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Central Police University, Republic of China (Taiwan)
2017 Annual Sports Meet of Central Police University

“CPU 36th Sports Day” was held on November 17th 2017. The opening ceremony was held by Minister Jiunn-rong Yeh and then an energetic sports day got started as the Minister and CPU president Chien-sheng Tiao made a 800 meter-run accompanied by school faculties and students.

Minister Yeh claimed that recently CPU students’ performances on the interschool sports competition are incredible, especially this year. We won 2 gold medals, 7 silver medals and 5 bronze medals in the National Intercollegiate Athletic Games. Furthermore, we won 1 team champion and 1 team runner-up in total in Judo, which is listed as the key educational project. These outstanding performances are all credits to all the professional education trainings of CPU. One of the achievements is worth mentioning is that students are fearless of challenging themselves and leave timeless record and memories for their youth lives.

Minister Yeh also mentioned that during the 2017 Taipei Universiade, CPU not only provided the judo courts for athletes’ training but also had 320 students served as the attaché, inspectors at the security point and security patrolling to tackle with the security of the gymnasiums. They sincerely aided the foreign athletes with all kinds of assistance to build a cordial friendship with them. These experiences help CPU students to connect what they learned at school with the practical duties and exert the core function of CPU which will be useful for those who are going to be future law enforcement cadres.

Minister Yeh further said that the tug-of-war is the most representative team competition in CPU which tests the team's solidarity and rapport among them. This is not only the tug of war for 20 players, but also the students gathered in the field together to encourage, in just a few minutes, work together to win. This pursuit of the team honors is precisely the embodiment of "honor" of the core values of CPU. It is also an essential trait for the public order cadres in the future.

President Tiao thanked the Chairman of Police Alumni Association Nuan-xuan He for his support; not only for his care and service for the alumni, but also for his commitment in promoting its business. For three consecutive years since 2015, he had sponsored the University Games NT$ 100,000 each year, so that all students could obtain the best back-up support while working hard to compete in the field. It is touching to have the enthusiasm of supporting the younger schoolmate with actual actions.

Not only had the competitions on the sports field, but also the CPU students made their best efforts to show their creativity during the opening ceremony. They made themselves into the disguise of Kingsman, Kong-fu, Angry Bird, Super Mario, the manga classic Dragon Ball and the legend of Mazu which added a lively carnival fun to the entire competitive atmosphere.

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