By the Editorial Board
In order to allow Taiwanese people who love Italian food to become closer to their beloved cuisine, Ming Tai High School and Chung Hsing University collaborate with DIEFFE Accademia delle Professioni opening the class of Italian food and baking. They have invited a chef to perform a demonstration, immersing students in Italian cuisine culture and teach them the basic knowledge of culinary art. After finishing all the classical courses, students will get an international certification and become professionals of hospitality.
Ming Tai high school’s vice president Lin Cheng Feng indicated that this time the collaboration with DIEFFE Accademia delle Professioni showed that Ming Tai high school connected with outstanding universities and overseas schools, by reaching a consensus of reciprocal lessons and teaching. Thus, Ming Tai high school could build better partnerships with said schools.
DIEFFE Accademia delle Professioni conforms to ‘European Qualifications Framework’, cultivating more than 3600 marvelous students every year. Moreover, the school works with 4500 corporations and the employment rate is 85 percent after the lessons finish. This time Ming Tai high school invites Chef Marco Pesce to teach students how to cook some classical Italian foods. Therefore, students can experience the beauty and fascination of Italian food.