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Short-Term International Students from Taiwan hold “Chinese Language Night School” at International Dormitory.



Two Taiwanese practicum students came to teach Chinese language at Ube Kosen last October and they held “Chinese Language Night School” for Japanese students who lived in the dormitory and wished to attend the class in the study room on the ground floor of the international dormitory. The class is held on every Monday at 8 p.m. from October 24.

Tai-Hua Ho and Yu-Hsuan Wu are the instructors and they are from the Department of Chinese Language and Literature of National United University (Kaohsiung City). They stay at Ube Kosen from last October to the end of February. They teach some parts of the Chinese language class for the 4th-year students and create a video for an online Chinese language class as practicum students.

International Exchange Committee in the Dormitory Students Association planned the Chinese Language Night School. Students in charge independently communicate with the two instructors as well as make announcements to the dormitory students. 10 to 20 students usually participate in the class. They practice conversations and self-introduction, and also enjoy learning Chinese numbers and pronunciation by using cards and playing cards.

Tai-Hua Ho teaches using some Japanese during the class (male student in the middle)


Yu-Hsuan Wu teaches Chinese numbers by using playing cards (female students in the middle)

The Chinese Language Night School is held while two practicum students stay here except during the test weeks as well as the dormitory is closed. Any students who stay in the dormitory can join the class if they wish. We expect students who learn simple Chinese conversation from the two instructors will participate in the language training and other types of training in Taiwan during the long-term holiday.

Yu-Hsuan Wu teaches how to introduce yourself in Chinese.

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