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生活資訊

1. 生活費預算:本校位居台灣中部,消費物價皆較北部低,建議一個月的生活費大約新台幣5,000元~8,000元計算。若想在校外租屋,租屋費用大約在新台幣4,000元-8,000元不等。

2. 天氣:台灣夏季6月至9月氣溫約30˚C~35˚C,高溫悶熱,建議穿著棉質易吸汗的衣服,並做好防曬措施。冬季12月至2月氣溫約10˚C~18˚C,低溫多雨潮濕,建議多準備禦寒衣物及雨具。春、秋兩季天氣多變,早晚溫差大,容易感冒,建議準備個人藥品及注意保暖。
3. 衣物:在台灣購買衣物便利且便宜,日常衣服不需攜帶太多,台灣大約11月時會轉涼,可帶幾件長袖外套預備。
4. 日常用品:因抵台時間不一定,建議攜帶簡便盥洗用品,待安頓後可自行至超市採買,全新寢具亦可在超市購買。
5. 電器:台灣電器插頭為兩腳插,電壓是110V,記得帶轉換插頭。
6. 行動電話門號申辦及撥打電話:可先在機場購買手機預付卡,預付卡可以儲值,餘額不足時,可在各大便利商店儲值。拿到居留證後,可攜帶居留證及護照向本地電信業者申請門號。
7. 銀行開戶:到台灣時,身上最好帶著一些現金(NTD=新台幣),台灣部分店家可接受國際信用卡消費(VISA, MasterCard, Euro card, Diners club, American Express)。若需在台灣辦理銀行開戶,請帶學校證明(學生證)、護照和居留證(若無居留證,則須準備其他具辨識力之身分證明文件,如健保卡、護照、駕照或學生證等),就可辦理。
8. 台灣貨幣:台灣貨幣單位是新台幣(NTD),銀行紙幣分成新台幣100 元、500 元、1000 元、2000 元;硬幣分別是新台幣1 元、5 元、10 元、20 元,以及50元。
9. 其他:可攜帶自己的常備藥品、家鄉零食等。另可準備彩色證件照8張以上(白底光面紙兩吋大小,半身脫帽)。
明道大學華語中心華語研習生手冊


LIFE at MDU


1. Cost of living: The school is located in central Taiwan which enjoys a relatively lower cost of living than northern Taiwan. Suggested monthly living expenses: NT$5,000 - $8,000. For those planning to rent a place off-campus, an additional NT$4,000 - $8,000 may be needed.
2. Weather: Average temperature in summer in Taiwan from June to September is 30˚C~35˚C. The high temperature coupled with humidity may lead to increased sweating; therefore, it's recommended to wear sweat-absorbing cotton clothes and use sun protection measures. The average temperature for winter from December to February is 10˚C~18˚C. It can get cold, rainy and wet, so it's recommended to have warm clothing and rain gears handy. Weather in the spring and autumn is unpredictable, with big temperature differences in the day and night. It's recommended to prepare some cold medicine and keep warm, because it's the height of the flu season.
3. Clothing: Clothes in Taiwan can be easily bought and are inexpensive. You don't need to carry too many change of clothes with you. The temperature begins to drop in November, so bring a couple of long-sleeve tops to keep warm.
4. Daily necessities: Since your time of arrival in Taiwan can be any time in the day, it's recommended to carry with you some simple toiletries. Once you are settled down, you can purchase the needed items in nearby supermarkets, including new bedding.
5. Appliances: Taiwan's electrical outlets are North American standard sockets with a voltage of 110V. Don't forget to bring adapters.
6. Mobile phone number and calls: Pre-paid cards can be purchased at the airport, and they can be topped-up at any major convenience stores. Once you have your ARC, you can subscribe to a local mobile service by bringing your passport and ARC to any local carriers.
7. Bank account: It's recommended to bring some cash (NTD) with you when arriving. Some stores accept credit cards (VISA, MasterCard, Euro card, Diners club, American Express, etc.). If you need to open a bank account in Taiwan, make sure you have ready your student ID card, passport and ARC (if you don't have an ARC, you'll need other proof of identity, such as NHI card, passport, driver's license or student ID).
8. Taiwan Currency: The currency unit is NTD. Bank notes include $100, $500, $1,000, and $2,000 bills. Coins include $1, $5, $10, $20, and $50.
9. Others: You can bring your own household medicine and home snacks. You should also have 8 or more color passport photos handy (1.77 inches long x 1.38 inches wide, plain white background, close-up of the head and top of the shoulders, no hats).
Student Handbook of Chinese Learning Center

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