Category Archives : Million.Tai Wan

Huang Chang Ju (China Tai Wan)

  Written by  Chan Tsz Ki/Chow Wai Yin/Leung Wing Yu Huang Chang Ju, a professor of the Department of Applied Economics and Management and the Director of Organic Development Centre of the National Ilan University, and also the principal of the organic agriculture website. She even won Organic Agriculture Special Contribution Award the Council of […]


Zeng Shu Yi (Taiwan)

Zeng Shu Yi, born on September 28 1953, is the Director-General of Ren Shoufeng Farmers Association of Hualien. She also declared participating in 2014 Shoufong mayor elections. 10 years ago she had already promoted Hualien toxic-free organic agriculture. Once she said: “It is her biggest wish to let Taiwan people eat healthy organic agricultural products.” […]

Zhu Xiurong(Tai Wan)

    Zhu Xiurong(1914-2007) Author/Lam Kit Wah   Zhu Xiurong was a famous Taiwan educator who was born in Jiangsu Province in China, and received tertiary and honorable master degree in education in America. In 1946, she accompanied with her husband and moved back to Taiwan. She realized how urgent to develop National Education there […]


Tasi Shih-Jen

Tasi Shih Jen (Taiwan)

Tasi Shih-Jen, Morocco ecological education facilitator Tasi Shih-Jen, a Taiwan girl who studied anthropology and ethnology in France and worked as an oriental dance teacher in Taiwan, went to Morocco for voluntary work at 2011. She has been fascinated by the unique environment and mysterious power of Sahara desert, so decided to stay at desert […]

Lin Nien Tzu (Taiwan)

Lin Nien-Tzu, Founder of “Dharti Mata Sustainable Workshop” In Nepal, the social and economic status of women are always lower the men. It does not only mean that they cannot determinate their life, it also means that they are being suppressed. Menstruation is natural physiological phenomenon of every woman, however, in Nepal, it is considered […]

Lin Nien-Tzu

Hsieh Hsueh Hung (Taiwan)

Hsieh Hsueh-hung (謝雪紅) can be regarded as the first female revolutionary in Taiwan and the pioneer of social revolution and the fight for democracy in Taiwan.   Hsieh Hsueh-hung was in Changhua on October 17, 1901. Her family was very poor and she was finally a child bride in a Hung family. However, she escaped […]

Chen Yu Qing (Taiwan)

Chen Yu-Qing is a Taiwanese documentary director and a mother of two children. Last summer, she came to Fu Tak Building in Hong Kong with her baby to lecture young documentary directors under the theme of Post-Umbrella Movement. Chen had participated in the shooting of Sunflower Occupation , a documentary about the Sunflower movement in […]


Lee Wei Tzu (Taiwan)

LEE Weitzu is one of my friends from Taiwan and we got to know each other through the voluntary works in South Korea. LEE Weitzu worked there as an English tutor. Apart from the voluntary experiences I mentioned here. LEE Weitzu has participated many other voluntary programs in Taiwan already. When we were talking about […]