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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.”

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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.

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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.

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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”

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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.

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

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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.

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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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