- Obtaining wide recognition from the judges for their ingenious work ¡§Toastformer¡¨ ,in the College Chart Contest, the theme of which was dubbed ¡§Reunion Box¡¨, Kang Chen-wei (±d³¯«Â) and Zheng Wan-jun (¾G°û§g) triumphantly came second as a team. Organized by ChungYuanChristianUniversity, the College Chart Contest was held in May of 2010 at an exhibition center situated at TaoyuanCounty. The activity was also sponsored by Taiwan Indoor Space Design Organization. ¡§Toastformer¡¨, the prize-winning work, successfully integrates the resources out of different environments from town and country. Additionally, it works out a turning point for town and country by extending a value-added service involving environment-friendly commitment.
- Lin, Ying-hao (ªL^»¨), who is now studying Visual Communication and Design at night school, nabbed the fourth place in the National College Cup Golf Tournament in 2010 under the training from our teacher Chen li-e.
- ¡§Eight Generals¡¨ won the third prize in the 2009 International CoreDRAW Design Competition in which a legion of talented students coming from more than 60 countries around the world brought their works to compete for championship. CoreDRAW is among the most topnotch computer graphics software ever worldwide.
Lin, Bo-hua (ªL¬f¾ì) who majors in Visual Communication and Design rejoiced over good appraisal of his work ¡§Eight Generals¡¨ (heavenly gods), which is a typical local culture found in Taiwan. Practically, it is a dance march usually performed during a temple procession. The dance march represents an imaginary way for gods to inspect the area --- to hear grievances from passing spirits met along the way, to capture evil spirits and to give them due punishment.
- ¡§Out of Focus¡¨, one of Zhuang Bo-ren¡¦s (²ø³Õ¤¯) great works, captured Fine Piece Award for the 2009 Taiwan International Creative Design Competition, which drew with their outstanding works a large crowd of participants from 13 countries, including Japan, Spain, Czech, Britain, Poland and Australia. There were altogether 2459 pieces of work to enter the competition. ¡§Out of Focus¡¨ illustrates the blindness of people going after the social trend in the form of a defocused half-length photo, which signifies the gradual deprivation of one¡¦s thought and entity.
According to Zhuang Bo-ren, a student from Visual Communication and Design Department, refraining from blindly following the trend without one¡¦s thought is exactly what he wants to express in his award-winning work.
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