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2017 OCAC Training Program for Mandarin Chinese Teachers from Thailand Press Release
Publish Date: 2017/05/10
Update Date: 2017/05/10
To enhance the professional skills of Mandarin Chinese teachers in Thailand, the Overseas Community Affairs Council, Republic of China (Taiwan), held "2017 OCAC Training Program for Mandarin Chinese Teacher from Thailand." The 14-day program was organized by Chung Yuan Christian University and lasted from April 9th to April 22nd. The program's commencement was held on April 20th, and hosted by the Vice Minister of OCAC, Mr. Roy Yuan-Rong Leu.

A total of 39 participating Mandarin Chinese teachers were recommended by various associations in Thailand and came from cities such as Bangkok, Chiang Rai and Chiang Mai, etc. 

The curriculum was designed to focus on teaching practicality as well as theory. In addition to the curriculum's language courses, the training program also featured traditional culture courses and visits to Bade Junior High School and Fan Shu Vocational School in Taoyuan City. Furthermore, Chung-Yuan Christian University arranged field trips for teachers to experience local Taiwanese culture. Attractions such as Beipu Old Street, Hwataoyao Botanic Garden, Fengjia Night Market, Tao-mi community, 921 Earthquake Museum, National Museum of Natural Science and Takatori Catholic Church were included in their outings.

     The teachers proclaimed "I'm so glad to have such a great opportunity to attend in this training course," "We're satisfied with all arrangements in this program," "Thanks to OCAC and CYCU, we can have such useful courses and wonderful trips in Taiwan." The program fulfilled its purpose of enhancing the teaching and professional skills of these teachers while facilitating the exchange and cooperation between Taiwan and Thailand. The OCAC looks forward to training more and more outstanding Mandarin Chinese teachers from overseas through these programs, and hopes that those teachers will spread Mandarin Chinese and Chinese/Taiwanese culture around the world after they return to their homeland.
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