"X'Mask" Dancing Party and "The Night of Hot Songs"

On the Christmas Eve 2010, Central Police University (CPU) held the end of the year mysterious "X'Mask" Dancing Party and "Hot Songs" singing concert. Through dancing, singing and games in these events, students could release daily pressure in a joyful atmosphere. Besides, the diversities and education emphasis of CPU campus were also shown to students from other universities.

All participants in "Merry X'Mask" party were required to wear a mask. A male participant led his date to pass the "Haunted Tunnel" before entering the ballroom. The party attracted around 1200 participants in total. About 600 participants were from thirty-three northern colleges and universities, such as National Taipei University of Nursing and Health Science, Ming Chuan University, Chang Gung University, Chang Gung Institute of Technology, Chung Yuan Christian University, National Taiwan Normal University, and so on. President Ho and his wife led the first dance to begin the party in a mysterious and cheerful environment.

Meanwhile, the "Hot Songs" singing concert was also took place at the CPU gym. The event was climaxed by singing "wishes" and "wish you happiness" to wish President Ho the best for his new position as the deputy mayor of the New Taipei City. Around 500 faculty, staff, students and their families members participated the event and everyone had an unforgettable night.
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