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Dr.Kwang-Ya   Wang,born in1922 in Gongyi,Henan,graduated from the   Economics   Department of Asia University in Japan, was conferred two honorary     doctorate degrees: Education University of California, 1977; and Business     Operation KyengHee University, Korea, 1997. In 1947, he went to   Taiwan, then   he served in the State Ministry of Audit. During his   service, he saw the need   for business accountants. In 1949 he started   a tutorialinstitute called Yu-Da   Business School whichovertheyears evolved   into a renowned Commercial   Vocational Senior High School in Taiwan.   Presently there are two campuses,   one in Taipei and the other in Tao   Yuan. His contribution to education in   Taiwan has won himself   worldwide fame.

 

Due   to Dr. Wang’s continuous effort in developing private   education in   accordance with the national education policy, he and other   education   advocates formed the R.O.C. Private Educational Association in   1964.   For 39 years from 1969 onwards, he was its chief executive. During that     time, the benefits and medical insurance of the private school staff   were far   inferior to those of the public school making it difficult to   maintain top   staff and instructors. Thus, the quality of education in   private schools was   seriously affected through the loss of their best   instructors. Dr. Wang took   up the cause and fought vigorously. He   represented the Association and fought   for better benefits for the   private schools staff from the government. After   numerous efforts, The   Legislative Yuan, in 1980, finally passed “The private   school Staff   Insurance’s Law”, which provided greater security for private   school   employee. Dr. Wand didn’t just stop there. In 1991, Dr. Wang convinced     the government to pass another law, “The Amendment of the Law of Private     School Article 55”, which was enacted in 1992 and provided benefits to   school   employees after retirement. Besides these two great   achievements, Dr. Wang   also secured other benefits, such as   scholarships for private school   students, tax exemptions on school   property, recognition of private school   teachers and their experience,   low interest rates on school building and   dormitory mortgages,   government paid salaries for military and nursery   personnel, tax exemption   on imported educational facilities, and grants for   students who have   completed high school. Dr. Wang’s contribution has had a   great   influence on private education in general. In 1995, after resigning as     the Chief Executive, Dr. Wang was elected to be the life-time honorable Chief     Executive of the R.O.C. Private Educational Association.

 

In   addition to his dedication on securing benefits for private   schools,   Dr. Wang believed that international education exchanges played and     important role. He visited numerous countries many times and formed alliances     with 266 schools from 18 countries located in Europe, Asia, Africa,   and the   U.S. Every year, countless exchanges and visits take place   between the   Chinese-Korea Cultural Exchange Foundation in 1977, taking   the position of   CE. In 1994, he became the president. In 1989, Dr.   Wang formed the   Kwang-shing Cultural and Educational Foundation, and   served as its CEO,   strengthening the quality of international   education exchanges and the   Chinese culture.

 

In   1987, the Chinese government allowed visitors from Taiwan for   the   first time. Being away from his hometown in Henan Province for many     decades, Dr. Wang eagerly wanted to return home and share his success with     the people of his hometown. He established the Beijing Yuda Junior   College,   the Shengda Trade Economics and Management College of ZZ   University in   Zhengzhou, Mongolia Economics, Trade and Foreign   Language College, Chenggong   College in Gongyi, Henan Province. As an   educator, he let his actions speak   for his love for his home town. He   also hoped educational exchanges from both   sides of the Taiwan Strait   would progress.

 

Dr.   Wang his dedicated his whole life to education and business   culture   career. He has received recognition from various educational fields.     He has been granted many awards from the Department of Education, private   organizations   and various public agencies. For example, in 1979, the   Korean Private School   Association granted Dr. Wang the “Special Achievement   Phoenix Award.” In1985,   the ministry of Education granted him the   “Moo-Yi award”, in 1987 Executive   Yuan granted him the First Class   Service Award, in 1989 the Baptist College   in California granted him   the Education Dedication Award, and so on. In 1981,   in addition to   these awards, the Korean government granted high honor award’s     “Mou-Dan award”, given by South Korea’s President chun Do Huan. Dr. Wang is     the first foreigner to receive this honor. In 1987, the World Peace   Education   awards from WUM International Education Group of U.S. In   1998, he also   received “Lee Kuo Ding management award” from “China   Management Association.”

 

Looking   back on Dr. Wang’s last sixty years, one can see Dr.   Wang’s passion   for education is indescribable, and his unbelievable endurance   and   determination made it possible for Shengda College. For the last sixty     years, Dr. Wang’s dedication has been a standard in education, he has lived     Shengda College’s motto “be frugal, diligent, honest and self-reliant”   to everyone.

 

Founding   of Shengda University
    Dr.Wang is the sole financial contributor of Shengda University. The     long-term goal of the University is to be comprised of four colleges   with   graduate studies, namely, a school of economics and trade,   management,   foreign languages, and law. At present, the initial phase   of the plan has   already been completed. Since September in 1994, there   has been one   College-Shengda College of  Economics, Trade and   Management opened for   enrolment. In compliance with the State   Education Commission of China’s   regulation, Shengda College is   temporarily registered under Zhengzhou   University.

 

Dr.   Wang’s Education Ideology
    Over the last half century, Dr. Wang has been very successful in terms   of   building schools and has received unanimous recognition from the   general   public and educational agencies. He has always believed that   the four   fundamental principles for a school system to were “Morality,   Creativity,   Quality and Efficiency”

 

Morality
    By building students’ respect for teachers and strengthening the moral     principles among students and teachers, harmony will be created on   campus.   Students honor teachers with respect and honesty. Teachers   treat students as   friends. Together, they pursue knowledge.

 

Creativity
    By directing trends, observing societies, and developing classes to   meet   employment requirements, endless opportunities for students will   be created.

 

Quality
    Apply strict quality standards on purchasing hardware and software,   and   hiring teachers; grant scholarship to outstanding students. These     requirements will help maintain a high quality of education.

 

Efficiency
    Establish a body of rules as standards for school. These rules help   the   teachers to teach, staff to work, and students to learn. As a   result,   teaching, researching, and learning has shown a dramatic   increase in performance.

 

 

 



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