DATE 2015/01/14 VISITORS 4551
In the afternoon on January 13th in the Chueh-sheng International Conference Hall, the annual 2015 first semester employee retirement tea party was held. For this event there was a total of 8 employees that officially said farewell to TKU: Specialist of the Document Section, Su-yueh Lin, Professor of the Department of Mathematics, Wu-yen Lee, Associate Professor of the Department of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering, Tau-being Hsu, Associate Professor of the Department of Transportation Management, Chi-lyang Shing, Associate Professor of the Department of Business Administration Chang-mao Sheng, Associate Professor of the Department of French, Monier Alain, Member of the Instruction Section, Ting-mei Lai and Lexicographer of the International and Mainland Guidance Section, Pei-fen Chen.
After President Flora Chia-I Chang expressed her gratitude in her address, she presented the retirees with symbolic souvenirs of their time at TKU. She also explained that due to the solid structure of the administration system that soon there would be many employees graduating at the same time and that the next retirement party might have to be held in the Student Activity Center. The retirees all took the stage one by one as they expressed their gratitude to TKU for the warm memories before taking a group photo together. Chairman of the Board of Retirees, Yun-shan Lin, expressed his thanks for the retirement party and the excellent provisions that TKU offered in terms of medical, salary and retirement accommodations. He recommended that the retirees continued to exercise and also participate in the many activities and programs of the university to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Ting-mei Lai offered her appreciation while mentioning the difficulty of saying farewell to TKU. Monier Alain expressed that after 25 years of working at TKU, the students have brought him a very fulfilling life. Su-yueh Lin stated that he became a member of TKU right after he graduated in 1966. He says after all the years he’s spent on campus, that it has become a very special place in his heart.