AU Newsletter Vol. 006

AU Won National Innovation Award

Asia University promotes the teaching and learning of AI and achieves certain breakthroughs in the field of biotechnology and medical diagnosis.  In the past four consecutive years, AU has won 10 National Innovation Awards in various AI-related subjects.  Dr. Jeffrey J. P. Tsai, President of Asia University, led the research groups to attend the award granting ceremony on December 1, 2020.  In the competition of the 17th National Innovation Award and 2020 National Innovation Award of Excellence, AU won altogether four awards. President Tsai says in an interview that AU’s Food Safety and Inspection Center won two National Innovation Awards in …more

Asia University Presents Ting Yin Yung’s Paintings

AU’s Museum of Modern Art launched a new exhibition of “Dashing Hues: A Retrospective of Ting Yin Yung” on April 3, 2021. For the grand opening, Mr. Zhao Yang-Qiang, a Xiaosheng of Jing-Ju Opera Troupe of National Taiwan College of Performing Arts, and Miss Liu Jia-hou, a Huadan of Guo-Guang Opera Company, were invited to perform a well-known play of Kunqu Opera, “Peony Pavilion Sweet Dream in the Garden,” to echo Ting’s art works on famous Chinese folklore, “Farewell to My Concubine” and “Eight Immortals.” Pan Fan, the curator of the museum, in his opening address remarks that Ting Yin...more

St. Dominic Catholic High School in Kaohsiung City Joins AU’s “Dragon Project”

Asia University (AU) promotes its 3+2+2 international dual degree programs by establishing a trilateral collaboration with domestic high schools and AU’s sister universities overseas.  St. Dominic Catholic High School, following Kaohsiung Girls’ Senior High School (KSSH), Taichung Municipal Wen-Hua Senior High School (WHSH), Taichung Second Senior High School (TSSHS), and Taipei Municipal Chenggong High School (TMCHS), has become the fifth high school in Taiwan to join AU’s “Dragon Project,” which aims to recruit talented high school students to study at Asia University for the first two years and then to continue their junior and senior years at AU’s sister universities …more