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Chinese language skills are an increasingly important part of globalization. The Chinese Language Center was established in September 2002 to improve communication between Chinese and other cultures. Since then, we have been attracting ever-growing numbers of people from all parts of the globe.

We believe that learning a language without the cultural context neglects one of the most essential elements of language acquisition. Our program has three basic levels, five intermediate levels, and high advanced levels of speaking, listening,reading and writing, all taught simultaneously. Our state-of-the-art facilities fosterstudents' ability to express themselves in Mandarin.

The CLC also offers an annual teachers' training program. Prospective Chinese teachers are rigorously trained in phonology, grammar, etymology and cultural awareness. Qualified individuals become outstanding teachers and ambassadors of Chinese culture.
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Mr. Ding Yuan-Lu Ms. Wu Ling-Ying Ms. Zhou Yu-Lin Ms. Qiu Pei-Ti Ms. Jiang Jun-Fang
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Ms. Hung Chia-Yin Mr. Chang Chih-Wan Ms. Zhang Jing-Ping Ms. Liang feei-Yu Ms. Chen Yi-Yi
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Ms. Chen Chiu-Mei Ms. Tseng Shih-Ching Ms. Hua Yu-Ling Ms. Huang Kuang-Yeh Ms. Yeh Ting-Yu
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Ms. Ye Hue-Mei Ms. Tung Hsiao-Wen Ms. Tsou Meng-Lan Ms. Liu Li-Li Ms. Tsai Ya-Ting
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Ms. Cheng Ya-Wen Ms. Bartimus Kung San-Hui 
Study Resources and Related Facilities
◆Library
◆Media Resources Center
◆Gym
◆Cafeteria
◆Digitalized Chinese Self-learning Lab
◆Free Tutoring Sessions
◆Free Lectures

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Shu-hui Liao

Director
Associate Drofessor,
Applied chinese Dept.
EXT:3301
e-mail: 80006@mail.wzu.edu.tw

 

Responsibilities

◆Make CLC’s annual development plan
◆Supervise the operation of CLC’s various business
◆Promote the cooperation between CLC and Wenzao’s academic departments and graduate schools as well as other administration offices
◆Plan and participate in the exchange programs and cooperation between CLC and
other domestic and international Chinese teaching organizations
◆Preside at the recruitment of CLC’s teachers
◆Coordinate and cope with major incidents in CLC’s teachers and students

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Aurora Chao

Specialist
EXT:3306
e-mail: 99437@mail.wzu.edu.tw


Responsibilities

I.International affairs
◆Execute special projects of short-term study group
◆Plan and execute the operation of overseas students recruitment
◆Recruit and train international volunteers, host families and tutors.
◆Assist in the entertainment of visiting foreign guests
◆Proceed the communication with domestic and international Chinese
teaching organizations II.Student affairs and academic affairs
◆Cope with students incidents
◆Plan and execute the operation of theme activities and field trips
◆Execute placement test and study consultation
◆Execute annual and special teachers’ training programs
◆Executive the operations of students’ questionnaire
◆Assist the execution of teachers’ evaluation.

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Abby Hong

Specialist
EXT:3303
e-mail: clc@mail.wzu.edu.tw

 

Responsibilities

I.Students affairs
◆Execute the operations of registration and study completion
◆Organize students’ application of various documents
◆Execute CLC’s various payments and reimbursements
◆Execute the operation of scholarship
◆Organize students’ portfolios
◆Be the contact person of students emergency notice
II.Accounting and Financial Management
◆Calculate teachers’ monthly salaries and manage teachers’ labor and health insurance.
◆Make CLC’s budget plan
◆Maintenance and management of CLC’s property
◆Cash payment and write-off of CLC business and activities
III.Miscellaneous
◆Assist the operation of TOCFL on campus
◆Maintain and renew CLC’s web content
◆Allocation and Management of temporary manpower
◆Assist the execution of special projects

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Paula Zhang

Specialist
EXT:3302
e-mail: 99393@mail.wzu.edu.tw

 

Responsibilities

I.Curriculum
◆Compile syllabus and monitor schedule
◆Assist R&D of curriculum
◆Execute placement test and study consultation
◆Organize final tests
◆Assist the operation of students’ questionnaire on teachers performance
◆Execute provisional assignments
II.Academic affairs
◆Execute the process of teacher’s hiring and class arrangement
◆Organize teachers’ portfolios
◆Plan teachers’ further education
◆Assist in executing special teaching projects
◆Integrate and lay out teaching calendar of each session
◆Compile data and records of CLC meetings

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Kuang-Yeh Huang

Specialist
EXT:3302
e-mail: 99393@mail.wzu.edu.tw

Responsibilities



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