- published: 30 May 2015
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This is a day out at the Formosa Fun Coast (aka, Formosa Waterpark) with some friends. If you have the chance to go, it's a blast. There are many fun things to do: waterslides, volleyball, wave pool, rope swings, lazy river, video games and more.
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To prepare for flooding during rainy season, Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je visited the city’s pump command center and the Jianguo pumping station today. After the visits, Ko was asked about water rates. Following discussions with the Water Resources Agency, Ko said that he was leaning toward raising rates in the capital in three stages. Ko also wants the rates to vary depending on use. Water rates in Taipei are generally lower than other districts.
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je has proposed turning Taipei into a “sponge city” by creating roads and public plazas that can capture water. The plan hopes to prevent flooding, conserve water and cool down the city’s hot surfaces. A park office official lifts open a metal cover, revealing a storage bin half-filled with water. This “rainwater piggy bank” system, located in Guangci Park in Taipei, stores 18 cubic meters of rainwater that can be used to water plants and clean streets. Wang Ke-renNangang Park Office Deputy DirectorA day or two after the rain ends, we quickly collect the accumulated water and use it so that it doesn’t overflow or serve as a breeding ground for mosquitoes.That system was developed under Taipei’s previous mayor Hau Lung-bin. Incumbent mayor Ko Wen-je wants to extend the s...
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【Taiwan View】 台北 水事情－１ Taipei Water Issue-1 金城武 Takeshi Kaneshiro Taiwan Taipei 台湾 台北 ********************************************** Music: London Bridge (vocal) Artist: The Green Orbs Genre: Children's Source: YouTube Audio Library ***********************************************************
Until recently Taipei had been a city of water. We have been re-exploring an irrigation channel of old, the Liugong Canal, a great engineering feat completed 250 years ago, which first sought out and brought a water source to irrigate the Taipei Basin, turning Taipei into a city of water. For the last 40 years, however, the Liugong Canal and most of Taipei's water channels have been removed from the community, gradually covered with asphalt and concrete to make way for residential and commercial space; buried underground, to make way for economic development. We began to dig up Taipei residents' memories of the Liugong Canal, going on a an adventure traversing through the time-travel wormhole to be reconnected to the memories which were buried along with the canal; and exploring plans to ...
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Water prices in Taipei will be adjusted higher beginning today. But the hike will not affect around 60 percent of the users who consume less than 20 cubic meters of water per month. Taipei City has not raised water prices for 27 years. Starting today, the Taipei Water Department will adopt a progressive pricing system. Rates for those using 0-20 cubic meters of water per month will remain unchanged, while those using 21-60 cubic meters of water per month will be increased by about NT$100. Wang Jin-hanCar Wash BusinessWe are running a small business and will try to save our cost as much as we can. We will absorb the price hike since it’s just NT$100 a month. Businesses that consume higher levels of water such as hotels, hospitals and department stores will also see their water bills subst...
SJ SO HOT ^^~ Our boys were just like the children