Taipei Fuhsing Private School (2018 CyberFair Project ID 8401)
Official Status: Final Project: Ready for Judging
Category: 2. Community Groups and Special Populations
We estimate 12 student(s) from 15 to 17 will work on this entry.
Description of Our Community: Taipei is the capital of Taiwan. Citizens in Taipei are very busy. Adults pay all their attention on working. In addition, students study very hard. However, busy life style makes people lose touch with natural environment. Therefore, “Grass Hope Taiwan Foundation” promotes the concept of natural farming in Taipei. The headquarters is located in Yangmingshan National Park, which is the only national park in the capital city. Natural farming teaches people to slow down their working pace and enjoy life. The practice of natural farming is also more environmental friendly. Grass Hope Taiwan Foundation also promotes food education in Taipei. Nowadays, people often neglect the importance of eating healthily. Therefore, it is critical for Earth’s Children to find it back.
Project Description: Our Cyber Fair Web project is about “Grass Hope Taiwan Foundation”. It is a local non-profit organization that promote natural farming and food education. In this project, Earth’s Children want to promote the teaching of Grass Hope Taiwan Foundation to everyone. In addition, we also want to understand more about food education. Therefore, we worked with Grass Hope Taiwan Foundation and learned to be the weekend farmers. Earth's Children hope that people can enjoy the beauty of natural farming through our Cyber Fair Web project. Research Topics 1.Preserve the history of Grass Hope Taiwan Foundation a). Why was Grass Hope Taiwan created? b). What challenges did the members meet? c). How did Grass Hope Taiwan became a NGO foundation 2.Understand the core values of natural farming and food education 3.Preserve the history of Hudi community at Yangmingshan National Park in Taipei, Taiwan 4.Practice natural farming and promote natural farming 5.Unite the students in campus and promote food education