[Blueboard] Chinese Studies Program Lecture Series

chinese at admu.edu.ph chinese at admu.edu.ph
Mon Dec 10 17:42:20 PHT 2012


The Chinese Studies Program
School of Social Sciences

invites you to the following joint lecture series in celebration of  
its 25th Anniversary:

TAIWAN WILL TOUCH YOUR HEART
by Mr. Chang Pong

and

A GLIMPSE OF TAIWAN FROM A SHORT-TERM INTERN'S PERSPECTIVE
by Mr. Bryan Tsang Lao


on Tuesday, 11 December 2012
at 4.30-6.00PM
at the Social Development Complex Conference Hall, Ateneo de Manila University


ABSTRACT and ABOUT THE SPEAKER
(TAIWAN WILL TOUCH YOUR HEART)

It proudly highlights Taiwan?s unique and vibrant tourism industry,  
and accentuates the holistic experiential approach that is prevailing  
in the marketing of their tourism resources. Taiwan tourism places  
great importance in providing a ?humane touch? to everything they have  
to offer. Among the most valued tourism facets of Taiwan that are  
touched upon are its thriving Culinary Tourism and its numerous  
heritage sites.

Mr. Chang Pong is the incumbent director of the Press Division of the  
Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in the Philippines. He  
served as the Director of the Information Division of TECO in  
Australia from 1996-2000 and was appointed as the Senior Officer of  
the Republic of China (Taiwan) Executive Yuan Domestic News Department  
in 2000-2003. He subsequently worked as the Director of the Press  
Division of TECO in Indonesia from 2003-2008. Before his posting here  
in the Philippines, Director Chang was the Deputy Director of the  
Audio and Visual Materials Department of the ROC Government  
Information Office (GIO) from 2008-2012.


ABSTRACT and ABOUT THE SPEAKER
(A GLIMPSE OF TAIWAN FROM A SHORT-TERM INTERN'S PERSPECTIVE)

A first-hand casual talk on the experience of a student-intern staying  
in a Taiwanese university. The speaker will share some of his insights  
with regards to Taiwanese culture, interesting landmarks, and the  
Chinese language in general.

Mr. Bryan Tsang Lao is currently a 5th year BS Computer Engineering  
student at the Ateneo de Manila University. He studied as an intern at  
Chung Chou University of Science and Technology (CCUT Taiwan) and was  
subsequently certified as a C-class Technical Tester by the Taiwan  
Embedded Microcontroller Development Institute (TEMI).  Occasionally,  
he also works as an assistant instructor for robotics workshops.

RSVP:  426-6001 locals 5208, 5288 (Ritch/Manilyn)


LECTURE SERIES in celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the Chinese  
Studies Program
Sponsored by the Ateneo de Manila University Ricardo Leong Center for  
Chinese Studies




-- 
Chinese Studies Program
School of Social Sciences, Loyola Schools
Ateneo de Manila University
Room 200, 2/F, Ricardo and Dr. Rosita Leong Hall
Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights, Quezon City 1108,Philippines
Phone (632) 426-6001 locals 5208, 5209
Fax   (632) 929-5397; 926-5118
Email <chinese at admu.edu.ph>

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