Cooperation Agreement links Secondary Schools in Belgium and Taiwan
These two secondary schools began their relationship in 2012, when a delegation of students from Kaohsiung visited Namur to learn about French cuisine on a one-week exchange programme. This was a great success, and following a year’s correspondence and consideration, the two schools decided to sign a MOU. This is unprecedented: this is the first time that a secondary school in Taiwan and a secondary school in Belgium have formally entered a “sister-school” agreement.
“We have everything to learn from you and your culture.” Mr. Bultot graciously remarked at the ceremony. This “sister-school” agreement will certainly promote their students’ skills and understanding of Taiwanese and French/Belgian cuisine, and possibilities for further collaboration are being discussed, including a delegation from the Namur Province Council and Ecole Hôtelière Provinciale de Namur visiting Kaohsiung.