Exotic Taiwan came to the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague for one extraordinary evening and settled in Klub C on the university campus. Students attending Prague’s summer school MLESA (Management and Leadership Academy) prepared for visitors a colorful presentation of their homeland and its rich culture. The cultural evening was visited also by a director of Taipei economic and cultural office Prague Mr. Chung-I Wang and dean of the Faculty of Economics and Management Mr. Ing. Martin Pelikán, Ph.D.
Students of three Taiwanese universities prepared for visitors such a great evening filled with diverse and interactive activities that fully occupied all their senses. The evening opened Mr. Wang with his short speech followed by cheerful singing and dance performance of Natalie, a Taiwanese Aboriginal student. Students continued with short, but remarkable presentations about the history of Chinese writing and the beauty of their mountainous homeland landscape. The evening was interweaving by couple of dancing performance that turned into workshops for all the spontaneous guests of crowded Klub C. Visitors could taste samples of exotic Taiwanese cuisine, from stuffed dumplings and a bubble tea to the sweet and salty cakes throughout the whole evening. Visitors had also a chance to learn more about calligraphy, play Taiwanese chess and other traditional games.
The organizer of the cultural evening was Management and Leadership Summer Academy, led by Ing. Jana Poláková from Faculty of Economics and Management, with the kind support of Czech university of Life Sciences Prague and Taipei Economic and Cultural Office Prague. For more pictures please visit our FB photogallery.
Contact person: Ing. Jana Poláková, Project Leader, Department of Management, Faculty of Economics and Management, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, email@example.com, +420 775 221186.