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1,A :

In an effort to encourage residents to take part in healthy recreational activities by offering suitable venues to the public, schools in New Taipei City are encouraged to provide their campus spaces to community residents for various uses provided that lessons at schools and school management are not disrupted. Due to considerations of the “pay-to-use” and cost-effectiveness analysis principles, school administrators are entitled to charge reasonable fees for the usage of campus space. However, residents do not have to apply or pay to use sports facilities (such as athletic fields) in schools for individual recreational use. Schools are generally open during after school hours of normal weekdays, statutory holidays, weekends and summer/winter vacation.

2,A :

(I)For 2008 1.Education and culture (1)Initiated the New Immigrant Culture & Education Assistance Section (2)Initiated the New Immigrant Affairs Committee (3)Compiled and published the “Elementary School Diversified Culture Material on Southeast Asia” for lower grade students (4)Compiled and published the “Diversified Culture Illustrations on Southeast Asia” in 7 languages (Chinese, English, Japanese, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Thai and Burmese with contents covering Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand and Burma) (5)Promoted new immigrant radio broadcasting and educational TV programs (6)Planned the New Immigrant Torch Project (7)Planned systematic diverse cultural training programs at the city, district and school levels 2.International awareness (1)Organized the New Taipei City International Culture & Education Month of 2008 (2)Initiated International Culture & Education Centers across nine districts (3)Organized the Theoretical & Practical Implementation Seminar 3.Life services and referral scheme (1)Initiated the International Diversified Service Counter (2)Constructed the Multilingual New Immigrant Website (Chinese, English, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Thai and Burmese) (3)Published the Multilingual New Immigrant Quarterly Newsletter (Chinese, English, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Thai and Burmese)

(II)As for 2009, apart from the continuation of the aforementioned policies, the Education Bureau has also published Taipei County’s White Paper for Education, which covers the three implementation focuses of successful learning, cultivating social citizenship and managing healthy families. Notable pioneering implementations for 2009 include:
1.Diverse Culture Motion Picture Festival
2.Diverse Culture Concert
3.Exquisite Food Festival
4.Drama Train
5.Construction of a diversified culture program and an education website
6.Expansion of the Multilingual New Immigrant Website to include two more languages (Chinese, English, Japanese, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Thai, Burmese and Khmer)
7.Publication of the Multilingual New Immigrant Quarterly Newsletter in seven different languages (Chinese, English, Japanese, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Thai and Burmese)
8.Initiation of the New Immigrant Culture & Education Assistance Association
9.Implemented the Diverse Culture & Innovative Management evaluation and award giving ceremony for schools
10.Implemented the Summer Vocational Training Class for new immigrants
11.Created diversified cultural broadcasting and television programs for new immigrants
12.Compiled and published the “Elementary School Diversified Culture Material on Southeast Asia” for middle and upper grade students
13.Compiled and published the “Diversified Culture Illustrations on Southeast Asia” in 7 languages (with contents covering countries including India, Russia, Japan and Korea)
14.Edited and revised subsidiary learning materials for new immigrant students in junior high school and elementary schools
15.Organized the New Immigrant International Cultural Exchanges and Visits
16.Developed innovative programs and teaching materials for new immigrants
17.Implemented various education scholarships and subsidies intended for new immigrants and their children
18.Organized new immigrant volunteers across 9 administrative districts
19.Published the multilingual parent service handbook for new immigrant families
20.Organized the nomination and award giving ceremony for organizations and individuals who have made positive contribution in the promotion of international cultural exchange and education
21.Selection of diverse culture promotion education (innovative administration promotion solution, outstanding instruction design, outstanding digital teaching material, essay contests and so forth)
22.Subscription to newspapers in different languages
23.Organized the “Happy Life” series of seminars and marriage negotiation/legal services

3,A :

You may call the Taipei County Family Education Center’s hotline at: (02) 2272-4885. Opening hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00AM -12:00PM and 14:00PM -17:00PM 1.Drop-by consultation: Be sure to call 2272-4881 to make your reservation. 2.E-mail: Write your question in e-mail and send it to ae0603@ntpc.gov.tw 3.Or, you could write a letter and mail it to 4th floor, No.1-1, Qiaozhong 1st Street, Banqiao City, Taipei County and we shall reply to your mail in a week’s time. Taipei County Government Family Education Center website: http://www.family.ntpc.gov.tw/web/Home Ministry of Education’s Taipei County Family Education Center website: http://tpc.familyedu.moe.gov.tw/front/bin/home.phtml

4,A :

Foreign students wishing to study in Taiwan shall refer to Articles 17 and 19 of the Cultural Exchange Agreement. Refer to http://law.moj.gov.tw/ for pertinent regulations

5,A :

Anyone wishing to apply for accreditation of academic degrees received in Mainland China shall refer to the Guidelines for Reviewing and Accrediting Academic Degrees from the Chinese Mainland (foreign subjects with resident status in Taiwan will still be required to take the Appraisal Test of Academic Attainment Through Self-study before they may receive accreditation for their academic credentials). For the accreditation of academic credentials received in other countries, please refer to the Regulations Regarding the Assessment and Recognition of Foreign Academic Credentials for Institutions of Higher Education. Refer to http://law.moj.gov.tw/ for pertinent regulations




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