Unconventional Chinese Courses at ISU

To help students put what they have learned into practice in their lives, ISU does its utmost to innovate its Chinese courses with creativity and innovation, in the hopes that students can become talents with great potential, who are equipped with a great understanding of interpersonal relationships, outstanding communication skills, critical thinking, and personal creativity.

Jung-Te Hsiao (middle) and Tsung-Che Tsai (second from left) took first and third place, respectively, at the short speech competition.

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