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International Academic Activities

  • 2007 International Conference on English Learning & Teaching is held on June 2, 2007. The conference theme isLinking Theory with Practice in English Learning and Teaching.” 
  • 2005 International Conference on Asian American Literature is held on May 5, 2005. The conference invited writers and scholars in Taiwan and from around the world to discuss and share their views on the writing and research of Asian American Literature. The conference papers are now available at http://www.kuixing.panopticonasia.com/. 
  • In the 2006-2007 academic year, Prof. Chou Min-Chieh and seven other faculty members collaborated with Prof. Lynn W. Zimmerman at Purdue University, Calumet for an international joint project. The project established an interactive communication website I Say You Say, allowing our students to communicate directly with students from the other part of the world in English, so as to increase their opportunities in using English and enhance their language proficiency. The website is currently utilized as a platform for students to showcase and share their writing performances, including compositions and research papers. The website also allows all CCU students to sign up for 4-Skill Clinic online.
  • Among over 400 competitors for the Martinet Grammar Prize in 1993, Prof. Tsai Yu-Hsin won the Prize with his work “The Role of Grammar in the Modern Classroom,” demonstrating his professional knowledge and distinguished English writing skill. This honor also attested the devotion of teachers and scholars in Taiwan to English teaching and research.
  • Professor Eleanor B. Morris Wu has devoted years to the writing of novels and poetry. In 2004, her novel The Black King won the American International Literature Award and was on the headline of Taipei Times’ literary supplement.