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Dar-Chin Rau, Chinese director, consultant. Certified communications teaching officer. Recipient Academy Achievement award National Education Association Annual Meeting, Taipei, 1995, Research Scholarship Fund award National Science Council, Taipei, 1995; named Best Contribution Public authority for Applied Education and Training, Kuwait, 1990, Southern College, Malaysia, 1992.


Rau, Dar-Chin was born on July 31, 1950 in Taipei, Republic of China. Son of Shung-Sheng and Chin (Chen) Rau.


Bachelor of Science, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, 1973. Master of Science, 1978. Doctor of Education, University of California at Los Angeles, 1982.


Secretary-in-general Chinese Vocational Industrial Education Association, Taipei, Republic of China, 1986-1999. Director Foreign Student Affairs National Taiwan Normal University, 1986. Director Institute Industrial Education, 1988-1992.

Head industrial education, 1986-1992. Consultant Business Automobile Technology Executive Yuan, Taipei, 1995-1999. Director Technology & Vocational Education Research Center National Taiwan Normal University, 1992-1999.

Vice president Southeast Asia/Pacific International Vocational Education and Training Association, since 1997. Project manager Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation-Hurdi Network Project. Consultant Southern College, Johor, Malaysia, 1992-1999, Minister Labor Affairs, 1995-1999.

Visiting professor Public authority for Applied Education and Training, Kuwait, 1990. Consultant engineering division science education Minister of Education, 1990-1999.


  • Certified communications teaching officer.


Associate director United Nations-District Attorney Community, Taipei, 1996-1999. 2nd lieutenant Chinese Army Communications School, 1975-1976, Taiwan. Member American Career and Technology Association, Chinese Vocational Industrial Education Association, New York Academy of Sciences.


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Married Long-Mei Lo Rau.

Shung-Sheng Rau

Chin (Chen) Rau

Long-Mei Lo Rau.