Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity

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Coordinates: 24°40′58.6″N 120°58′12.84″E / 24.682944°N 120.9702333°E / 24.682944; 120.9702333

Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity
亞太創意技術學院
Established 1988 (as Chin Min Junior College of Technology and Commerce)
1993 (as APIC)
Type Private
Location Toufen, Miaoli County,  Republic of China
Website www.apic.edu.tw
Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity
Traditional Chinese 亞太創意技術學院

Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity (APIC; Chinese: 亞太創意技術學院) is an educational college in Toufen Township, Miaoli County, Taiwan.

History[edit]

Founded as the Chin Min Junior College of Technology and Commerce (Chinese: 親民技術學院) by Jou Benchi and Chen Kuan-hua in 1988, it took its current name in 1993.

As of 2004 it has approximately 6,800 students and 250 administrative and teaching staff.

Faculties[edit]

  • Division of Creative Design
  • Division of Digital Entertainment
  • Division of Fashion and Life technology
  • Division of Tourism and Hospitality

Transportation[edit]

APIC is accessible East from Zhunan Station of the Taiwan Railways Administration.

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