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TKU Students Take Learning to the Country

Date 2011-07-25 5980 Clicks

Recently, a handful of TKU student associations came together to make a difference. They set out to Taidong, in remote Eastern Taiwan, where they held a free 7-day camp for underprivileged aboriginal children. The camp taught the children a range of skills and featured fun classes on general science knowledge, computer know-how, and a plethora of amusing games.

Camp volunteers consisted of members of TKU student associations, including the Union Dolphin Club, the Hualian Alumni Association, and the TKU Aboriginal Club, with 17 volunteers in total.

The camp leader, Li Qing-fang, commented: “the children’s enthusiasm to learn and their eager participation in all of the activities made it a truly memorable experience”.