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The Taijiang National Park Headquarters conducts a conservation seminar every month
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In 2019, the Taijiang National Park Headquarters (hereinafter referred to as the Headquarters) plans to hold a seminar every month from June to November. The theme is different every month. A series of six special studies on conservation will be held. Famous experts and scholars in Taiwan will be invited to teach the seminar. The goal of the seminar is to offer a chance for people and relevant practitioners to learn the expertise in conservation associated with Taijiang.
The first seminar will be in June. The speaker of this seminar is Tsai Pai Lu, a senior practitioner of the national park. The topic will be “BACK TO 1919 Paintings of Architectural Heritage in Taiwan, Railway Going Forward.” He will share his observation on the cultural architectural heritage these years. He will use paintings to explain the culture of monuments and historical buildings in Taiwan and the historical value of Taiwan railway. Cheng Chao Chi, the Assistant Professor of National Taitung University, will be the speaker of the session in July. The topic will be “Grow Nitrifying Bacteria Before Selling the Fish. All Taiwanese Fish Farmers are Amateur Scientists and Entrepreneurs!” He’s a Hongkonger and will share his years of observation on the local phenomenon of fishing villages in Southwest Taiwan. He will explain why he thinks that the change of fishing village and milkfish industry in Taiwan is an important case for Taiwan and the studies on Taiwan. It is a chance in a lifetime that we can invite Lin Hsing Chu, the Distinguished Professor of National Chung Hsing University, to be the speaker at the seminar in August. The topic is “Combination of the Studies on the Wetland of the National Park and the Practice of Operation Management.” He has been devoted into the formation of the monitoring, assessment and analysis standards for the wetland habitat in Taiwan for years. This time he will share his studies on the wetlands in all national parks, including Menghuan Lake, Chichiawan River, Nanjen Lake and Cih Lake.
For any questions, please call Ms. Kao in the Conservation Research Section (06-2842600, ext. 1602). You are welcome to click like and follow the Facebook fanpage of the Taijiang National Park for the latest news on the event. We will announce the seminars from September to November.