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國際扶輪青少年交換委員會台灣餐飲文化推廣課程2019/2/24-3/24

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新加坡南洋理工大學來訪-2018/12/13

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民生學院教師至Oklahoma state university 學術交流

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民生學院教師至Oregon state university 學術交流



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本系與Oklahoma state university碩士1+1學制_本系教師赴美訪視

Taiwan Meets Charlotte in Food-Filled Cultural Exchange

by Melinda Law, on Sep 14, 2018 5:00:21 PM

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They created blackberry, citrus and root beer ice cream flavors, but their favorite was milk tea. 11 students and two faculty members from Fu Jen Catholic University in Taiwan attended JWU Charlotte’s first cultural exchange program in August.

The customized summer program, developed by Dean of Culinary Education Jerry Lanuzza and Professor Piyavan Sukalakamala (College of Hospitality Management) emphasized JWU’s baking & pastry and hospitality expertise by integrating hands-on learning with classroom instruction, as well as field trips to various hospitality service industries.

“Your students (teaching assistants) here are passionate about what they learn,” student Yu-Lin Chen said. “They know what they want to do! Everyone is always smiling and friendly and always greeting us. They are willing to share what they know. They are kind and patient.”

Instructor Quientina Stewart, known as Chef Q, led a class on introduction to Western-style plated desserts where the group discussed using local, seasonal ingredients. Then the students shared a recipe with JWU for pineapple cake pastry, a traditional Taiwanese dessert.


"This is a chance to learn about different cultures, talk to their people and eat their food.”

Chef Q said, “We covered all of the factors that go into making a balanced dessert. We used a lot of science and talked about making dessert profitable. And they LOVED ice cream day!”

The science included discussions of
how proper mixing methods, bake time and temperature all aid in a successful finished product
churning ice cream fast enough and at correct temperatures to result in a smooth finished product
what happens during the different phases of producing a finished product

Student Li-Chu Huang said, “This is a chance to learn about different cultures, talk to their people and eat their food. It’s the best way to learn about the United States and the differences between our cultures and education systems.”

The students were also enrolled in Senior Instructor Catherine Rabb and Associate Professor Sophi Sukalakamala’s hospitality beverage class that offered hands-on demos and lessons on wines, spirits, beers and coffee. When not in the labs, the Taiwanese students toured hospitality venues including Bank of America Stadium, Ballantyne Country Club, The Ritz Carlton-Charlotte and S&D Coffee & Tea.

Sukalakamala and Charlotte Campus President Tarun Malik invested two years in bringing this program to fruition. “It is a great opportunity for the Charlotte Campus to explore our academic and cultural exchange with an international university,” Sukalakamala said. “We hope to continue this experience and bring in more students from other countries around the globe — and not just limited to culinary and hospitality, but any program JWU offers. We can hand-craft the program for them.”

For Li-Chu, Yu-Lin and the rest of their classmates, this was an opportunity for global learning and acceptance. JWU and the exchange students shared new perspectives and made lifelong friendships, valued diversity and their differences, and discovered the world through the voices — and recipes — of other students.

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 09 01 1071 0209 01 1071 03 09 01 1071 012018/8/17~9/1跨文化餐旅專題-Johnson & Wales, Charlotte (North Carolina), U.S.A.

 

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菲律賓HOLY NAME UNIVERSITY 師生來訪2018.6.03~6.10


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餐旅專業海外觀摩 【大阪、大津】 2018.4.15-4.19


與日本立命館大學美食學院共教共學相關報導20180416
台湾・輔仁大學餐旅管理學系より学生らが来訪

台湾より、輔仁大學餐旅管理學系(Fu-Jen Catholic University, Department of Restaurant, Hotel and Institutional Management)の学生・教員ら約20名がBKCを訪れ、食マネジメント学部生約20名と交流しました。

輔仁大學は台湾の私学を代表するカトリック系総合大学で、餐旅管理學系は食分野に関わるマネジメントにおいて台湾トップクラスのレベルです。

コモンラウンジでのプレゼンテーションやカフェテリアでの昼食の後、大津市内に移動し、和菓子店や鮒寿司店の見学、町家木村邸での抹茶と茶菓子の実食を行いました。
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