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Online Signing Ceremony between Tunghai University and Wesleyan College for enhanced collaborations between Taiwan and the United States
Tunghai University signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Wesleyan College on July 22 of 2021 to promote international education between Taiwan and the United States. The event was also attended by the representatives from Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Atlanta to celebrate this important moment together.
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- Date : 2021-07-21
Online Signing Ceremony Attendees (from top left to right and bottom left to right):
Mr. Yuen Kwok Ming (Recruiting Representative and Admission Consultant of Wesleyan College),
Dr. Vivia L. Fowler (President of Wesleyan College),
Mr. Elliot Yi-Lung Wang (Director-General, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Atlanta),
Dr. James Sims (Dean of the International College,THU),
Dr. Mao-Jiun Wang (President of Tunghai University),
Dr. Annie Y. Tsai (International Chief of Tunghai University) and Dr. Melody Blake (Provost of Wesleyan College)
The signing ceremony between President of Tunghai University, Dr. Mao-Jiun Wang, and President of Wesleyan College, Dr. Vivia L. Fowler, was witnessed by the Director-General of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Atlanta, Elliot Yi-Lung Wang, who also happens to be an alumnus of Tunghai University from the Department of Political Science.
Dr. Mao-Jiun Wang (President of Tunghai University) hosting the Online Signing Ceremony on July 22.
After President Wang introduced the history of Tunghai University, President Vivia L. Fowler said in agreement that “… study abroad changes lives — we all know that —and for Wesleyan students, it is a transformative experience… We know that experiences like these will enhance their worldview and pay dividends for generations to come in international relations.”
President of Wesleyan College, Dr. Vivia L. Fowler, Gives Speech
Director-General Wang also expressed his joy in encouraging this ceremony. He was also very positive about the prospective collaboration between the two institutions and would be happy to give his full support to promote higher education exchanges between Taiwan and the United States.
Director-General of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Atlanta, Elliot Yi-Lung Wang, Gives Speech
After signing the MOU, the two institutions will launch and collaborate on innovative programs. Both universities will actively promote international mobility by encouraging student and faculty exchanges in the near future.