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    The Chinese Program was established in Spring 2006 and approved by Taiwan's Ministry of Education (MOE) in Fall 2006.  The program is available in MOE's "Chinese Language Center" list, an official document for Taiwan's overseas consulates and the local offices of "National Immigration Agency" to consult with when they are issuing visas to students.    
    The Chinese Program is intended for those interested in learning Chinese language and culture.   Managed by NCHU's Language Center, the Program consorts with the policy of academic internationalization promoted by MOE. The program comprises courses of elementary, intermediate, high-intermediate, and advanced levels (see "Courses"). The elementary and intermediate levels focus on the acquisition of daily Chinese, while culture-oriented topics constitute the core of the high-intermediate and advanced courses. The classes are small in size. The instructors are all highly experienced and professionally trained with the teaching certificate.