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Congratulations! Wang Jiaoyu's photography work of the Department of Communication won the award of Taiqing Watching Wuhan Photography Exhibition

  • 2019-01-02
  • communication 網站管理員
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    Wang Jiaoyu, a professor of communication at Foguang University, participated in the photography activities of Wuhan in Taiqing. After nearly half a month of internship in Wuhan, the mainland, he studied and lived with local reporters and filmed all the local scenery, folk customs and customs.
    This year, a total of 65 Taiwanese youths participated in the Taiqing Watching Wuhan event. This group of young students who like photography and creation used their various simple devices to record their visions in Wuhan. In the fierce competition, his photography works stand out and won the Taiqing. It is rare to see the Wuhan Photography Awards!    
    The winning entries of the event will be exhibited in Taipei and Kaohsiung and will be held at the opening and awarding ceremony. The relevant information about the event is as follows:

Wang Jiaoyu, a professor of communication at Foguang University, participated in the photography activities of Wuhan in Taiqing. After nearly half a month of internship in Wuhan, the mainland, he studied and lived with local reporters and filmed all the local scenery, folk customs and customs. .     This year, a total of 65 Taiwanese youths participated in the Taiqing Watching Wuhan event. This group of young students who like photography and creation used their various simple devices to record their visions in Wuhan. In the fierce competition, his photography works stand out and won the Taiqing. It is rare to see the Wuhan Photography Awards!    The winning entries of the event will be exhibited in Taipei and Kaohsiung and will be held at the opening and awarding ceremony. The relevant information about the event is as follows:
Wang Jiaoyu, a professor of communication at Foguang University, participated in the photography activities of Wuhan in Taiqing. After nearly half a month of internship in Wuhan, the mainland, he studied and lived with local reporters and filmed all the local scenery, folk customs and customs. .     This year, a total of 65 Taiwanese youths participated in the Taiqing Watching Wuhan event. This group of young students who like photography and creation used their various simple devices to record their visions in Wuhan. In the fierce competition, his photography works stand out and won the Taiqing. It is rare to see the Wuhan Photography Awards!    The winning entries of the event will be exhibited in Taipei and Kaohsiung and will be held at the opening and awarding ceremony. The relevant information about the event is as follows: