Cheerleaders Contest Championship Belongs to the Department of Business Administration
The 2019 Sports Day was organized at National Taipei University’s (NTPU) Sanxia Campus on Oct. 26, as the Teamwork Award went to the Department of Public Administration and Policy and the Department of Business Administration went home with the trophy of cheerleaders’ contest.
Nine teams participated in the cheerleader’s contest. Cheerleaders from the Department of Business Administration presented their performance – wedding – in front of the crowds and caught everybody’s eyes at the scene, as they went home with the trophy.
“I knew, we are the champions. I just knew it,” said Chen Wei-yu (陳威瑀), a sophomore from the department.
Cheerleaders from the Department of Real Estate and Built Environment danced to a mix of children’s rhymes, while they presented as a musical. They checked in the second place of the contest.
The third place – the Department of Finance and Cooperative Management, Arab tunes, costumes, and props were used during their show, which also became a highlight of the contest.
Cheerleaders from the Department of Public Administration and Policy took advantage of Japanese style costumes and props during their dance, while those huge props of theirs impressed the audiences because it was quite rare for a cheerleaders’ contest.
Cheerleaders from the Department of Foreign Languages and Applied Linguistics combined the features of all kinds of arts into their dance, including sculpture, painting, and even Chinese painting, as they were trying to deliver the message – arts are around you. By following the lunar calendar, they also presented different greetings of different seasons.
Students from Departments of Chinese Literature, Social Work, History, Sociology and Computer Science and Information Engineering decided to work together as a team to join the contest. During their performance, everything was about the number “five,” which was also regarded as “creative work.”
“Night markets” became the feature for the Department of Economics cheerleaders, as they presented all kinds of night market snacks and dishes during their show.
For the Department of Leisure and Sport Management, their cheerleaders took advantage of the importance of keeping environment clean, as their moves were related all kinds of cleanup activities.
In addition to the cheerleaders’ contest, male athletes from the law school won the teamwork championship on the tracks, followed by the Department of Leisure and Sport Management, Electrical Engineering, and Computer Science and Information Engineering. For female athletes, the Department of Leisure and Sport Management went home with the trophy, followed by the Business Administration, Electrical Engineering and Real Estate and Built Environment.