黃碧端 Pi-Twan Huang Writings
click to view: Googled Glimpses of Distinguished Career: Pi-Twan Huang 黃碧端
As of the middle of 2006, Dr. Pi-Twan Huang has
been for 6 years 2-term President of Tainan
National University of the Arts (TNNUA).

She said in a recent email that she would retire
from public office at the end of July 2006.

One can perceive from the picture to the right her
outstanding achievements in life.

Until the end of June 2006, we have not been in
touch with Dr. Pi-Twan Huang for some 42+ years.
We are proud to have known her during her
younger days as a student at National Taiwan
University.

She has written many books and has had many of
her writings published. The few articles listed here
were only samples of some of her early writings
as a college student at National Taiwan University.

Our hats off to her for her life-long achievements!

Our best wishes to her on her retirement from
public office at the end of July 2006!
Columns written by Pi-Twan Huang
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Pi-Twan Huang
Books written by Pi-Twan Huang
作家簡介: 黃碧端
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author, Pi-Twan
Huang
University Freshman Articles by Pi-Twan Huang 黃碧端: 大學新鮮人時代舊作
我們四人
寫在生日
1964 X'mas Cards from
"我們四人"
偶拾
Written by Pi-Twan Huang. Story about four
college coeds, whom we got to know through
one of Bill Lee's articles. This article was in
response to    Bill Lee's article.
Written by Pi-Twan Huang in the 1960s. Some
birthday thoughts on her birthday.
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by the "4 of Us" girls, with whom we had been
communicating through letters
Written by Pi-Twan Huang in the 1960s. She
was writing about some random thoughts.
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Pi-Twan Huang's book:
"Sea of Literature
under the Moonlight"
月光下文學的海
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Pi-Twan Huang's
book: "Expectations
for a City"
期待一個城市
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Pi-Twan Huang's
book: "Next Step is
Now"
下一步就是現在
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Pi-Twan Huang's
book: "When Real
World Emulates
Virtual World
當真實的世界模擬虛構
世界
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Pi-Twan Huang's
book: "No More Heros"

沒有了英雄