There are many concepts regarding ecological conservation that we just know by heart even without any annotations. Familiarity to the ecological environment has gradually been regard as a basic quality a civil society should have. But to cultivate and accumulate knowledge is simply not an easy task! What can the National Park Headquarters do to deepen people’s conservation concept regarding our country’s precious assets in this rapidly changing society? Infusing entertainment in teaching is not a slogan anymore, but a way to keep up with the pace of the times and the habit of how modern people obtain information. By using a more lively and lifeoriented method, as well as a more participatory and variational activity content to tell the cultural and ecological stories of the National Parks, would allow us to regenerate our perception and affection to the environment through our five senses.
SPECIAL TOPIC Excel Locally and Embrace the World Responsibilities and Expectations about the Regeneration of National Park Organization / Hui-Ying Lui(第4頁)
FEATURE PROJECT Learning through Pleasure(第12頁)
Learning through Fun, Teaching through Play/ Hui-Ying Lui(第14頁)
Seeing Nature’s Wonder at a Glance Debut of Two New Visitor Centers / Yueh-Han Yang(第32頁)
Walking in the Nature Woodlands, Coral Valleys, and Soaring Eagles Discovering Sheding’s Natural Landscape / Chiong-Yao Lin(第40頁)
National Park Quarterly is an important media for 8 national parks in Taiwan to promote the achievement of wildlife conservation, environmental education and eco-tourism. Throughout the versatile contents in depth, readers around the world are more than welcome to enjoy the beauty of national parks with handpicked photographs and artistic layout.