Source： Office of Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Affairs
Author:Zhibo Wu Responsible Edditor：Pan Pan
Translator: Lianping He
Ms. Mei-Ling Chen, Director of Office of Foreign Affairs and Mr. Tsz-Chao Ko(Hunt), Director of Center of Cross - Strait Affairs of Taiwan Da-Yeh University visited Sanda on December 2nd, 2017 and conducted discussions on academic exchange and cooperation between the two institutions of higher learning.Dr. Qiaoping Jia, Vice President and Ms. Hua Hua, Director of Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Affairs of Sanda University ,Ms. Lefeng Zhang, Vice Director of Hong Kong， Macao and Taiwan Affairs attended the event.
Dr. Dongxing Wu, President of Taiwan Da-Yeh University and his delegation visited Sanda as early as November 9th, 2014 and signed the cooperative agreement between the two universities during his visit. The agreement indicates that the two institutions will continue to develop academic activities including student and faculty exchanges, bilateral student exchange programs, important education information exchange, academic and education workshop and symposium, university anniversary, short-term lectures in different academic fields, academic research, planning for cross straight cooperation and others. Ms. Mei-Ling Chen expressed that the purpose of her visit to Sanda this time is to further promote the cooperation between the two institutions. She also expressed, after visiting the Exhibition Hall of Sanda School of Art and Design and Hudong School of Engineering, that her will organize students and faculty from Taiwan Da-Yeh University to come to Sanda to conduct activities such as discussions and compare of notes in specific fields of studies and she and her Office of Cross - Strait Affairs of Da-Yeh University will actively follow up the follow-up work.
It is learnt that Taiwan Da-Yeh University is modeled after German industrial institution of higher learning, giving equal importance to both theory and practice and to the combination of science/ technology and liberal art/ humanities to cultivate professional talents with originality and quality through the practice of master-apprentice inheritance and industry-school cooperation.
At present, the university has five colleges in the fields of Engineering, Art and Design, Business Administration, Foreign Languages, Biological Science and Recourse.