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General Arrangement

Morning, November 20, 2019

Academic Visit in National Taipei University of Technology. (The detailed arrangement will be updated in October.)

Afternoon, November 20, 2019

Half day visit in Taipei city.

Brief Introduction of National Taipei University of Technology

National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT, Taipei Tech; Chinese: 國立臺北科技大學), a top-ranked public technological university in Taiwan, is located in the Daan District of Taipei City, Taiwan. The school was established in 1912, as School of Industrial Instruction, among one of the earliest intermediate-higher educational institute in Taiwan. During the post-war industrialization and economic growth era, the school produced some of the most influential entrepreneurs, leaders, educators, and researchers in the science and industrial field, as it is commonly referred to as "The cradle of entrepreneurship"(企業家的搖籃). The university is headed by Dr. Leehter Yao, who serves as the president. It is part of the University System of Taipei, along with National Taipei University and Taipei Medical University.
The university is still a leader in Taiwan in engineering, science, technology, innovation and design. Its comprehensive undergraduate and graduate programs offer degrees in the STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) as well as professional degrees in design, architecture, management, humanities, and social sciences. The long history of Taipei Tech also made it one of the largest alumni bases of any university in Taiwan and across industries.

The school locates in downtown Taipei, in which its campus was divided into three sections during the city's development. The main campus (West, East, and South) in Taipei now only retains 22 acres of area in the central-most part of the city. It sits right next to the affluent Huashan 1914 Creative Park and the Guang Hua neighborhood, also known as the Electric Town of Taipei where people shop computer goods and electronics.

Brief Introduction of National Taipei, Taiwan

Taipei (/ˌtaɪˈpeɪ/), officially known as Taipei City, is the capital and a special municipality of Taiwan (officially known as the Republic of China, "ROC"). Sitting at the northern tip of the island, Taipei City is an enclave of the municipality of New Taipei City. It is about 25 km (16 mi) southwest of the northern port city Keelung. Most of the city is located on the Taipei Basin, an ancient lakebed bounded by the two relatively narrow valleys of the Keelung and Xindian rivers, which join to form the Tamsui River along the city's western border. Formerly known as Taipeh-fu during the Qing era and Taihoku under Japanese rule, Taipei became the capital of Taiwan Province as part of the Republic of China in 1945 and has been the capital of the ROC since 1949, when the Kuomintang lost the mainland to the Communists in the Chinese Civil War.

The city proper is home to an estimated population of 2,704,810 (2015), forming the core part of the Taipei–Keelung metropolitan area which includes the nearby cities of New Taipei and Keelung with a population of 7,047,559, the 40th most-populous urban area in the world—roughly one-third of Taiwanese citizens live in the metro district. The name "Taipei" can refer either to the whole metropolitan area or the city proper.

Taipei is the political, economic, educational, and cultural center of Taiwan island, and one of the major hubs of Greater China. Considered to be a global city, Taipei is part of a major high-tech industrial area. Railways, high-speed rail, highways, airports, and bus lines connect Taipei with all parts of the island. The city is served by two airports – Taipei Songshan and Taiwan Taoyuan. Taipei is home to various world-famous architectural or cultural landmarks which include Taipei 101, Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Dalongdong Baoan Temple, Hsing Tian Kong, Lungshan Temple of Manka, National Palace Museum, Presidential Office Building, Taipei Guest House, Ximending, and several night markets dispersing over the city. Its natural features such as Maokong, Yangmingshan, and hot springs are also well known to international visitors.

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