SE in Taiwan

Treat Every Foreigner well

On Sunday, A crowd sits in circles on the floor of the main hall of Taipei Main Station. They share their hometown food with others, celebrate a friend’s birthday, share details of their work with friends, and some of them just sit quietly. They are immigrant workers from Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, and the Philippines, and they work as caregivers, labors and fishermen. “There are about a total of six hundred thousand immigrant workers in Taiwan. Therefore, our foundation is called One Forty – 1/40 of total Taiwanese population.”