Cultural Affairs Bureau and NCKU join forces, sign memorandum to boost cultural education cooperation.-國立成功大學永續發展SDGs

Cultural Affairs Bureau and NCKU join forces, sign memorandum to boost cultural education cooperation.

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Cultural Affairs Bureau and NCKU join forces, sign memorandum to boost cultural education cooperation.

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Today (6/18), the Cultural Affairs Bureau of Tainan City Government signed a memorandum of cooperation with the College of Liberal Arts at NCKU to enhance educational and administrative research applications. The collaboration, spanning three years, aims to facilitate professional exchanges among faculty and staff, jointly organize academic educational programs and related training, facilitate reciprocal visits and academic resource exchanges, among other initiatives.


Director-General Shih-Yuan Hsieh of the Tainan City Government's Cultural Affairs Bureau emphasized that Tainan, with its rich historical heritage, represents Taiwan's oldest city, where each era has left its mark on the land. With the prestigious NCKU in Tainan, founded nearly a century ago, the collaboration seeks to closely integrate courses, cultural activities, and publications, injecting new vitality into local culture and fostering innovation and promotion.


Dean Shin-Mei Kao of NCKU's College of Liberal Arts highlighted the university's pioneering "Exploring Tainan" initiative, a mandatory freshman course that explores various cultural assets and historical traditions across Tainan. Collaborations with the Cultural Affairs Bureau enrich the curriculum, offering students immersive learning experiences. Through this initiative, students engage in local history, interdisciplinary experiences, and contribute to sustainable development goals (SDGs), fulfilling the university's social responsibility.


The Cultural Affairs Bureau of Tainan City Government underscored that the wide-ranging cultural endeavors, from cultural assets and research to festivals, creative design, and cultural venue operations, benefit significantly from the university's academic resources. Future collaborative projects include designing the Tainan 400 Cultural Pathway, training cultural venue volunteers, a 3D scanning digital museum artifacts project, and fostering student participation in activity programs and teacher exchanges. Leveraging the university's academic prowess in Southern Taiwan enhances the quality and cultural depth of the bureau's projects, ensuring the enduring roots and continuity of local culture.


This year's meaningful memorandum signifies a shared commitment to advancing Tainan's cultural capital for the next century, underscoring a concerted effort to promote Taiwan's cultural legacy.

The Cultural Affairs Bureau and NCKU signed a memorandum of cooperation on the 18th. Representing the university was Dean Shin-Mei Kao of the College of Liberal Arts, and representing the Tainan City Government's Cultural Affairs Bureau was Director-General Shih-Yuan Hsieh.

A group photo with distinguished guests in attendance.

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