《TJ Commando》開拓智鐵新體驗

馬來西亞隊伍《TJ Commando》闊別多年再度來台灣參與智慧鐵人創意競賽,對智慧鐵人充滿好奇心的他們,即使即將面臨升學考試,但依然堅持來參賽。

《TJ Commando》 is an international team from Malaysia. All of them are curious about the idea of Intelligent Ironman Creativity Contest. They have waited for this opportunity for so long even though their final exam just around the corner.

《TJ Commando》成員來自馬來西亞一所華文獨立中學—吉隆坡循人中學。隊員邱雅琳表示,他們是通過學校的申請與面試而誕生了這支隊伍。她說,智慧鐵人簡直就是她的「菜」,能夠結合日常所學又加入體育的元素,是她夢寐以求的學習方式。

They are from an independent high school Tsun Jin High School which is located in Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia. They passed the interview by the school and got the opportunity to take part of IICC. The team member Khoo Ya-Lin said, “IICC is very suitable for me, because it’s included what we learned daily and also sport.” It was a very interesting learning experience for her.

即使《TJ Commando》隊員在高中就接觸多樣化的知識,但他們一致認為課堂所學大多只用來應付考試。隊員刑嘉凌認為,智慧鐵人讓她見識到台灣獨特的教育體系,相較於馬來西亞,台灣注重創意與實作,她非常希望將這次的經驗帶回馬來西亞。

Even though members of the TJ Commando have been exposed to a variety of knowledge in high school, they agreed that most of what they learned in the school was only for the exam. The team member Jazeleng Heng was impressed by the education of Taiwan because it is a combination of creativity and flexible learning. She hope that they will gain experiences to take back to Malaysia.


As they are from a multicultural country, they were able to adapt quickly to new environment. They were also good at using their own ability. The team member Sim Wei Lok said, “Compare to the other international team, we know more languages, so we can quickly understand the rule and regulations of the competition and get on with it.”

領隊老師陳授勤表示,比賽成果並不重要,更重要的是智慧鐵人讓馬來西亞的學生有機會接觸多元的學習方式。《TJ Commando》志在參與並享受活動的過程,智鐵競賽讓他們開拓視野並及感受不一樣的體驗,也期盼明年有機會再來參賽。 (記者韋可琦、祝敏婷/台大採訪報導)

The teacher of TJ Commando Tan Siew Kern think that Intelligent Ironman Creativity Contest was a good opportunity to expose students to multiple ways of learning. All of them were enjoy the activities and also hope to take part of this competition next year. (by Kee Kei Wai and Ming Ting Chek)