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成功大學光復校區,雲平廣場,朱銘「飛撲」Ju Ming's Swooping,yun-ping square,NCKU Kuang-Fu campus



Here we are at Yun-Ping square in Kuang-Fu campus, National Cheng Kung University. There are a pair of statues ahead. In 2009,Yeh Rong Jai Culture& Art Foundation founded by alumni "Rong-Jia Yeh" loaned these two statues, worth hundreds of millions of NT dollars, to NCKU. These "Flying-Kick" is two pieces of the "Tai-Chi" series created by a famous Taiwan artist "Ju-Ming". It shows the Ju-Mins's strong interpretation of space, which adds a touch of art to the campus.

Behind the statues is Yun-Ping Building, which functions as an administration building. Department of Industrial and Information Management Building is on the right hand side. The Complex Building of College of Management with green construction net, which houses departments of Transportation, Business Administration, and Statistics, is the one on the left hand side of the gate. This gate is the main entrance to Kuang-Fu campus facing south. The Student Activity center, which is the building for student associations, is to the right of the gate.

You can visit the following websites for more information

國立成功大學 National Cheng Kung University


財團法人榮嘉文化藝術基金會 Yeh Rong Jai Culture& Art Foundation

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Copyright: Ewing Kang
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 28188x14094
Taken: 30/06/2011
Uploaded: 15/07/2011
Updated: 21/03/2015


Tags: ncku; cheng kung; cheng kung university; ju ming; tai chi; statue; kuang fu; tainan
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