Tang Awards 10th Anniversary Exhibition Aims to Inspire Visions for the Future

TAIPEI, Sept. 1 (CNA) To mark the 10th anniversary of the biennial award, organizers said the contributions of Tang Award winners, with the aim of inspiring creative imaginations about a common future An exhibition introducing the was held in Taipei on Thursday.

The goal is to enable visitors to understand the research and theories of all Tang Prize winners in the fields of sustainable development, biopharmaceutical science, Chinese studies and the rule of law, the Tang Prize Foundation said in a statement. said.

The breakthroughs achieved by the Tang Award winners, coupled with their active engagement in social issues, have provided solutions to many of the world’s problems in this century, said Chern Jenn, CEO of the Tang Award Foundation. -chuan) said at the official opening ceremony of the 10th Tang Awards. Anniversary exhibition.

One of the Foundation’s missions is to make these results available to the public. This allows people to learn about cutting-edge research in the life sciences and social sciences, find inspiration in the works of the Tang Prize winners, and see them as role models worthy of example. Charn said he is trying to expand his horizons.

“This is a great opportunity for parents and teachers to bring their children and students to the exhibition and learn about the contributions of the winners,” he said. And hope to inspire goals. “

The free exhibition will run until Oct. 30 at the National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, after which it will be moved to the National Museum of Science and Technology in Kaohsiung for two years, according to the foundation.

Based on the theme of “The Four Lessons of the Tang Award,” interactive installations, videos, photographs, and other visuals will be exhibited, with the Tang Award mascot “Dr. Tang” surrounded by exhibits as a lecturer.

Also included are items donated by the winners, a biennial list of Tang Award winners for the last ten years, and a timeline of events.

Attendees at Thursday’s official opening of the exhibition included former Minister of Education Ovid Tzeng, a trustee of the Tang Prize Foundation. Giuseppe Izzo, Vice President of the Taiwan European Chamber of Commerce. Kelly Kok (Xue Zhen Guo), Executive Director of the Jane Goodall Institute Taiwan. Jennifer Tsai is the designer of the Tang Award certificate.

(Written by William Yen)

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