festival brought you a series of performances from students of different cultures and countries with free entry, food, and drinks, and would let you know how talented these international students are.
In closing up the gap between learning and applying, Taipei Tech made a further attempt this year to hold its first intern fair. Approximately 50 employers were attending, with more than 300 intern jobs available.
“Hopefully our students can learn from the spirit of ferric oxide,” said Taipei Tech President Wang Sea-Fue. “The spirit to perform steadily in a compound, and to stay strong in society.”
Wang Clan’s art exhibition is running from November 1st through 14th at Taipei Tech Arts & Cultural Center. All the guests are welcomed to visit during the opening hours from 09:00 a.m. to 07:00 p.m. on weekdays, or 02:00 p.m. to 06:00 p.m. on weekends.
Taipei Tech hosts the exhibition, “The Dialogue in 1913”, at the Mitsui Warehouse, presenting the documents about the cultural assets of the surrounding area during the Japanese colonization. The Mitsui & Co.’s old redbrick warehouse at the west of Taipei City is converted into the Info House that houses the exhibition, and runs every Tuesday through Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00.