IMBA Family Day on May 21st

IMBA Family Day on May 21st

Alumni board and student council would like jointly invite you and family for the first IMBA family day on May 21st . The family day aims to provide IMBA families with opportunities to network and exchange experiences one another of your work, life, and kids raising in Taiwan.   We plan to start at 10am May-21st, and prepare for a DIY Taiwanese style Earth Oven (or Kong Yao), and other fun activities together. Please find below a brief information for the venue.   [Date/Time]: start at 10 a.m., Sunday May-21st   [Place]: 福田園 ( in Yangmingshan台北市士林區菁山路131巷18號) (02)2862-2145 https://www.2ftv.com.tw/   [Fees]: NT$600/person (RSVP before May-12th) Please transfer total fee to following IMBA BANK account: Bank ID (郵局代號):700  IMBA Account No.:0002717 0637549 (Note: After money transfer, please Email the last five digits of your bank account to cpyang@nccu.edu.tw we will send you confirmation letter once the deposit is confirmed.)   [Call for action]: *please help to reserve the time and let us know how many of your family members (adults, and kids above 2 years old ) could join...
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Welcome New Leadership for IMBAA

We invite you to join us in welcoming our new President of IMBA Alumni Association, Selina Hsin (class of 2005), and Vice President, Israel Gogol (class of 2011). We’d also like to appreciate the great contributions of our past President, Jane Ko, and Vice President, Jan Jovy and Jan Jaap, in the past year. Selina has joined KNH, a listed consumer product manufacturing company, since 1999 and worked in several functions including the executive assistant to CEO, business development support, training and develop manager, and HR full function generalist in her current role. Selina aspires to invite professors, entrepreneurs, or business executives to give talks on current business related issues in order to further strengthen the relationship among alumni and potential collaborations among corporations, IMBA faculty, and current students. Israel first came to Taiwan in 2006 to study Chinese. Now he manages the international accounts department in Messe Frankfurt Taiwan. His company is an integrated media provider for the security and smart home industries,...
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IMBA Team Advances Onward in the Annual Dragon Boat Competition

On June 9, IMBA student team participated in the “New Taipei City 6th Annual Dragon Boat Competition”, in observance of the Duanwu Festival. By uniting together, the team won first place in the first round and advanced into the semi finals on June 11. Although many team members did not have any prior experience participating in a dragon boat race, they all felt the power of teamwork. “Go! Black Pearl! Go!” was the cheer surrounding the IMBA team as they competed in the early morning at Luzhou Breeze Canal. Apart from the dragon boat competition, the team also registered to participate in the “Dragon Boat Creativity Design Competition”. Team Leader, 丁宇星, said that the team voted for the name “Black Pearl”, named after the fastest boat in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie. The team proved to have excellent performance upon entering the water. In recent years, IMBA has participated in the annual dragon boat competition. Similarly, this year the team consisted...
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IMBA students embark on new journey!

IMBA students embark on new journey!

The 2016 IMBA Graduation Ceremony was held at the international conference room on June 11, 2016. Students of the 2014 IMBA program gathered here to share this memorable moment. After two years of great effort and development, the students are excited to turn to a new page of their exciting lives. To start off the graduation ceremony, the president of National Chengchi University, Professor Edward Chou, shared some encouraging words. He hopes students can remember to support and promote business ethics and corporate responsibility, making a world a better place. “If people who don’t know you also respect you because of your contribution to many people, then you will be a very successful business leader.” he quoted. The director of the IMBA program, Professor Samuel Chen advised the students to utilize the resources the IMBA program has to offer, including the strong alumni family. Until today, there all more than 600 alumni that are located over 50+ countries. Professor Samuel Chen encourages...
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Let all Dreams Fly – 2016 alumni homecoming event

Let all Dreams Fly – 2016 alumni homecoming event

Last Sunday (2016.05.15) was NCCU’s IMBA Alumni Association annual homecoming event. This year’s event was named “Let all dreams fly” and apart from being a great opportunity for alumni to get together it also served as a charity fair supporting the Taiwan Therapeutic Riding Center, a therapeutic horseback riding center located in Chungli. For over 15 years the Therapeutic Riding Centre has been offering riding classes to children with cerebral palsy and autism. Therapeutic horseback riding, also known as equestrian therapy, has a proven track record of helping sick kids significantly improve their physical and mental health. This form of therapy includes both psychological and physical components and makes it possible for disabled children to experience new feelings and build their confidence and physical strength. The upkeep and maintenance costs of the center are high and the IMBA Alumni Association was happy to join hands with the center raising funds that will help it continue its important work. The fair opened Sunday...
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