He grew up under Japanese rule in Taiwan and developed an affinity for Japan even before he went to study at Kyoto Imperial University, currently known as Kyoto University.
What does KIU stand for?
KIU stands for Kyoto Imperial University (now Kyoto University; Japan)
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We have 26 other meanings of KIU in our Acronym Attic
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- Kallidinogenase Inactivator Unit (biochemical measurement)
- Kampala International University (Uganda)
- Keep It Up
- Kick It Up
- Kid Icarus: Uprising (gaming)
- Killer Inside Us (gaming clan)
- kilo International Units
- Kobe International University (Japan)
- Kölner Internet Union
- Kyoto International University (Japan)
- Kyushu International University (Japan)
- Kampala International University Youth Action against HIV/AIDS and Drug Abuse (Uganda)
- Kontsumitzaileen Informaziorako Udal Bulegoa (Basque: Municipal Consumer Information Office; Spain)
- Kauai Island Utility Cooperative
- Kiev International University of Civil Aviation (Ukraine)
- Klein Institute for Undergraduate Engineering Life (University of Southern California)
- Kiuruveden (Finnish)
- Alpha-Keto-Isovaleric Acid
- Keep In View
Samples in periodicals archive:
Lee, who was educated at Kyoto Imperial University, the predecessor of the current Kyoto University, and is known as a Japanophile, urged Taiwan to ''strengthen cooperation with Japan, be it in terms of investment in China or investment in Southeast Asia.
Later in the day he called on a former tutor at his alma mater Kyoto Imperial University, currently known as Kyoto University.
He studied agricultural economics at Kyoto Imperial University, predecessor of Kyoto University in western Japan, in the 1940s.
Lee studied at Kyoto Imperial University, predecessor to Kyoto University.
Lee, who grew up during the Japanese colonial rule of Taiwan, studied agriculture at then Kyoto Imperial University, the prototype of present-day Kyodo University.
Lee studied at Kyoto Imperial University, since renamed Kyoto University, in western Japan, while Taiwan was under Japanese colonial rule from 1895 to 1945.
Lee was a student at Kyoto Imperial University during the Japanese occupation of Taiwan, which ended in 1945.