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    Tree-planting and a picnic with children from National Nantou Special School

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    Tree-planting and a picnic with children from National Nantou Special School

    Tokyo Electron Taiwan

    Tokyo Electron Taiwan held a charity tree-planting and picnic event at Sham Tseng Ecological Park in Baoshan Township, Hsinchu County, Taiwan, on May 19, 2018, which was CSR TREE PLANTING & PICNIC day. The purpose of the event was to realize its corporate social responsibility (CSR) principles and beliefs. A total of 200 people attended this event, including not only employees and their families, but also mainly students from National Nantou Special School, their families and residents of Baoshan Township.

    Tokyo Electron Taiwan is engaging in environmental conservation via various methods. This year, 50 seedlings were planted in Sham Tseng Ecological Park, Baoshan Township, Hsinchu County for the first time with the aim of achieving sustainable environmental creation. Sham Tseng Ecological Park has long been essential for the breeding of frogs and crickets. At the venue, opportunities to learn about ecosystems through diverse endemic species as well as games and live concerts were offered. All those who attended also enjoyed a picnic while getting in touch with nature. A total of 500,000 yuan was able to be gathered in donations through the event. The money gathered will be donated to National Nantou Special School.

    Tokyo Electron Taiwan will continue to engage in achieving CSR activities through environmental conservation and charity planning.

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    Liver Transplant Program for Children

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    Liver Transplant Program for Children

    Tokyo Electron(Shanghai)

    “Liver Transplant Program for Children”* aims to help the underprivileged children with liver disease get a new life and increase awareness of this area. In 2017, Tokyo Electron (Shianghai) have donated 20,000CNY to this project. Together with 72 caring enterprises, the program donated 11,98 million CNY to China Soong Ching Ling Foundation for the impoverished children who need to undergo liver transplants in Renji Hospital. Since the implementation of the program, 170 children have completed the operations successfully with our foundation and received new lives.

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    Run for Charity

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    Run for Charity

    Tokyo Electron Taiwan

    Tokyo Electron Taiwan inaugurated a charity marathon in 2016 to celebrate its 20th anniversary. In 2017, the second event was held under the name “Run for Charity,” drawing a large number of citizen runners including over 70 Tokyo Electron Taiwan employees or their families.

    Some also participated in the Taipei Marathon 2017, and had formed a cheering squad wearing Iron Man and robot costumes, shouting encouragement to all runners. They attracted attention from everyone and added to the excitement of the event. The company also introduced a social media-based donation program, in which the amount to be given to charity was proportionate to the number of selfies (featuring the robot cheering squad) that people took and tweeted on the company’s social media site.
    As the runners covered 1,600 km in aggregate, the company added a proportionate amount to the contributions raised, and donated a total of NT$550,000 (about 2 million yen) to the National Nantou Special School in central Taiwan. The fund is used for purchasing aid equipment for children with disabilities so they can study in more comfortable conditions.

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    Robot Combat

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    Robot Combat

    Tokyo Electron Taiwan

    Tokyo Electron Taiwan has been hosting TEL Robot Combat, an annual event designed to discover potential outstanding engineering talents. This year, engineering students in the fields of electrical machines, electronics, and machinery participated in this event from over 30 universities. Each team entered a robot that embodied the members’ technical skills and creativity, and a heated competition ensued. After month-long local qualifiers held in various parts of Taiwan, 18 surviving teams entered the finals.

    The final tournament was fought not only for the championship, but also for some unique awards in which the participants’ passion and teamwork made a difference. In the team spirit category, for example, the teams competed to shout their team slogans louder than the others. In the assembly speed category, the teams competed to take apart and reassemble their robots as fast as they could. And in the decoration category, the students dressed their robots in a creative manner, competing for aesthetic superiority. Each category winner received prize money.

    The participants’ mastery of robotics and high levels of creativity impressed the jury and other officials of the event. We hope the students who participated in the competition will continue to develop their knowledge and interest in technology and machinery, and become leading members of the field in the future.

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    Scholarship to Chinese Universities

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    Scholarship to Chinese Universities

    Tokyo Electron (Shanghai)

    In 2011, Tokyo Electron (Shanghai) announced the establishment of a Tokyo Electron Scholarship Program in order to support distinguished students and to contribute to the development of the Chinese semiconductor industry. This program started from 2012 to 2015 at Peking University providing aid for research activity expenses for promising research topics relating to semiconductors being conducted in the department of Microelectronics. In addition, scholarships are provided to students studying those topics.
    “Having earned the cooperation of Peking University, we are very pleased to have the opportunity to support the students who are forging the future of Chinese industry. Through this system, we can encourage distinguished students' research by providing them a more positive environment in which to study, and we look forward to their great success,” said Jay Chen, President of Tokyo Electron (Shanghai) Limited.
    We donated one million Japanese Yen for each year and 15 students received the scholarship. From 2018, we will run this program to Fudan University in Shanghai.

