Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity

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Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity
Type Private
Established 1985 (as Chin-Min College)
1993 (as APIC)
24°40′58.6″N 120°58′12.84″E / 24.682944°N 120.9702333°E / 24.682944; 120.9702333Coordinates: 24°40′58.6″N 120°58′12.84″E / 24.682944°N 120.9702333°E / 24.682944; 120.9702333
Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity
Traditional Chinese 亞太創意技術學院

Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity (APIC; Chinese: 亞太創意技術學院) is an educational college in Toufen City, Miaoli County, Taiwan.


The school was originally founded as Chin-Min College in 1985. In 1992, it was renamed to Chin-Min Institute of Technology. Finally in 2010, the school was named as Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity.[1]

As of 2004 it has approximately 6,800 students and 250 administrative and teaching staff.


  • Division of Creative Design
  • Division of Digital Entertainment
  • Division of Fashion and Life technology
  • Division of Tourism and Hospitality


APIC is accessible East from Zhunan Station of the Taiwan Railways Administration.

Notable alumni

See also


  1. ^ "Brief History". Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity. Retrieved 4 September 2018.

External links

  • The web site of Asia-Pacific Institute of Creativity
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