NTPU Members And Communities Have Fun With The Crane Machine
One Crane machine was seen and popular among all the celebration activities for National Taipei University’s (NTPU) 70th anniversary as so many people were having fun with it on Oct. 26.
“I must cherish this stuffed toy that I got from the crane machine,” said retired professor Chao Shwu-der (趙淑德).
The retired professor got herself a “Peilar,” which was a stuffed toy designed by students from the Department of Real Estate and Built Environment.
Chao said that she was planning to give it away but now she decided to keep it an introduce NTPU to people whenever she has a chance.
“Our students rock,” she said.
NTPU Vice President Chen Dar-hsin (陳達新) also had the “first-time luck” on the crane machines. He was glad that he was not embarrassed in front of his friends.
“It was quite fun actually,” Chen said.
Alumni Association Deputy Secretary General Tiger Lin (林育騰) joined the event with his family members. After a few shots, he also got a “Dabei.” He liked the activity and believed that more staff members, faculty members and students would join the event and maybe end up with more possibilities for the future.
Lee Wei (李威), a junior from the Department of Information Technology, said that he did not really spend much time on crane machines because of his relatively poor financial status but he also got two “Peilars” this time. He was happy about it because he could give them away as gifts. Lee Cheng-yun (李承昀), a junior from the Department of Social Work, got two stuffed toys at the same time. She was hoping that NTPU will make progress constantly, that the authorities will listen and respond students while greater reputation of NTPU can be established.
Julucua Ytaria Dariyah and Ade Saputri Rofik are International Program on Urban Governance graduate students from Indonesia. They have spent two years here and love what they have encountered. Meanwhile, they said they actually spent much time on crane machines but they got no luck this time on the crane machines during the anniversary event.
Secretariat said that a campus gift store for souvenirs was opened to the public on Oct. 24. This store is carrying out a 30 percent off sale on almost every item on the shelves between Nov. 1.