College of Social Science hosted “Talks with Dean” on June 23. The students from Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macao were invited to have a free talk with the Dean, Professor Chiang, Min-Hsiu, at his office.
In this warm tea-time talk, though not many students attended during the final exam week, these students residing from different areas and studying at different degree programs shared their opinions about the civil disobedience campaign “Occupy Central” in Hong Kong, political operations in Macao, and the political parties in Taiwan. Also, they talked about their future plans after graduation. The topics were various, just like what the dean mentioned at the beginning of the tea-time talk, “No specific topics in this afternoon. Let’s engage ourselves in today’s conversation.”
Tea-time talk with the students from Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macao
The dean was inspired a lot from this “Talks with Dean.” He said by the end of the tea-time talks, “College of Social Sciences would like to build up the most friendly environment for foreign and overseas Chinese students in Taiwan, and to establish a student ambassador club for Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macao students to organize the events and activities about Pacific Asia and Southeast Asia to strengthen lateral ties in the departments under College of Social Sciences. Moreover, we would like the students from different countries would be benefit and meet more student partners from various departments when they are studying in Taiwan.”