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Homecoming Picnic under the Breadfruit Tree
Since its founding in 1940, NHCUE has undergone numerous reincarnations, and following its merger with NTHU plans are afoot to ensure that its legacy lasts well into the future. As a way of emphasizing that the spirit and history of NHCUE remains alive and well, the Office of the Secretariat of the Nanda Campus held a homecoming party for NHCUE alumni on April 28. The event featured a picnic and entertainment by the student vocal group the Qingjuan Ambassadors. Over 200 alumni were on hand to witness the inauguration of the College of Education and the College of Arts.
 
During the inauguration ceremony for the College of Education and the College of Arts, one of NHCUE’s outstanding alumni, retired Professor Tsai Changsheng, was invited to make inscriptions for the two colleges.
 
Also during the event, the NHCUE Outstanding Alumni Award was presented to four graduates who have excelled in their respective fields: noted artist Liu Deliang; Chang Wenzheng, currently artist-in-residence at the Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity; Professor Chou Wen Huei of the Department of Digital Media Design at National Yunlin University of Science and Technology; and Ya'aw kalahae' kaybaybaw, the principle of the Donghe Elementary School in Miaoli County.
 
Following the sumptuous picnic, students and alumni performed on the stage located next to the breadfruit tree and athletic field. During their performance, the Qingjuan Ambassadors, which consists of NHCUE alumni, said that lots of visiting alumni have told them that they have such fond memories of studying under the breadfruit tree that they have planted one near their homes.
 
They also dedicated to their fellow alumni a song which always conjures up memories of their singing classes of yesteryear. Another highlight of the afternoon was an interactive magic show put on by the class of 1999.
 
In addition to providing specially prepared picnic mats and lunch boxes, the organizers also presented a handsome souvenir to all the visiting alumni.
 
The NHCUE class of 1954 celebrating their 50th class reunion under the breadfruit tree.‬

The NHCUE class of 1954 celebrating their 50th class reunion under the breadfruit tree.‬

From left to right: Li Anmin, dean of the College of Education; NTHU president Hocheng Hong; Chen Hwei-pang, special advisor to the Office of the President; and Chang Mei-Yu, former dean of the College of Education.

From left to right: Li Anmin, dean of the College of Education; NTHU president Hocheng Hong; Chen Hwei-pang, special advisor to the Office of the President; and Chang Mei-Yu, former dean of the College of Education.

Guests of honor unveiling the new sign of the College of the Arts.

Guests of honor unveiling the new sign of the College of the Arts.

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