Fun Makers‧Love Earth: From Co-creation to Co-existence
The Legend of Taiwan Machete
The Qin Dynasty(秦) & Terracotta Army Exhibit
Where’s Wally? The Happiness Hunt Art Exhibition
The Forest and Me
The Forest and Me
Sustainability, longevity, Impact on mankind
Forest, a place where is both familiar and unfamiliar for human. It breeds rich anima, people also call it the lung of earth. In this area, please to see, to hear, to observe with deep heart.
Forest is one of the most important ecosystem, many animals and plants perch here, moreover, it provide natural resources for human to build and use in normal life. For world development, forest makes a lot of contributions.
This special exhibition will present the topic via three aspects, forest sustainable management, traces of time for tree-ring, natural resources use for human. With vicarious, immediate interaction and theater participation, you will feel like walk into an actual forest, observe plants and animal, smell the wooden odor and experience the power of therapy from nature.
The Making of Tyrannosaurus Wilson
Rice is Life
“Rice is Life” Exhibition
“Rice” is one of the most staple food in the world and has been influenced economy and culture of Asia-Pacific area for a long time, includes clothing, food and entertainment. Even through the quantity and quality of rice have been increased, it is still not enough to feed all the world's population. Coupled with climate change and the impact of extreme weather, rice production and sales also require more research and development and creative input. In recent years, food security has become an important issue globally, and the future development of the rice industry is even more important.
Rice is Life is co-organized by the National Science and Technology Museum, the National Science Museum of Thailand and the Singapore Science Center. It invites members of the Asia Pacific Science Center to provide information on rice culture in various countries and work together to complete the first collaboration of members of the ASPAC. The display shows the use of rice in daily life, the rice nutrition, the production and marketing process, the world rice culture and the future of rice in a life-oriented perspective and diverse display techniques.
Date: November 29th 2018-March 3rd 2019
Venue: 2nd Exhibition Hall
An automaton is a mechanic device that can complete certain actions via transmission mechanisms under their own power. Such devices often take the shape of mannequins, animals, or plants and entertain people with actions or performances.
The creation of automata originated from the desire of humans to create life in their own image, and there are related myths and legends in both eastern and western cultures.
With thousands of years of development around the world, automata reflect the local craft technologies and cultural styles at the time and are historical evidence of technological exchanges between the east and the west.
This Exhibition invited creators: Tsung-Yi Lin, Chi-Chun Yin and I-Hsiu Tang to exhibit their 76 works. Moreover, there are workshops, lectures, works on site by the exhibitors. You can also join the DIY activities during the exhibition. Welcome to visit!
Date: December 20th 2018-March 3rd 2019
Venue:1st Exhibition Hall (2F)
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Science and Technology International Cooperation—An Exhibition of Achievements
The “Science and Technology International Cooperation—An Exhibition of Achievements” exhibition is jointly organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Science and Technology, hosted by the National Science and Technology Museum, and will be displayed in the Third Exhibition Hall of the National Science and Technology Museum starting on December 14, 2018.
By using six interactive devices and other displays, this exhibition showcases the achievements of using Formosat-2 satellite remote telemetry technology in international cooperation to assist Central American diplomatic allies in monitoring the land change and disaster prevention. The topics cover satellite technology, geographic information systems (GIS), and environmental conservation, besides, the rich cultural and natural landscapes of Nicaragua and Honduras through multimedia video and local artifacts can also be experienced.
Date: December 14th 2018-April 7 th 2019
Venue:3rd Exhibition Hall (2F)