The Ph.D. Program in Asia－Pacific Regional Studies, College of Human and Social Sciences, National Dong Hwa University held a warm Christmas Party
On the evening of December 23rd, the Ph.D. Program in Asia-Pacific Regional Studies, College of Human and Social Sciences, National Dong Hwa University held a warm Christmas Party. The doctoral students and professors of the program were invited to participate in and share together about academics and campus life in a warm atmosphere.
The Ph.D. Program in Asia-Pacific Regional Studies has been academically developing. The program comprises faculty members from the Department of Taiwan and Regional Studies, Department of Public Administration, Department of History, Department of Economics, and Department of Sociology. Its study fields include studies of culture, sociology, economics, and environment in the regions of Southeast Asia, South Asia, East Asia, as well as the United States, New Zealand, and Australia.
The Ph.D. Program in Asia-Pacific Regional Studies began enrolling students in September 2021. Currently, there are 17 foreign students enrolled as an outstanding result. The students come from many countries and involve diverse research fields. They are assisted by faculties in related fields of the College of Human and Social Sciences guide.
Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, after enrolling in the Asia-Pacific Regional Studies, foreign students are unable to return to their home country for the holiday. In order to help students from other countries feel the warmth of Taiwan during the holiday, a warm Christmas party was specially held as an occasion to invite current students and advisors to exchange gifts and have a happy get－together. In addition, to let the two last autumn 2021 students of the program enjoy the warmness of the Christmas get-together in their quarantine, the students also delivered Christmas meals and wishes as happy shares to them.