International Students Event     攜手到嘉:Chiayi One-Day Trip

Time: 2018/5/29 (Tue.) 8am-6pm

Schedule:        08:00 Get together at KMU and go to Chiayi

10:30 Arrive Hinoki Village

12:00 Lunch (turkey meat rice or vegetarian lucch box)

13:00 National Palace Museum Southern Branch

16:00 Go home

18:00 Arrive KMU

Notice:    (1) Please sign up by 15:00, 2nd May. Seats are limited. We might close the registration form earlier.

(2)Please pay the deposit NT 100 for Global Affairs Office before 15:00 on 4th May, and you will get to claim back the deposit on that day if you do come along with us in the whole journey. If you don’t show up, we will confiscated and donate it to charity group.

(3) This event only for degree students in KMU.

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Chiayi, officially known as Chiayi City (嘉義市) and sometimes as Chia-I, is a provincial city located in the plains of southwestern Taiwan. Formerly called Kagee during the late Qing dynasty and Kagi during the Japanese era, its historical name is Tirosen.

Hinoki Village, 28 Japanese-style wooden historic buildings, now able to reproduce the old Japanese-style dormitory style, lead us a glimpse into the early life history of Alishan forestry development. Which not only has cultural significance of the preservation of historic buildings and monuments, but also deep cultural and historical education functions of local assets.

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National Palace Museum Southern Branch was built to improve the cultural equity between Northern Taiwan and Southern Taiwan, the Executive Yuan approved the construction of the southern branch of National Palace Museum on 31 December 2004 as the Asian Arts and Culture Museum.

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