Mission Impossible: No one can take away our dignity. We can do it.

By Mindy Lee on Thu. Jun 26, 2014    


Mission Impossible: No one can take away our dignity. We can do it.


There are a group of disabled students in CCUT. They are going to complete  a mission impossible including canoeing, going hiking, and riding bicycles from June 23 to June 26. They want a mission that offers a challenge. We are proud of their achievemnts, as well as we look up to them.


People think it is very hard to go canoeing, go hiking, and ride bicycles for disabled person. But, it is an interesting thing. In his address, The Board of Trustees, Chair, Dr. Chai, Yu-Chin (柴御清) hoped that if you can do it, it is not hard at all. We always look forward. This is the most important key that we are able to succeed. President Chin-Yin Tseng (曾慶瀛) for his speech, we can learn from disabled students owing to their strong will. They learned to depend on themselves. They decided long ago, never to walk in anyone’s shadows. If they fail, if they succeed, at least they will live as they believe. The chairman of Student Counselting Center, Chin-In Wu (吳姿音) encourages these disabled students that no one can take away their dignity, because the confidence is happening to them. We found the confidence inside of them.


Disabled students can turn painful situations around through confidence. If we can find confidence in anything, even disabled students, we can survive it. No matter how changeful the times, we must have the passion in order to create really valuable something. The confidence is easy to achieve. Learning to love yourself.