Supporting Taiwanese Performing arts groups by producing the charity children drama“Tatung Baby Doll Loves the Earth”at 8 public elementary schools in Taipei City, New Taipei City, Taoyuan County, Miaoli County, Hsinchu County,Nantou County and Yilan County. This charity performance introduced energy saving, health and environmental Protection in the scenario for children to develope some good habits from childhood.
When it comes to support performing arts in Taiwan, Tatung takes its initiative in collaborating with IfKids Theatre to produce “Tatung Boy Loves the Earth” --- a children’s drama. The drama was showcased to nearly 6,000 students of 3 primary schools in Greater Taipei. Concepts of energy saving, healthy living, and environmental protection were infused in the plot of the play to educate youngsters for correct daily practice.
Tatung Baby Doll participated the New Taipei City Tamsui Environmental Art Festival and brought laughter to the public with passionate dancing parade, enhancing the arts events participation and promoting the New Taipei City community empowerment.
To support Tianmu Marketplace Development Association” 2014 Halloween Party”produced 1000 Halloween “Pumpkin” specials, free of charge, for. It was a response to the Taipei commercial district development and Community Empowerment.
Tatung Baby Doll, goodwill ambassador, participated the 2015 Taipei Fringe Festival, the only unlimited and no screening creation platform, organized by the Department of Cultural Affairs of Taipei City Government and Taipei Culture Foundation, showing support the Taiwanese performing arts group with action.
Tatung Baby Doll, goodwill ambassador, was invited to the Taipei Street-Shopping Festival organized by the Department of Development Taipei City Government and the Small & Medium Enterprise Administration Ministry of Economic Affairs to show the local specialty promotion events and support the development of local special industries.
Tatung boy, the ambassador of Tatung Company, participated in summer activities by the Taipei Expo Foundation in Taipei EXPO Park to promote the development of MICE (Meeting, Incentives, Conventions, and Exhibitions) industry in Taiwan.
Promoting characters of Taiwan’s indigenous culture with creative touch by arranging Tatung Boy in the dance with Techno Prince Nezha debuted in 2012 Yilan International Children’s Folklore & Folkgame Festival .
In the name of the Tatung 96 Baseball Fun Sports Day, we had invited employees and their families to watch the game between the Uni-Lion and Brother-Elephants showing appreciation for employees’hard work and efforts in the past year, hoping to increase the employee morale and improve the quality of work.
Providing Tatung home appliance products for the filming of “Rhythm of the Rain” to support Taiwan’s cultural and creative industry.
Providing series of classic animation adverts of Tatung Boy and materials for animation DIY classes to the Cultural Affairs Department of New Taipei City Government for FZ 15’s animation exhibition where activities were created to encourage a closer parent-child relationship.
Sponsored Children’s Performing Art Festival in New Taipei City to help children learn to appreciate aesthetic in various forms by local and international performing groups while nurturing children’s curious souls with creativity and love.
Cooperated with Taipei Philharmonic Foundation for Culture and Education to hold ”Aboriginal’s Dialogue with Nature” concert, in which Master Kimbo Hu, Father of Taiwanese folk music as well as the pioneer for aboriginal movement, gave his rare performance for the promotion of young aboriginal performing groups. As a Taiwan-based company, it is our obligation to treasure and promote art and culture that are indigenous to Taiwan.
Participated in the “Million People Million Trees” event with HIMA foundation which called on people from all walks islandwide to save the earth by planting trees with endangered native plants in Taiwan. The Company sponsored the event and was the care taker of a forest land of 500 trees.