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Jan 01, 2020

Waste tracking

<p><span style="color:hsl(0,0%,0%);">Businesses waste and waste liquids from CCU are disposed accordance with the Waste Disposal Act, the Toxic and Concerned Chemical Substances Control Act, and the regulation of Environmental Protection Administration, Executive Yuan. We have an approved waste management plan. We manage and store them properly, and assign them to qualified cleanup operators. In addition, in accordance with the regulations of the Environmental Protection Administration of the Executive Yuan, the business waste is entrusted to the disposal control agency need to submit a bill in three parts for controlling and tracking.</span></p>
Responsible consumption and production
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Jan 01, 2020

Relationships with NGOs and government for SDG policy

Partnerships for the goals
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Jan 01, 2020

Cross sectoral dialogue about SDGs

<p>Prof Huang as a representative of CCU participated in Chiayi County Voluntary Local Review and SDGs promotion Forum.</p>
Partnerships for the goals
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Jan 01, 2020

Life below water
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Jan 01, 2020

Programmes for services access

No poverty
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Nov 18, 2019

Reduce inequality
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Nov 12, 2019

Emperor of Five Grains Temple Cultural Visit

<p>Leading students to understand the history and architectural art of temples, and point out that many of the stories of Feng-Shen-Bang are actually hidden in them so that students can better understand the various artistic and historical significance of temple architecture.</p>
Sustainable cities and communities
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May 30, 2019

Research and Discussion Project of the Research Center for Elderly Health and Long-term Care

Peace, justice and strong institutions
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May 18, 2019

Nan-Kun-Shen Temple Cultural Visit

<p>From pilgrimaging of Zhen-Tian-Fu to Nan-Kun-Shen Dai-Tian-Fu, we can learn about the religious life of Feng-Shou villagers, and observe the religious rituals and the decorative arts of temples.</p>
Sustainable cities and communities
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May 17, 2019

YA-CAT’s production: Dear God

<p>This activity provides people who want to know more about theater or who are interested in performance an opportunity to perform on stage, and understand how to perform by their own body, voice, and acting. Through drama, it brings some inspiration of life to students, teachers of CCU, and local people, and comes alive the artistic atmosphere.</p>
Sustainable cities and communities
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May 10, 2019

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Quality education