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Congratulations to the Center for Japanese Studies’ Project-Appointed Assistant Researcher Su Chen-wen who was accepted by the Interchange Association of Japan for the Interchange Association of Jap

In October of 2012, the National Sun Yat-sen University’s Center for Japanese Studies’ Project-Appointed Assistant Researcher Su Chen-wen’s submitted her Master’s thesis, “Implications of Japan’s Intellectual Property Trust and Technology Transfer System for Taiwan” to apply for the Interchange Association of Japan’s 2013 Research Project Application. After passing the examination committee, her submission was accepted. 

The Interchange of Japan’s 2013 Research Project Application’s purpose is to provide researchers in the humanities and social sciences as well as professionals employed in the fields of culture, art, and physical education who have attained the educational level of a Master’s degree or above with the opportunity to research, manufacture, and study in Japan. By promoting the development of Japanese studies in Taiwan and Taiwan-Japan academic exchanges, it is hoped that the two countries and their peoples will be better able to build mutual understanding. The Center for Japanese Studies’ Project-Appointed Assistant Researcher Su Chen-wen has been granted a special opportunity and deserves a well-earned congratulations.
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