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'Flaneur' travelers present results of summer overseas trips

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Poster:Secretariat OfficePost date:2018-09-20
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Students who had traveled overseas under the "Flaneur" project presented their findings, including video clippings, writings and hand-made objects, in an exhibition at the Office of International Affairs from September 11 to 20.
 
The exhibition showcased the experiences of a total of 25 "Flaneur" travelers who had embarked on their separate self-learning trips to countries including the United States, Germany, the Netherlands, Turkey, Indonesia, Israel, Australia, Spain, Thailand, Japan and Nepal, for at least 14 days.
 
They received sponsorships for the plane tickets and daily expenses for the summer trips, which were expected to give them a unique experience that would enhance their learning, creativity and career planning.
 
The travelers were in an elective course offered by Prof. Min-Chin Chiang from the Graduate Institute of Architecture and Cultural Heritage. The course focused on cross-border learning and international art networks.
 
The "Flaneur" project was approved by the Youth Development Administration under the Ministry of Education in 2017, encouraging cross-cultural investigation, cross-border arts education, participation in arts communities, and studies in relationships between and art and industry.
 
Caption: "Flaneur" travelers present findings of their summer overseas trips at the Office of International Affairs. 
 
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