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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, MARCH 2002. VOL.2 ISSUE 3

NATIONAL TAIWAN UNIVERSITY SPORTS CENTER

1, Roosevelt Rd., section 4
Tel: (02) 2363-0231, ext. 4051, 4055
Hours: 6 am-10 pm Mon-Fri; 9 am-6 pm Sat-Sun

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At a cost of NT$1.1 billion, this sports center, touted as Taipei's first, officially opened on February 1. Comprised of 14 stories, it is a new addition to the National Taiwan University (NTU) skyline. According to Physical Education Associate Professor Li Kun-pei, Taipei residents do not spend enough time exercising. It was NTU's desire to provide students and the public with recreational facilities and activities at a reasonable price. Facilities include the basement 25-meter swimming pool (NT$1,000 to NT$2,500 per half year), weight training room (NT$750 to NT$1,250 per half year) and table tennis room (NT$300 to NT$3,000 per half year). There is a multi-purpose sports area on the first floor (NT$48,000 to NT$128,000/day depending on type and date of use). Classrooms and administrative offices are located on the second floor. The main stadium can seat up to 5,500 people and also boasts a 180-meter indoor running track and a giant video screen. This stadium can be rented for international conferences, sporting events and performances (NT$160,000 to NT$280,000 per day, depending on type and date of use). --By Priscilla Chen

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