University | 11:36 pm | April 9, 2012 | By Tapley Stephenson

Taiwanese media outlet parodies Yale-NUS

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Photo by YouTube.

Reading about a controversial, nuanced subject such as Yale-NUS can be boring, but it doesn’t have to be, thanks to a video that’s about to go viral.

Next Media Animation, a Taiwanese website that creates CGI parodies of recent news stories, released a video on Monday depicting the controversy surrounding Yale-NUS. Highlights include University President Richard Levin helping Singaporean students do a keg stand, the Yale faculty wielding torches and a surprisingly detailed depiction of the Sterling Memorial Library’s front steps. Watch the video here:

For other hard-hitting NMA coverage, see their story on James Franco at NYU.

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