|Friday,September 27 (13:00~17:30)||National Taipei University of Education (NTUE) →Institute for Information Industry (III) →National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall →Four Four South Village →Taipei 101|
To increase innovative applications of ICT technology and to facilitate the development of digital economy. Positioning The Think Tank for Digital Country Development. The Organization for the Research and Development of Digital Economy, Industrialization, and Talent Cultivation. The Platform with National Level Resources Associated with Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurship. https://www.iii.org.tw/
The great building has become a landmark of Taipei City. There are also places for international art performances. They are National Theater and National Concert Hall. World famous musicians (such as the great cello performer Yo Yo Ma and the great violinist Shao Lian Lin) and renowned playgroups have conducted performance here. The garden with beautiful flowers, miniature hills and plants, ponds, ornamental bridge and waterfalls as well as green grass presents scenery beauty. The walls surrounding the area are with nostalgic design. The place is enriched with the beauty of traditional Chinese gardens. There are various activities taking place in the square. There are the concert of the world renowned three tenors, school band performances, cheerleader performances and fairs. https://www.cksmh.gov.tw/
A notable landmark near Taipei 101, Four Four South Village is a former military village now designated a historical site and transitioned into a community park. The park preserved the old buildings for glimpse into the past.
Located in the finest district Taipei has to offer, TAIPEI 101 is the largest engineering project ever in the history of the Taiwan construction business. Supported by a dozen or so domestic businesses, the TFC Corp. was fortunate to have local and international experts in charge of the planning, and world-class architect C.Y. Lee was responsible for the design of the project. The design transcends the uni-body concept and is based on the Chinese number 8, a numeral long considered lucky in Chinese culture. Eight-floor structural units are connected one by one on top of each other to form the whole. This kind of rhythmic aesthetic is new to skyscrapers.