The Fun Forest
The Fun Forest
Gazing- 400 Years of Heaven
Photovoltaic- Solar Power Generation
The Legend of Whale Island
LOHAS Energy Conservation House
Energy conservation should be a common goal of every person in the nation and promoted through education. A Cool Energy Conservation House has been built in the Taipei Zoo, which is similar to the Lohas Energy Conservation House in the National Science and Technology Museum Kaohsiung. These structures aim to promote energy conservation through green architecture.
In addition to instilling the concept of green architecture in the heart of our little citizens through school education, this exhibition will also provide knowledge of green architecture to the general public and instill the concept of energy conservation in heart of the citizens.
Our everyday life is inseparable from the use of energy. In the age of severe resource shortage, we need to learn ways and build the right attitude to effectively utilize the limited resources on Earth.
In view of this, the Bureau of Energy (Ministry of Economic Affairs) and the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) joined forces with the National Museum of Science & Technology to build the LOHAS Energy Conservation House. It is a structure that integrates architectural design, energy-saving exterior, high-efficiency facilities, and clean energy to achieve minimum energy consumption. It is an energy-saving, environmentally-friendly, and comfortable green structure, certified as a Golden Class Green Architecture. Through a tour to its energy-saving exterior, life energy-saving, and clean energy exhibition, we will bring visitors to see the importance of energy-saving architecture and how this energy-saving concept can be implemented in the regular houses.
For details, please visit http://www3.nstm.gov.tw/nstm_lohas/
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The Mobile Forest- Promotion of Physical Health
This special exhibition integrates education into fun games; through graphics, texts, and games, the knowledge of health and exercise is conveyed to participants, who are encouraged to integrate exercise into their daily activities and maintain an active lifestyle.
This exhibition features five activity areas: “Walk into the Green Forests-Survey Your Health”, “The Knowledge Woods of Physical Health”, “The Woods of Physical Challenge”, “Challenges of Physical Fitness”, and “Everyday Exercise at Home”.
“Walk into the Green Forest-Survey Your Health”: This section checks your blood pressure and heart rate, measures your waistline, and tells you your BMI.
“The Knowledge Woods of Physical Health”: This section displays a health pyramid and features mechanical button pressing and board flipping games to check your motor functions and give you the correct knowledge of the waistline and healthy blood pressure.
The Woods of Physical Challenge: This section simulates physical fitness trainings through five physical fitness flash games.
“Challenges of Physical Fitness”: This section features experiences of fitness training through bicycling, walking, and stretching to provide participants the knowledge of calorie-consumption, optimal walking speed, and the importance of flexibility.
“Everyday Exercise at Home”: This section features simple home exercise aids to show participants what they can do at home, as well as a lucky draw activity.
Organizer: Bureau of Health Promotion, Department of Health, Executive Yuan
Co-organizer: Bureau of Health, Kaohsiung City Government