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Being high school students, even with such an amount of money, we realize that our powers and resources are limited. We have time and ability constraints. So it took us quite a while to come up with something big enough to make a difference but definitely probable.

In the end, we came up with something we all agreed to work on. Because we have realized that this network has not exactly reached its targeted group, so we thought we could use this money to do exactly that.

We want to sponsor an exchange program between our school and schools in Africa. Kids from Africa will come here and learn about Taiwanese lifestyle. In the meantime, we will also introduce them to evoke, and hopefully when they go back, they will spread the message and this network’s goal will be achieved fully.

And of course, kids from our school will go to Africa. In additional to learning about African lifestyle, we can also see what has been and still needs to be done. We believe this project will benefit both sides greatly and we can gain lots of precious experiences.

This may seems small but it is just the beginning. We hope that our spark will carry out and spread all over. And the change we have all been working for will finally come. We think that our project is definitely possible and worth supporting.

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Comment by Chris Ke Sihai on May 20, 2010 at 8:12am
You forgot to say that Taiwan used to be a poor colony of Japan, which became a police state under martial law and eventually made a successful transition to democracy. Today, Taiwan is the only real democracy that has ever existed in the Chinese world and also enjoys a very high standard of living. Every country has corruption to some degree, but how many have a strong enough democracy to put their former president in jail?

When your parents were born, Taiwan's biggest export was pineapples. Then it became the world's largest exporter of umbrellas. When you were born, Taiwan was becoming one of the world's leading hi-tech manufacturing economies and even today most of the world's laptop computers and mobile phones are made in Taiwan. But Taiwan is moving away from manufacturing and becoming a centre in the knowledge economy. The current generation, including you, is highly educated and competitive in the globalised world.

Taiwan would be a great model for people in developing countries to learn from. You have achieved more in one generation than many countries have achieved in a century. It would be very inspirational for students to see what can be achieved with a little capital and a strong work ethic.

This is a great idea for an evokation, and I look forward to meeting whoever you bring to Taiwan.

Do you have any idea how you would choose the lucky students? Maybe your mentor (or the WBI) could help you contact schools in Africa?
Comment by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on May 20, 2010 at 8:22am
I am your man! Any help contact me.
Comment by Ssozi Javie on May 20, 2010 at 8:24am
Chengyaun High School, I must say that, your project is very, very interesting. There is no better way of learning about other cultures and sharing knowledge than the one you are suggesting.

I am from Uganda, East Africa and I would be more than Happy to connect you with High School Students here.

Please let me know of any developments.

On a separate note I wish to call up on all other African Agents help connect you as well.
Comment by Brian Chatterton on May 20, 2010 at 9:00am

I'm from Zimbabwe, currently live in South Africa and have family and friends in Botswana and Namibia.

I would be happy to find schools /accomodation etc for an exchange over here.

Rotary have run youth exchanges for years, your local capter should be able to help you with information, advice and possibly funding as well. I suggest you contact them.

Anything else I can do please let me know.
Comment by Victor Udoewa on May 20, 2010 at 12:12pm
I know people and schools in Africa. Send me a message if you want contacts.
Comment by Evo on May 25, 2010 at 3:04pm
How do you see this unfolding? When, where, who?
Comment by Chengyuan High School on June 4, 2010 at 3:41pm
Thankyou you all so much for this ton of support!!
We were having some problem figuring out the details of our plan, and you guys made it so much easier and more possible!
As soon as we find out the results and confirm this plan with our school we will contact you all rigtht away with further information.
Once again thankyou all so much!!
Comment by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on June 4, 2010 at 4:01pm
Thank you too!
We are waiting from you!

Rain of blessings!


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