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Tainan School Visit 台南學生交流時間

posted 22 Apr 2013, 02:38 by Logan Krusac
101年12月13日

12月我們的學生實在太幸福了!他們這個月有一個機會去台南崑山中學進行文化/語言交流以及在台灣的古城玩兩天!

台南是一個很有歷史的城市。在台南時,我們的學生有機會看很多古跡,包括很多古老的廟宇、安平古堡、安平老街、赤坎樓、等等。那麼如果白天看古跡,晚上做什麼呢?一定要去台灣最大的花園夜市!夜市裡面真是人山人海,不過我們的學生還覺得非常有趣。在夜市的時候,學生吃到很多相當特別(也很多噁心)的小吃!

玩整天以後,學生都去他們很熱情的接待家庭!在台南不但可以學到很多歷史,還可以欣賞台灣傳統家庭文化。NSLI-Y學生都覺得那兩天過得非常好。下面的影片有他們的感受和他們對學校表示的感謝!

December 13, 2012

This month we will have two opportunities to travel to Tainan for school visits. Tainan, located near Kaohsiung in the southwest, is a former capital of Taiwan and was the first site to be invaded by the Dutch in the early 17th century. Due to its unique history and importance over time, Tainan is known as a city with many unique historical sites, including early western forts, ancient temples, and battlegrounds. Tainan is also widely recognized for its special snacks sold at Taiwan's largest night market. 

During our trip to Tainan this past weekend, we visited Kuen Shan Senior High School. The school was very welcoming, and took us on a two-day adventure through the city, visiting all of the key historical sites. During those two days, the students learned a great deal about Taiwan's rich history. Some of the highlights from our trip include singing karaoke, visiting temples from the 17th century, exploring Taiwan's first Confucian Temple, experiencing Taiwan's largest night market, and visiting the Museum of Taiwanese History. 

The students had a great time in Taiwan with their new friends. Check out the final video below to hear their thoughts about the visit and their appreciation of the school's efforts!



馬維彬和他新的朋友彈鋼琴
Ben and his new friend play piano

Ben Plays Piano as Friends Sing Along




江荷婷玩傳統遊戲
Hunter plays a traditional outdoor game

Learning a Traditional Outdoor Game




跟小朋友學怎麼打鼓
Learning how to play the drums

Learning to Play Drums




大家一起合照
Everyone together for a group picture


在台灣歷史博物館
At the Museum of Taiwanese History


在看很多古跡
Exploring historical sights in Tainan


Students Express their Thanks to the School in Tainan


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