Author affiliations: E-Da Hospital and I-Shou University, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan (C.
What does ISU stand for?
ISU stands for I-Shou University (Taiwan)
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But George Hou, a mass communications lecturer at I-Shou University in Taiwan said: "Pandas are a diplomatic tool to win over a place's public and make them think China is a friendly country.
The authors thank the Students of the Department of Business Administration, I-Shou University in Taiwan for being respondents of this study.
The three winning university teams and their entries are: * Lin Jing-Min and Professor Chen Yeong Chin of Diwan University, Taiwan: PC-Based Impedance Measurement System * Liao Yen-Hsun and Professor Lo Yu Ren of I-Shou University, Taiwan: Automated Measurement System for Material Characterization * Yang Rui and Professor Tan Kok Kiong of National University of Singapore: Motor Dynamics Simulation System Professor Horizon Gitano from the School of Mechanical Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) joined the winners at the award presentation.
He also spent several years at Pacific Rim Survey Company working in leadership training and biotech development in Taiwan with Taipei, Kaohsiung Department of Health, I-Shou University and GGB Biology Corporation.