The Office of International Affairs of Shih Hsin University took International Student Ambassadors and outgoing exchange students, 24 people in total, to visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on May 8th, 2019, received by the Public Diplomacy Coordination Council. The main purpose of this visit is in hope of showing students how to receive guests and assist foreign students with appropriate International Etiquettes.
Firstly, the former H. E. Ambassador of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, HSIA, CHI-CHANG shared his own expatriating experience and the interesting etiquette stories while receiving distinguished guests. Followed by the dynamic presentation, the Vice Deputy Counselor of Public Diplomacy Coordination Council, HUNG, CHENG-PIN, explained how MOFA uses appropriate International Etiquettes to receive guests in various formal occasions.
International Student Ambassador Program (ISAP) aims to assist the Office of International Affairs in dealing with international affairs, including receptions of foreign guests, services for foreign students, etc. The visit aims to make students understand that the value of international exchange lies in respect of cultural differences. Meanwhile, attitude, curiosity, sincerity, and even a good sense of humor are all critical elements when it comes to International Etiquette. It is believed that this visit will bring a lot of benefits to students.
The former H.E. Ambassador of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, HSIA, CHI-CHANG, shared his own expatriating experience with the students.
The Vice Deputy Counselor of Public Diplomacy Coordination Council, HUNG, CHENG-PIN, introduced the students to the appropriate use of International Etiquette.
A Group Photo at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.