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The Past, Present, and Future- 40 Years of Export Processing Zones in Taiwan

The Past, Present, and Future- 40 Years of Export Processing Zones in Taiwan

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Green Energy

Green Energy

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Chat on Line- Telecom History in Taiwan

Chat on Line- Telecom History in Taiwan

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Diversity Taiwan Exhibition

Diversity Taiwan Exhibition

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Biodiversity and Human

Biodiversity and Human

Life is presented in many forms and the Earth may be the only planet that has life. In the grassland, sky, the dry desert, and even the frozen ice, life is active in many ways. Even a small drop of dew contains an ecology within. The biosphere contains a multi-layer and highly diversified biological system. For a long time, mankind has enjoyed the benefits and services facilitated by the biodiversity, yet the "most intelligent being of all "- mankind cannot live without depending on other beings. Be it natural or manmade, the diversified genes, species, habitats, and natural phenomena are closely connected to all beings in the universe. However, biodiversity is now extinguishing at a rate of hundreds and thousands of times due to the increasing consumption of resources by the increasing population on Earth, more and more serious pollutions, global warming, and introduction of foreign species into non-native lands. The crisis of biodiversity is now a fact to be faced by the whole human race. The Biodiversity and Human Exhibition, organized by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and co-organized by the National Science and Technology Museum and the French Institute in Taipei, has been on a road show to Geneva, Stockholm, and Brussels and it is now coming to Kaohsiung. The theme of this exhibition centers on ten subjects relating to the connection between bio-organisms and human, which aims to bring people to know the crises of biodiversity and convey the concept of protecting natural heritage and the lives co-existing with us in the world. It intends to send out the message that it is possible for mankind to live in harmony with the nature while pursuing industrial development.   The “Biodiversity and Human” Exhibition, organized by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and co-organized by the Fondation Nicolas Hulot pour la Nature et l'Homme and Noa Association for Environmental Protection, has been on a road show to Geneva, Stockholm, and Brussels. The ten issues include "Death and Survival", "Protection", "Food Chain", "Health", "Fishery", "Forest", "Tourism, "Fresh Water", "Climate", and "Society" and established the close relationship between biodiversity and the lives of mankind. Especially, when mankind is now facing the challenges of sustainable development, protecting biodiversity means protecting the diversity of our cultures, and pursuing protection of the environment and biodiversity will ensure that mankind enjoys progress in society as well as balance in the economy. Time: January 23rd to April 11th 2007; Location: 1st floor, west side corridor

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Moulds

Moulds

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Fashion in the Old Ideas- Road Show of Creative Museum Merchandises

Fashion in the Old Ideas- Road Show of Creative Museum Merchandises

To bring the knowledge of cultural assets in the museums to the students of design majors in the colleges and universities, the Ministry of Education hosted the “Calling for New Ideas- Merchandise Design for Social Education Institutions Competition”. This event aims to encourage students to integrate wisdom, aesthetics, and craft techniques into their designs to create merchandise for museums.The projects created in this competition are scheduled for public exhibition from January 30th to February 4th at the fourth floor corridor and a total of 31 product designs will be showcased in this exhibition, including projects entitled "Chewing the Words", "Gear Tree", "Shaving and Planning", and "Whale Tissue Dispenser". Fun and sweet "Chewing the Words" is designed by Hu Li-Zhun from Chang Geng University. His design is a box of signature seals made from chocolate; you will be eating your own words when you put these chocolate seals into your mouth. The “Gear Tree” is designed by Huang Zong-Di from Shude University of Technology. He uses gears of different sizes to build a tree that has branches extending freely outward. The gears simulate trees growth rings and the timber core represents the life of the tree. The small gears made from acrylic, metal, and screws represent the fun of technology and offer fun activities for the busy office workers. "Shaving and Planning" is a geometric form of a ice shaving machine. It looks like an ice shaving machine but indeed it is a pen sharpener. This ice shaving machine does not give you refreshing ice dessert but pencil shaves; nonetheless, the process of rolling the handle is fun. Other designs include "Snake Tape", "Wavy Shelf", "Blowfish Toothpick Bottle", "Magnifying Glass", "Double-Sided Pins". They are not only fun to collect but also fully presented the essence of the museums they are designed for. This exhibition will only be open for one week in Kaohsiung from January 30th to February 4th at the National Science and Technology Museum (Kaohsiung), so don't miss this interesting carnival of fun designs. To sign up online, please visit http://www.dmd.yuntech.edu.tw/event/2006ni/purpose.html

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The Botanic World of Amis People

The Botanic World of Amis People

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Game Adventurer- Formosa Toys Festival

Game Adventurer- Formosa Toys Festival

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Game Adventurer- Pedaling into the Dream: Exhibition of Biking Sport and Leisure

Game Adventurer- Pedaling into the Dream: Exhibition of Biking Sport and Leisure

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