1993 / 11月
Your honorable magazine has in the past introduced us to the famous universities of the world, providing much valuable information to students planning to go abroad for studies.
Recently, there are more and more people from Taiwan going to the United States to study professional subjects (such as photography, design, film making, and so forth). But domestically there is no source of complete and well-rounded information for them to refer to. I would suggest that you carry out some in-depth reports on some colleges of arts with their own special character. This will allow Taiwan's students to have a richer understanding when they are trying to select schools.
Lin Li-chu USA
I happened to read the May issue of Sinorama magazine, spending two days to finish reading all the articles, including the English translation. The content was very valuable. It helped me to better understand many different facets of Taiwan, including its culture, economy and social development.
I especially want to know about cultural education and scientific development in Taiwan, for example how many universities and scientific research institutes there are and what they have achieved. Can every high school graduate enter university? I saw in your photographs how much young parents toil on behalf of their children, hoping to see their children make something useful of themselves. It strikes a chord in my heart. Not every child can be a great success. It would be best to let children develop freely according to their own abilities.
Chen Ai (pen name) Beijing