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Stationery Island Adventure Special Exhibition(文具島大冒險)

Stationery Island Adventure Special Exhibition(文具島大冒險)

What pen can use in space? How did early erasers erase handwriting? What kind of scissors is the most labor-saving? Invention begins with human needs and imagination. The appearance of each stationery is closely related to the history of human evolution. For modern people, in addition to functionality, stationery must also take into account beauty and storytelling. Come to the National Science and Technology Museum and discover the secrets of stationery with us!   There will be a total of 8 exhibition areas and 6 hands-on activities. With the theme of “stationery, cultural creativity, and design,” the stationery island rich in knowledge and fun is created, linking the history, science, and creativity of stationery. Stationery with historical significance and stories are exhibited and there are many cute animals on the island transformed from stationery such as scissors, erasers, utility knives, etc. There are also various settings such as “tunnel”, “forest”, “tribe”, “swamp”, “grassland”, etc., for the visitors to have hands-on activities and take beautiful photos. After entering the exhibition, the visitors will receive an adventure lamp, an exhibition map, and hands-on materials. Follow the instructions on the map and complete various hands-on activities and tasks in this specially designed exhibition hall and learn about stories behind the invention of stationery, its scientific principles, and the scenarios for actual application . Enormous stationery installation arts are also available to take photos as mementos. There are precious stationery collections of many well-known stationery collectors, artists, and influencers, as well as the printed classic collections of the National Science and Technology Museum available that will fascinate you. Shops are set up in the exhibition hall to sell limited edition stationery and carefully selected goods. We welcome everyone who visits the island to take on this stationery adventure!

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Life in Miniature Exhibition(微縮人生)

Life in Miniature Exhibition(微縮人生)

More than 60 dioramas of Japanese and Taiwanese daily life on display at “Life in Miniature Exhibition” in Kaohsiung Miniature artists Hank Cheng from Taiwan and Takuji Yamada from Japan have teamed up to create a delightful art exhibit showcasing their works. The artists have created over 60 dioramas depicting life in Taiwan and Japan, from the city streets to people’s daily life. The intricate detail of their works will surprise and delight visitors, who are certain to recognize details of the miniature scenes. In addition to scenes of life in the modern era, there are also historical dioramas depicting Taiwan and Japan as they were during different decades of the 20th century.   Hank Cheng has created some amazing pieces inspired by Taiwan’s streetscapes, traditional general stores and his own childhood memories. He is known for using common household items and waste materials to create tiny versions that look as though they have really been used within his miniature world. Yamada, who grew up during Japan’s Showa era, was inspired by many scenes from his youth, like heading off to school in the winter or spending time at home with his family. He excels at crafting scenes of people interacting and displaying realistic emotions. With dioramas depicting scenes of daily life, the exhibition offers a slice of Taiwan and Japan without having to travel far. Visitors can experience what life was like in the 1920s to 1989.   The exhibition is being held during the winter vacation 2022. Don’t miss your chance to enjoy some spectacular, but tiny, views of Taiwan and Japan.   ▲Exhibition date:2022/01/13~04/10                  09:00~17:00 from Mon. to Sun. (stop ticket sales and admission at 16:30)                  (If there is any change in the opening hours of the exhibition, please refer to the on-site announcement.) ▲Exhibition place:National Science and Technology Museum, the 4th Special Exhibition Gallery ▲Organizer:UdnFunLife Co., Ltd., HANK TOWN Diorama Factory, and National Science and Technology Museum ▲Website ▲Facebook  

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Underwater Archaeology-Underwater Cultural Heritage Multi-media Interactive Exhibition

Underwater Archaeology-Underwater Cultural Heritage Multi-media Interactive Exhibition

Supervised by: Ministry of Culture Organizer:National Science and Technology Museum、Bureau of Cultural Heritage, Ministry of Culture Co-organizer: Cultural Affairs Department, Lienchiang Country Goverment, Yilan County Lanyang Museum Description: This exhibition is cooperated by the National Science and Technology Museum and the Bureau of Cultural Heritage, Ministry of Culture and it’s the first time that underwater archaeology exhibits in Southern Taiwan.  By using interactive multimedia installations such as 360-degree Theater, VR (virtual reality), and AR (augmented reality), the exhibition creates an underwater shipwreck scenario with underwater archaeological work scenes.  It presents the history of Taiwan’s shipwrecks and the achievements of underwater archaeological works in recent years by bringing the visitors a fun and accessible experience and promotes the core value of underwater cultural heritage.  There are 6 themes for visitors to explore: Underwater Time Capsule, Exploring the Sea Surrounding Taiwan, Returning to Underwater Sites, Technology for Underwater Archaeology, Revealing the Sunken Truth, and Sustainability and Promotion to promote the core value of underwater cultural heritage.  Welcome to the "Underwater Archaeology" Exhibition and enjoy your trip here!

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Kite@Buteo Huang's Dream of Wings(風箏特展-黃景楨的夢之翼)

Kite@Buteo Huang's Dream of Wings(風箏特展-黃景楨的夢之翼)

As an ancestral form of aircraft, the kite has played multiple roles in our lives for thousands of years. Whether it is an activity based on rich folk traditions, wars that are aimed to protect a country and its fellowmen, truth-seeking scientific research, or leisure activities that help people relieve stress, and even elaborate artworks, the importance and impact of kites can be found in many aspects of life. Technological advances in the modern world have brought many more possibilities in kite creation. Buteo Huang, a Taiwanese kite-builder, knows how to make the best use of advanced materials and a profound knowledge of structural mechanics and Taiwanese cultures, so as to bring a new face to this old invention in the modern era. Welcome to this exhibition. You’ll be amazed at the number of kites, and come to appreciate the profound knowledge and artisanship through this richly diversified display. 【Kite@Buteo Huang's Dream of Wings】 Exhibition Date:2020-07-18~2021-03-14 Exhibition place:National Science and Technology Museum(B1F) Organizer:National Science and Technology Museum、PROFLYING CULTURE CO., LTD. Works Provided by:Buteo Huang/Taiwan Kite Artist Opening Hours:Tuesday - Sunday 09:00~17:20 The Museum is closed on Mondays, Lunar New Year's Eve and Lunar New Year (open on Monday if it is a public holiday or make-up holiday). 

