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Outstanding AU Students Participate in Malaya University Summer Program in Malaysia!---

39 outstanding AU students went to Malaya University to study with international students from Japan and Thailand for four weeks.

國際事務處處長Rozitah Md Amin與所有參與暑期研修課程學生合影

39 outstanding AU students went to Malaya University to study with international students from Japan and Thailand for four weeks.

  AU selected 39 students to join the Fourth “International-exchange Summer Program in Malaya University” where they studied with students from Japan, Thailand, and Vietnam in Malaya University, a top school in Malaysia. The program lasted four weeks, from Aug. 4 to Aug. 30.

    According to Rozitah Md Amin, the Director of International Affairs in Malaya University, this program featured with small classes, in which international students could learn English and traditional Malaysian dances, and enjoy the experience of homestay. These activities help to enhance cultural interactions and broaden the students’ visions.

  Professor Yu-Ming Rau, from the college of Foreign Languages, taught students to learn the ethnicities in Malaysia through facial features and asked the student representatives to introduce their motherlands. These activities enable students to quickly acquaint with one another and learn their cultural differences. Yi-Sheng Hsieh, a student representative from Asia University, showed his friendliness by inviting foreign students to visit Asia University.

馬來亞大學外語學院饒玉明老師用遊戲方式教導所有外國同學認識馬來西亞境內的種族

Professor Yu-Ming Rau, from the college of Foreign Languages in Malaya University, taught students to learn the ethnicities in Malaysia through facial features.

  Professor Sharija and Instructor Aina Azlin from Malaya University used active and lively methods to strengthen the students’ English abilities. In the class, the teachers asked the students to draw their favorite national scenes on papers and introduced them to the class. In this way, each student can practice his/her speaking ability by telling a story from the drawing.

  An AU student, Yu-Tsz Liou from the Department of Business Administration and Huan-Yu Liou from the Department of International Business drew the shape of the island of Taiwan and marked tourists’ favorite spots on it. In the class, they used English to introduce the Asian Modern Museum of Art, whose construction difficulty is not second to Taipei 101 or the Luce Chapel in Taichung. They both emphasized that a visit to Asia University is definitely worthwhile.

  After the class, Jiun-Ping Chang, a section director of the CIAE (the Center for International Academic Exchange) of Asia University, took the students to dine in the Jalan Alor market and to take pictures of the landmark buildings in Kuala Lumpur. Two AU students Ming-Yu Tsai and Jiun-Yo Hsieh thought the summer program was wonderful because it enabled them to make foreign friends and experience foreign cultures. They thanked Asia University for providing this unforgettable trip.

 

馬來亞大學SHARIJA教授 和AINA AZLIN講師與劉羽慈及劉奐妤同學、國際交流中心組長張俊評(由左至右)  於英文教室合影

Two AU students, Yu-Tsz Liou and Huan-Yu Liou drew the shape of the island of Taiwan and marked tourists’ favorite spots on it.

亞大同學與著名地標我愛馬來西亞合影

The AU students took picture of the landmark buildings in Kuala Lumpur.

 

 

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