SE in Taiwan
Doing is the Beginning of Learning—Savoring the Home of a Beautiful Life
Zhushan (bamboo mountain), as its Chinese name suggests, is a place that grows bamboo, a realm where people enjoy bamboo culture. To respond to market demand and provide high quality and innovative services, the Bamboo Life Culture Association combines cultural elements with local industry by welcoming the participation of young people.
A Happy Countryside— Making Fengtian a Model of Environmental Education
The Hualian County Nou-Li InterCommunity Association is engaged in the promotion of local employment and care for the elderly and youth. Shoufeng Sweet Home Empowerment Center combines resources from various sectors, trying to build Fengtian into a model of environmental education.
A Base for Indigenous Organic Farming
Pangcah Organic Farm is the first certified organic farm in Guangfu Township. The Indigenous Persons Sustainable Agriculture Society develops and promotes organic farming by providing employment to disadvantaged women and indigenous people. The Society also generates profit by selling organic vegetables and promotes the wild vegetable culture of the Amis people.
The Baimi Clog Village, Clogs are the way forward for this community
The Baimi Community Development Association is engaged in community building through the development of its traditional clog industry. Thanks to the guidance of the Baimi Clog Museum and the promotion of clog culture and products, a Baimi Business District has gradually come into being.
Rebirth of Wheat Fields in Taiwan
Rejoice integrated up- and downstream processes and introduced new brands such as “Rejoice Wheat”, “Rejoice Soybean Task Force”, and “Rejoice Grain Club” together with its previously marketed wheat. Featured products such as noodles, soy sauce, and sesame paste are sold via various channels.
With a swish and flick “Very Mulan” uses investments to create social enterprises
There are even more meaningful contributions than regular donations to NPOs. Zhang therefore established “Very Mulan” with an investment of NTD50 million and invited friends from various industries to serve as advisers.