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National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) is so-called because it trained teachers. It was founded in the Japanese colonial era (1895-1945). In Japan, "normal" universities train teachers. NTNU is universally known as "Shr Da." The campus is quite pleasant, most of the students are female.
The National Taiwan Normal University, locally known as 'Shida', is probably the best place where to learn Mandarin on the island. I learned here for two months during the summer. It was really good and not too expensive. The classrooms are comfortable and the teachers...More
National Taiwan Nornal University is known as "Shr Da." "Normal" means that it is a university that educates teachers. the campus is quite pleasant. There is a saying "Shr Da meio mei nyu," which means "Shr Da has no pretty girls." Pay a visit and...More
I studied here at the mandarin language school for a year. They're one of the most renowned Chinese language school in the country and hundreds of foreigners come here to study Chinese yearly. The campus is strategically located near Yongkang Street where a lot of...More
It's a university that used to educate teacher to be, but now it's open to everyone. They have excellent Chinese program for international students. It's a national school so there are a few buildings that are very traditional and well preserved, but the school itself...More
I studied Chinese at the Language School for a few years beginning in Sept 1991. I found the courses rather rigid, but extremely helpful during my first few years of language learning. My goal was to develop my speaking skills so I later moved to...More