By: Central News Agency
Lee Yung-lung (李泳龍), president of the Tainan university, resigned to take the blame, the MOE said, and Dean of Student Affairs Tu Chia-ling (杜嘉玲) and Dean of General Affairs Yen Yi-wen (顏義文) followed suit.
The moves came after the ministry requested that the university review its campus security measures and those aimed at protecting the safety of students and teachers, and discipline those found responsible for the school's negligence that led to the death of the 24-year-old Malaysian student in late October, according to the MOE.
A Taiwanese man, surnamed Liang (梁), is suspected of abducting the student, surnamed Chung (鍾), at a location close to the university's campus in Tainan's Gueiren District on Oct. 28, before strangling her with a rope. [FULL STORY]