CyberFair Project ID: 8458

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International Schools CyberFair Project Narrative
Title: korea street
Category: 5. Local Attractions (Natural and Man-Made)

School: chu lin chung hsueh
    New Taipei, , Taiwan

8 students, ages 16 worked together to complete this CyberFair project on February 25, 2019. They have participated in CyberFair in the following year(s): 2018

Classes and Teachers: ho tsung ta?tseng chien yun?lin hung ying

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Project Overview

1. Description of Our Community

Stretching alongside the vigorous and energetic ZhongXing Street in Yonghe, New Taipei City. The 135 shops sitting on both sides of this flourishing street provides a wide range of Korean goods like clothes, silk quilts, medicine like ginseng, and groceries like chili for its visitors from here and afar. Looking for Korean chili to make your Kimchi? Grab them home from the shops at ZhongXing Street! This is the perfect place in Taiwan for you to find whatever Korean products you want. And it will never let you down. The famous ZhongXing Street, also known as the “Korean Street”, is located near the MRT DingXi Station. If you want to take a walk to discover more around the bustling Yonghe region, to the north you should visit the Yang San-lang Art Museum and BoAi Art Street; to the south you should walk down the Chu-Lin road and found yourself a Yonghe Soy Milk shops for a cup of soy milk with some Taiwanese snacks.

Shops owners gathering at the “Korean Street” from all walks of lives, most of them were from Shandong, China. These Shandong people had once lived in Korea, and then they came to Taiwan and settled down at the ZhongXing Street selling Korean goods and groceries. Before the “KPOP” trend booming in Taiwan, these shops already provide Korean stuffs like food, condiment; even home appliances can be bought here. If you are fond of Korea and want to lead a Korean Style of life, come to the “Korean Street”, you will get whatever you want!

The shops on the “Korean Street” found Taiwanese and Malaysian Graffiti and illustration team decorating all shops’ steel rolling shutter doors with lively Korean style drawings and frescos including Korea sceneries, famous attractions, and K-pop singers.

2. Summary of Our Project

Looking for “Korean Style”? Pay a visit to the famous ZhongXing Street located in Yonghe, New Taipei City. The street is also known as the “Korean Street” or “Little Korea” for every shops on this special and prosperous streets sell all sorts of goods and groceries, all made in Korea. Collaborating with Yonghe District Office, the Fu-Hsin Trade and Art School made the sceneries of ZhongXing Street looked “more Korean”. Visitors can observe the bright and vivid colors on street decorations and signs. Colors liked emerald green, pink, bright yellow and sky blue that symbolize the perseverance of the Korean people were introduced and can be seen everywhere on the “Korean Street”.

3. Our Computer and Internet Access

A. Percentage of students using the Internet at home:21-50%

B. Number of workstations with Internet access in the classroom:more than 6

C. Connection speed used in the classroom:not sure

D. Number of years our classroom has been connected to the Internet:more than 6

4. Problems We Had To Overcome

The first part is the communication part, as well as the schedule of the time and the visit to the field.

5. Our Project Sound Bite

carry forward Taiwan sightseeing Features

6. How did your activities and research for this CyberFair Project support standards, required coursework and curriculum standards?

Let me know more about what is needed to design a web page. We understand the spirit of more teamwork Field visits allow us to know more specific ideas

Project Elements

1) What information tools & technologies did you used to complete your CyberFair project?

Five computers smartphone digital still cameras libraries computer classroom

2) In what ways did you act as "ambassadors" and spokespersons for your CyberFair project both on-line and in person.

This is a very difficult part, but we know how to solve it.

3) What has been the impact of your project on your community?

Let more people know about this place in Yonghe District.

4) How did your project involve other members of your community as helpers and volunteers?

a group of interested people gathered together


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