NCCU launching Chinese New Year’s Greeting Event
|President Edward Chow took charge of the lucky draw to encourage the faculty.|
|Instrumental performance presented by students of the Affiliated Experimental Elementary School of NCCU.|
|The dancing performance brought by students of the Affiliated Experimental Kindergarten of NCCU was followed by a burst of applause.|
|Staff of the Personnel Office also performed a series of dancing programs.|
|Current staff members, retired faculties and alumni gathered in NCCU to greet with each others.|
|The biggest award was won by the administrative staff member, Huei Ting Deng, from the College of Commerce.|
To welcome in the first day of work in 2017, the Personnel Office of NCCU launched the Chinese New Year’s Greeting event on February 6. Current staff members, retired faculties and alumni gathered in NCCU to celebrate with each others. With NCCU’s 90th anniversary around the corner, President Edward Chow delivered a speech to show his gratitude towards the faculties’ dedication in their work in 2016, also expecting them to further educate and cultivate more promising students. Subsequently, came with a series of stunning performances and the lucky draw with a variety of gifts.
President Edward Chow also discussed ongoing construction projects from last year, which included the Gymnasium renovation and the on schedule development of Zhinan Village’s new library. While speaking on the nature of education, Chow addressed improvements from the implementation of reducing the number of courses and setting a focus on the necessity of curriculum adjustments. Chow emphasized that students’ competitiveness and adaptability should be enhanced by promoting the learning culture, which enables them to become leaders and dedicated themselves to serving society.
The instrumental and dancing performances brought respectively by the students of the Affiliated Experimental Elementary School and Kindergarten of NCCU were greeted with loud applause. There were other performances by staff of the Personnel Office and Office of General Affairs, Ballroom Dance Committee of Athletic Association in WenShan District and the bellydance club, all of which caught the audience’s attention. The performances created a festive atmosphere for the Chinese New Year’s Greeting event.
Finally, the event was capped off by a lucky draw, with an iPhone 7 being the most sought after prize of the event. It was won by an administrative staff member, Deng Huei-Ting , from the College of Commerce.