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Greetings from TASC!

Hello, my name is Shirley Cheng and I am a member of the American Executive Committee of the Taiwan-America Student Conference (TASC). We would like announce open recruitment for all university students from across Taiwan and the United States. We are currently looking for American delegates to represent the U.S. in this international student conference and would greatly appreciate it if you could share this rare and unique opportunity by forwarding this e-mail with its attachments to your members.

TASC is a two and a half week long professional conference held in Taiwan and conducted formally in English. Throughout the conference, 15 top university students from America and 15 from Taiwan will participate in:

Roundtable Discussions designed to hone the delegates understanding of a single contemporary issue throughout the conference. (8 delegates total, 4 from each country)
Topic examples: Taiwan-China-U.S. Relations; Modern Issues in Education; Diversity, Identity, and Discrimination
Please note that students do not necessarily need to be versed in these topics, only open and eager to learn about and discuss them.

Academic Forums featuring international leaders such as Dr. Stanton, the former director of the American de-facto Embassy in Taiwan and Anting Liu, the founder of Teach for Taiwan.

Professional Networking Events that will allow students to gain real-world experience in building a community of strong connections and mentors to help them professionally in their future

Cultural/Historical Excursions tailored to immerse students in Taiwanese culture and allow them to enjoy the conference as one that focuses on fun learning. 

For more detailed information please see the attached Recruiting Leaders document or visit our website at Financial Aid and scholarships are available for students that qualify. 

We hope that students from the Carnegie Mellon University Taiwanese Scholar Society will apply for the first ever TASC and join us for this life-changing summer! 

As our early application deadline is February 23rd, we urge this letter to be sent to students at your earliest convenience. Feel free to CC me at in your email so that students can reach out to me if they have any questions! 

Thank you very much for your time!


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Dear all,

What do faith, ambition, and basketball have in common? For Jeremy Lin, NBA stardom didn’t just happen overnight. Lin, an American basketball player of Taiwanese descent, managed to achieve great success without the aid of any athletic scholarships or drafts upon graduating from Harvard University. In this inspiring story of perseverance, Lin proves that a player of only 6 foot 3 can make it to the top. Now a crucial member of the Houston Rockets, Lin attributes his ability to overcome obstacles to loving family support and devout Christian beliefs. In Linsanity, we watch as Lin shoots hoops and stays positive before going onto achieve NBA fame—a true “slam dunk” of a film. This riveting event is co-sponsored by Carnegie Mellon University's Chinese Students & Scholars Association (CSSA) and the Taiwanese Students Association (TSA).

Come enjoy a special post-screening discussion with producer Allen Lu (perhaps he will reveal some secrets about what it was like to work behind the set with Jeremy Lin). Signed DVDs, posters, and t-shirts will be available for sale, and a reception with samples of delicious Taiwanese cuisine will be provided for the first 200 guests.

There is no height limit to attend, although seating is limited! Tickets are available at for $8 general admission and $5 for students and seniors.

The Faces Festival, directed by Jolanta Lion, Assistant Director of the Humanities Center at CMU, is an annual celebration of international film and its potential to shine a light on the human faces involved in shaping our contemporary social landscape.  The eighth edition of the Faces Festival, Faces of Work, will explore the challenges and achievements of diverse groups of workers worldwide.

For more information about the festival, visit our website:, or contact Festival Director Jolanta Lion, at,(412) 268-2212.

2014/01/18 時光艿苒, 回過頭看竟也走了這麼遠! Happy 6th Anniversary!!
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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Ltd. (台積電) summer internship is now opened for application! We welcome students from not only technical fields but also non-technology majors to apply what you have learned from your studies, to experience the industry environment, and to make early connections.

Taiwanese students are always our priority and have received great number of response. With limited spots, the positions are full very soon in usually less than two months, we recommend you to apply at your earliest for this opportunity to gain valuable, hands-on experience and learn from fellow employees while expanding leadership experiences by working on various exciting projects.

Our internship programs are minimum 2 months, up to 6 months, flexible to accomodate your school schedule. You will be working with TSMC during the summer in:

1. technical fields (Semiconductor Process Research & Development, Design Technology Platform, Semiconductor manufacturing, etc.) or

2. professional fields (IT, Human Resources, Finance, Legal, etc.)

To apply for TSMC internship, please visit to complete the application form and recommendation letter through the system.

The application ends at April, 2014. Looking forward to your participation!

Best Regards,

Andrew Chiang

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Google+ 自動製作我今年的精選照片!
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Prague in winter!
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Highlights of ASRU'13 at Olomouc!
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ASRU 2013 Best Student Paper Award!! The first prize of three!!! Thanks my co-author +William Yang Wang and my advisor Prof. +Alexander Rudnicky!!
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Hi CMU Taiwanese Scholar Society,
My name is Bruce and I'm a headhunter. Browsing through your website, I've realized you have a Job Opportunities section. At Spring Professional we've usually receive requests from clients across Asia looking for talents top amongst their peers. Thus I've thought I might be able to provide career opportunities as well as job market information to your students or alumni. Attached is a briefing of our company.
Currently, one of our clients WorldQuant is looking for Quantitative Researchers to be located in Taiwan. WorldQuant is an investment management company consisting of an international team of researchers, traders, and technologists. The candidates should possess strong analytical and quantitative skills, along with strong interests in learning about worldwide financial markets. They'd be final year students or recent graduates with less than 3 years of experience. See the attached JD for more detailed information.
I'd appreciate if you could share this opportunity within your organization. I'd be happy to further introduce potential candidates to our client and discuss about their career. For those who are interested, please email the resume to Thank you for your time. I look forward to your reply.
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