2018 International Cultural Night

Source: Taipei Medical University

Published on 2018-12-20

2018/12/20

The first ever “2018 International Cultural Night” had been held in Auditorium at 6-9 PM on Thursday, December 20th, 2018.It not only allowed both international and local students to perform but also showcased a wide range of folk and popular entertainment.

2018 International Cultural Night is a new event designed to welcome all TMU students, regardless of major. With more than 300 participants, “2018 International Cultural Night” allowed them to express their talents and display their cultures with pride. The performers have been separated into solo and group with numerous nationalities including Vietnam, India, Indonesia, Mongolia, Malawi, Taiwan, etc.

Groups of Vietnamese and Mongolian students danced, with the latter group wearing both historic and modern costumes. Indonesian students sang a capella and performed traditional dances. Students from Malawi introduced the audience to their region’s military uniform dancing, and Indian students danced in Bollywood style.

Individual Malawian, Indonesian, Indian and Vietnamese students interpreted their cultures’ folk songs, pop music and solo dances. Local student clubs also performed demonstrations of folk sports, magic, guitar music and other activities for the approximately 300 students who attended.

Group performances


Individual performances


International Student Section Chief Shu-Wei Chen, Vice President Jackson Chieh-Hsi Wu and Global Engagement Dean Pei-Shan Tsai (left to right) attended the student show.

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