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The Probability in Life(機率特展)

The Probability in Life(機率特展)

The probability is usually expressed as a fraction or percentage. We often encounter the question of the odds in life. Examples such as whether it would rain or if you would win the lottery jackpot that can be clarified using scientific methods. Learning how to analyze the methodology behind these events will be an interesting exploration process. The display unit is as follows: A  The Problem of Division of the Stakes B  Coincidence? Luck? Fate? C Fortune Tellers Kiosk D Sunny day 10% off, rainy day no discount! E The Lock Has A Secret F The Grand Prize Goes To… G  Seize the Moment H  Pig Granting Contest I  Marvelous Pinball J  Should You Play? K  Guess What's Next L  To Change Or Not !? M  Mahjong Bingo N  The Two Choices In Life

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Agronomy Wonderland .Intelligent Agricultural Machinery(農藝其境 智慧農機 技職體驗)

Agronomy Wonderland .Intelligent Agricultural Machinery(農藝其境 智慧農機 技職體驗)

This exhibition is closed since 16th September 2021 for elevator engineering and renewing. The geological and climatic conditions in Taiwan are well-suited to agricultural development. However, in the face of current trends, the most pressing question is how can we apply technology to develop agriculture in response to the challenges posed by a declining population of farmers and changes in the global environment?   To promote technical and vocational education in agriculture, the Department of Biomechatronics Engineering at National Pingtung University of Science and Technology collaborated with the National Science and Technology Museum. They combined theory with practice in the field of intelligent agricultural machinery. Their efforts were aimed at developing talent in this field.

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Now is the future, exploring the Technological and Vocational Paradise(我的未來在這裡~技職新樂園)

Now is the future, exploring the Technological and Vocational Paradise(我的未來在這裡~技職新樂園)

The exhibition, Technological and Vocational Paradise, is held by The Science and Technology Museum and The National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology. With the concept of Exploring Park, they apply display technology, such as computer, video, object demonstration and situation simulation, to entertaining and knowledgeable situational games. Students can explore, discover and experience the essence of vocational education in Breaking through the Barricade. We hope students could explore their possibilities by visiting this exhibition and approaching its mutual facilities.

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CPBL 30th Anniversary Exhibition

CPBL 30th Anniversary Exhibition

【Description】   It is fortunate that we were born in the age of professional baseball. Baseball is a national sport in Taiwan, and everyone feels excited whenever someone mentions it. In this exhibition, whether you are a veteran fan or a novice fan, you can find the first moment when you have a fascination with baseball. And you can span the 30 years and review every excellent moment of the baseball games. 【Entrance Fee】 【On Site Ticket】 ●Adults:$ 250 ●Students:$ 220 (Student ID must be shown. Student ID of graduate school, community college, Open University and executive education are not applicable.) ●Seniors(ages over 65)/Disabled:$ 125 (Valid identity needed.) ●Children(ages under 3):Free. (Must be accompanied by a paying adult.)

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MOVE! into the Wild Life (Online/Kiosk Ticket $180 is available from April 8 to May 20)

MOVE! into the Wild Life (Online/Kiosk Ticket $180 is available from April 8 to May 20)

【Description】 BECOME ONE AND IT MAKES MORE SENSE. Have you ever imagined turning into a variety of creatures? Now you can "transform" into a lizard, a penguin, a pill bug and a lion! The educative and interactive exhibition "MOVE! into the Wild Life" from Japan is coming to Kaohsiung, Taiwan!   All living creatures adapt to their environment with distinctive intelligence and ingenuity. Even if some look or act strangely to us, these are unique traits that living creatures have developed to survive―in fact, we could call them the practical application of an idea. This exhibit is a bold new effort to let visitors experience the unique survival secrets of creatures by actually “becoming” one themselves. Visitors will discover how humans can sustain a harmonious relationship with other living creatures by experiencing life from their perspective. There are six exhibition areas, including Wonder Jungle, Small Garden, Survival Ocean, Miracle Savana, Gear Center, and Huge Encyclopedia. Both parents and children can play and learn! Come to National Science and Technology Museum and have fun!   Exhibition Time:2019/05/21~2019/09/01,09:00~17:00 from Mon. to Sun. (stop ticket sales and admission at 16:30) (If there is any change in the opening hours of the exhibition, please refer to the on-site announcement.) Venue:National Science and Technology Museum, the 4th anf 5th Special Exhibition Gallery Organizer:UdnFunLife Co., Ltd., National Science and Technology Museum     【Entrance Fee】  【On Site Ticket】 ●Adults:$ 280 ●Students/Children(ages over 1):$ 250 (Student ID must be shown. Student ID of graduate school, community college, Open University and executive education are not applicable.) ●Seniors(ages over 65)/Disabled:$ 140 (Valid identity needed.) ●Children(ages under 1):Free. (Must be accompanied by a paying adult.)   【Online/Kiosk Ticket】 Tickets are available via udn Ticketing, 7-ELEVEN ibon, FamiPort, Gomaji, Books or 17 life. ■Presale:$180 (available on April 8-May 20, 2019) ■Ticket:$280 (available on May 21-September 1, 2019)

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Science and Technology International  Cooperation—An Exhibition of  Achievements

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)

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