Today, the “Taiwan Excellence Mobile Classroom” was introduced to provide high-quality education to society’s outcasts, particularly those who reside in remote areas.
The classroom will meet educational expectations due to the Taiwanese government’s “Taiwan Excellence: Sharing is Caring” competition and SEED4Com’s (Sustainable Energy and Enterprise Development for Communities) idea, which started with a bicycle, sidecar, and basic facilities.
Monitors and computers for both students and instructors are provided in the Taiwan Excellence Mobile Classroom along with other Taiwan Excellence technology. The addition of speaker and microphone systems, folding seats, tables, and tents, as well as solar panels with a full inverter system and battery storage with a 3 kWh capacity, allowed it to be completely sustainable. The organizations engaged are United Renewable Energy, GIGA-BYTE Technology, ASUSTeK Computer, Acer, Dacian Technology Material, Team Group Inc., and IPEVO Inc.
The Alternative Learning System (ALS) learning modules created by the Department of Education (DepEd) were supplied in order to launch the Taiwan Excellence Mobile Classroom in the Cebu and Quezon regions. The goal of the initiative is to help those who lack education. By attending classes at the Taiwan Excellence Mobile Classroom, students will receive instruction in subjects including Integrated Math, Entrepreneurship, Life Skills, and Digital Citizenship.
The launch of Taiwan Excellence Mobile Classroom took place at the Centennial Hall of the Manila Hotel along Roxas Boulevard in Manila, and attendees included officials and representatives from Taiwan’s Bureau of Foreign Trade, which is part of the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the Taipei Economic & Cultural Office in the Philippines, the Manila Economic and Cultural Office, and the DepEd.
“Thanks to the efforts of all parties involved, the “Taiwan Excellence Mobile Classroom” initiative will increase educational opportunities for kids of all ages in the Philippines. Director-General of Taiwan’s Bureau of Foreign Trade (BOFT), Cynthia Kiang, describes the event as a beginning of connecting with respective communities, a beginning of bringing together bilateral goodwill for those in need, and a beginning of inspiring more parties to pursue global environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals.
Taiwan, one of the top innovators in the IT and tech industries, is happy that Taiwan Excellence has united the efforts of many parties to make the “Taiwan Excellence Mobile Classroom” a reality, according to Ambassador Michael Peiyung Hsu of the Taipei Economic & Cultural Office (TECO) in the Philippines.
“I think that this is just the beginning, and that bilateral organizations and companies will soon roll out further empowerment initiatives. Our friendship and partnership would grow and be strengthened, according to Ambassador Hsu.
The Bureau of Foreign Trade (BOFT) and the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) organized “Taiwan Excellence: Sharing is Caring” with the goal of improving society by giving everyone the chance to discuss charitable and other altruistic activities relating to the sustainable development of society and environmental protection using Taiwan Excellence products.