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    Donation Activity for Mountainous Areas Children

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    Donation Activity for Mountainous Areas Children

    Tokyo Electron (Shanghai)

    In order to transmit knowledge, fulfill social responsibility and promote company brand, Tokyo Electron (Shanghai) organized a love donation activity to help children who live in mountainous areas. After selecting, we chose Cheng Yuan Primary School as our donation school which is in Jiangsu province. Then we discussed with the principle of the school for aid-plan and the date.
    In 2017, we visited the school with donations including 115 sets of books, 150 sets of gym goods and 1440 sets of stationaries. Children showed us hospitality and we played together. After principle showing us around the school we gave children several art and science classes in the afternoon. In the classes, we taught them how to draw fish, lion and other animals, we also introduced simple knowledge about semiconductor. Those cute children were so interested that they were eager to know more.

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    Beach cleanup for preserving beautiful Taiwanese coastline

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    Beach cleanup for preserving beautiful Taiwanese coastline

    Tokyo Electron Taiwan

    In June 2017, Tokyo Electron Taiwan organized a beach cleanup in Hsinchu City. As the sponsor of this goodwill event designed to keep the coastline clean, Tokyo Electron Taiwan has pledged to make a donation proportionate to the number of participants and the volume of waste collected through the activity.

    On the day of the event, over 150 people including our employees and other volunteers gathered at the Kanhai Park in Hsinchu. After doing a warm-up exercise supervised by an expert, the participants divided into groups to clean up the beach. Despite the scorching sun, the participants worked hard together, reaffirming their commitment to preserve the environment.

    Many citizens who happened to be strolling on the beach also joined in the action. Furthermore, used items were collected at the venue for recycling, and Taiwanese receipts (with lottery numbers) were exchanged with giveaway items, both of which proved very popular. The collected waste weighed over 300 kg, resulting in a donation of NT$450,000.
    Tokyo Electron Taiwan’s monetary contribution to the event and the receipts collected were donated to the National Nantou Special School, to which the company has been making donations since 2016.

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    Shanghai Zhangjiang Fun Run

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    Shanghai Zhangjiang Fun Run

    Tokyo Electron (Shanghai)

    Shanghai Zhangjiang Fun Run is a fundraising sporting event hosted by Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park in Shanghai, aimed at promoting health and encouraging communication among the employees of the park’s tenants. Tokyo Electron (Shanghai) Limited agrees with this ideal and has been participating in this annual event since nine years ago. Cash contributions from participating businesses and individuals are donated to two NPOs, including Giving Tree and River of Hearts.

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    Plant tours

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    Plant tours

    Tokyo Electron (Kunshan)

    Since its inception, Tokyo Electron (Kunshan) has been offering plant tours at the visitors’ request. Around five to ten tours take place every year, and groups of visitors are shown around the shop floor to learn what the machinery can do.

  • Korea

    Donations to local community

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    Donations to local community

    Tokyo Electron Korea

    Tokyo Electron Korea is making monthly donations to the local community through the municipal office. The program, in which about 300 employees participate on a voluntary basis, sets aside fractions of their monthly salaries to be donated. About 150,000 won is donated each month to help the underprivileged in the vicinity.
    The company also sought donations at TEK Family Day, an event designed to express appreciation to its employees and their families. In accordance with the spirit of the event, many of the employees made donations to the local community as a token of their mutual goodwill and friendship. The donations were used to support the disadvantaged in the local community before the Chuseok (autumn eve) holiday.
    Tokyo Electron Korea will keep encouraging its employees to contribute to the society and expand the opportunities to improve the local community.

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    Korean Conference on Semiconductors

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    Korean Conference on Semiconductors

    Tokyo Electron Korea

    The Korean Conference on Semiconductors, the country’s largest industry event inaugurated in 1994, is attended by about 1,300 researchers and students every year. The conference features presentations of the latest studies and encourages the exchange of information, communicating the importance of the semiconductor industry to the public while contributing to the technology development industry growth. Tokyo Electron Korea has been sponsoring and participating in this conference since 2015 in support of its purposes.

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    Semiconductor scholarship program

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    Korea

    Semiconductor scholarship program

    Tokyo Electron Korea

    The Korea Semiconductor Industry Association has been offering support to promising students in the field of semiconductors since 2006, with cooperation from semiconductor manufacturers and device suppliers. Tokyo Electron Korea has been endorsing this program since 2008, choosing a highly qualified student in this field to award a semiconductor scholarship every year.

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