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Things you have to know to be a CCU student
Chinese Culture University is on Taiwan Education Spotlight
Chinese Culture University is on Taiwan Education Spotlight APP now! The APP is presented by Times Higher Education, which is the leading publication in the world in the field of higher education. Check out the online version to see what prospect can Chinese Culture University bring to you by pursuing higher education in Taiwan!
Haiti: 60 Years of Friendship
On May 13, the Haitian ambassador to Taiwan, Mrs. Rachel Capauel, came to visit the PCCU Yang Ming campus, together with one of her country’s most celebrated top chefs - Cynthia Vema.
Natural Disasters in Taiwan
Every year, Taiwan is afflicted by about two strong typhoons, and a lot more earthquakes occur frequently in certain parts of the country, sometimes heavy ones. For tourists and people staying temporarily, these natural phenomenons are an interesting, sometimes scary experience - the residents though need to take them a lot more seriously.
Paradise for food & fun-loving creatures
Food from the Far Eastern hemisphere grew from a long tradition. Nowadays it is easy to find Chinese cuisine in every large international city. However, some critics insist that there are true Chinese delicacies that can only be found in Taiwan. For the Taiwanese people, food means art, and it also represents their culture.
Temperament, Simplicity, Strength, Tenacity
Chinese Culture University (CCU) was founded in 1962. The founder of CCU, Prof. Dr. Chang Chi-Yun, laid out the founding ideals of CCU: to integrate the merits of the East and the West, while remaining up to date. He also set the guiding spirit of the University: “temperament, simplicity, strength and tenacity”, underlining the importance of a student’s mindful awareness of the significance of education and social responsibility in life.
Yangmingshan - Character, Points of Destination
On Yangming Mountain, Chinese Culture University and the National Park are not the only destinations for people to visit. Other numerous sightseeing points include Lengshueikeng, Mount Qixing and Chingtienkang, all of which the following lines are dedicated to.