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Academic Exchange & Cultural Experience in Taiwan
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SIT 2015

        SIT has been an incredibly amazing journey; from the beginning regarded as my job as well as an opportunity to l...

Thanks to 2015 SIT, I had the chance to make new friends from Canada and the U.S, experienced some extremely fun activit...

It’s my pleasure and honor to be one of SIT2015 staffs. I have never thought that I could have chance to participate in ...

      I am really lucky for joining this year SIT. I've never expect that I can learn and experience so much after the o...

      At the very beginning, I wasn't expected for these amazing things happen. I wasn't expected that SIT would turn ou...

      Before the camp, I was unconfident about my English speaking skills. When I was recruited as a SIT staff, I worrie...

        This is my first time participating the Summer Institute program and I’m really happy that SIT have me this year...

      The most impressive part of this SIT in my life is the cooperation staff between and the one hundred percent contr...

SIT was a truly exceptional program. Not that I’ve participated in many, but it definitely is one-of-a-kind – the other ...

First of all, I am so glad to be the staff in SIT program, so that I can have a wonderful experience this summer. From p...

This is a great program to know more people from all over the world, to broaden one’s horizons. Staffs should have nice ...

      Participating in Summer Institute in Taiwan is the chance of life time. It’s such a pleasure to be part of it for ...

I was very lucky to get the chance to join SIT this year, to work with other amazing staff, and to meet friends from EAP...

       When the moment I announced the END of SIT program on final project exhibition, I could feel the exclamation, sat...

Noah Randolph Flagg, a PhD student from UC Berkeley, spent about three months from the late of June to late September 2015 to work with my group at the Academia Sinica under...

General Aspect of Infectious Diseases in Taiwan.

        Ms. Elisa Tran has participated our weekly laboratory meetings ...

    The 2015 National Science Foundation East Asia has come to an end, and we are very pleased that Pandora White has th...

Before this summer program, Mr. Weaver impressed me with an aggressive attitude about his practical study prospect in th...

 

Scott Tarlow and I planned to study the seismic anisotropy induced by mantle flow in the Ryukyu subduction zone. He arri...