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Sketch of Public Policy Communion, November 2020
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  本會於2020年11月15日假喜來登大飯店地下二樓喜廳舉行「祐生國政聯誼會」。在黃晉英秘書長宣布後揭開活動序幕,在輕鬆、活潑的節目後,隨即由主持人帶來重要訊息:「全球矚目的美國大選尚未落幕,且疫情仍持續延燒,於此時刻,提醒大家仍須關注氣候異變的課題,林俊興董事長表示溫度極端的變化正要開始。近期全球受到疫情影響,社會經濟倍受打擊,反而台灣逆勢成長,成員們要能掌握外在情勢,才能把握良機。另外,於11月初舉辦的iiSBE BEYOND2020連續三天的線上國際會議,在祐生蟲洞會議室順利舉辦完成。本次會議的參與,使成員們瞭解外語能力的重要,以及如何使對方清楚掌握我方所要表達的理念,成功地與國際交流。」
  The November Archilife Public Policy Communion of 2020 was held on November 15, 2020. After a series of relaxing and fun activities, Secretary General Huang Chin-ying made the following announcement, "While the globally focused U.S. election is yet to drop the curtain and as the pandemic continues to spread, as a reminder at a time like this, everyone should still pay attention to the issue of climate change. According to President Lin Chun-shin, changes in extreme temperatures are only the beginning. Under the impact of the recent pandemic, the world’s socio-economic situation has been hit hard while Taiwan has risen against the tides. Members ought to keep abreast of the external situation in order to seize the opportunity. In addition, the online international conference iiSBE BEYOND2020 held for three consecutive days in early November successfully came to a close at the Archilife Wormhole. Through participation at the conference, the members gained an understanding of the importance of foreign language proficiency and how to enable the other side to clearly grasp concepts that our side wishes to express. This will in turn ensure a successful international exchange."

  Next on the schedule was the keynote speech. First, Ms. Su Mei-ju, presented a speech on the "Cultural Experience Education". The presenter first mentioned that the Cultural Experience Education Plan is intended to encourage arts and cultural groups or individuals to provide students with artistic and cultural perception competence-related cultural experiences, thereby creating more opportunities for students to experience art and cultural connotations. In addition, through the co-created platform mechanism, those specializing in art and education will assist in content revision, lesson plan formulation and the planning of cultural experience contents suitable for teaching use at the end of the schoolyear. The review focus lies in combining local knowledge, linking the cultural and social pulse and emphasizing the core characteristics of art groups. The presenter also cited many cases of class implementation. The students were given the opportunity to experience arts and cultures through the school curricula. However, in the lesson plan, at least four classes are allotted for each semester. Students burdened with school work will have a hard time sparing time for art and culture experience education. On top of it, because of the disparity between urban and rural areas in terms of cultural resources, the participation rates of schools in the remote areas remain low.

  Next, Mr. Chen Yuan-hung spoke on "Description of Disaster Identification and Earthquake Resistance". The presenter first said the focus of the speech lies in the identification of houses after disasters, as well as reinforcement and improvement after reviewing building safety as requested by the persons concerned. Common disasters include fires, gas explosions, slope slides, high chloride ions, water leakage and earthquakes. The presentation illustrated a full range of pictures one by one. Worth noting are fire prevention practices involving three elements: fuel, air and temperature. High chloride ions cause houses to collapse, water leakage results in the corrosion of reinforcement bars and threats arising from cracks following an earthquake. The presenter went on saying that since Taiwan is vulnerable to frequent earthquakes, more emphasis should be given to the strength and stiffness of buildings. Although reinforcement techniques can be applied, it takes no less than the reconstruction of urban unsafe and old buildings targeting old houses in the city to guarantee safer living.

  Next, Mr. Wu Gan-li spoke on "Urban Ventilation Design in the Era of Global Anti-epidemic". The presenter first mentioned that the urban and rural areas subject to global climate change and the impact of the epidemic situation should construct a new model of sustainable ecological community planning and design. A city has all kinds of wind environment characteristics. Building heights, opening indoor windows, etc. can be effectively utilized to achieve sound natural ventilation effects. The presenter also mentioned city corridor planning in Kaohsiung, while the huge open space created following the reconstruction of the underground railway also helped improve the ventilation environment. Furthermore, the presenter also shared the analysis results of Tainan’s community building volume and ventilation environment. Under the premise that the number of households and floor area ratios remain unchanged, the overall design was adjusted while retaining real-estate value. The presenter said that humans ought to re-embrace ecological symbiosis in search of the ecological wisdom of natural ventilation in architectural and urban design.

  After the speech, Secretary General Huang Chin-ying presented a gift to the speakers on behalf of the foundation. Then, attendees expressed and exchanged their opinions and views during the piggy hour. The November Archilife Public Policy Communion ended smoothly.