Become Hakka ! Blue-Dye Tradition & Glove Puppetry
Description: Water Resource Culture Foundation has been publicizing Hakka blue-dye tradition in Toupienkeng, Taiping Dist. Volunteers will experience tradition handcraft and enjoy the beautiful landscape in Taiwan. Blue-dye is made from natural botanical dyes which are called Common Baphicacanthus and Indigo Plant. It presents Hakka culture. Renher community where is located in Old Sihzhangli street city has an ancient history. The community redesigns paddy fields and publicizes Sihzhangli culture with strong passion. There is old street culture, ocarina club, Chinese calligraphy club, volunteer team, Food Forest in City and lots of legends in Renher. A Chinese saying goes “Sihzhangli has nothing but lots of temples, experts and legends.”
Type of Work: (一)work1：Experience Hakka blue-dye, clean river and provide service at the Disability Care Center. (二)work2：Watch a drama of glove puppetry; to join“Play in Sihzhangli ~ Let’s meet at Renher old street!” and experience “Food Forest in City.”
Accommodation: 1. Visitor Information Center in Toupienkeng, Taiping Dist. Volunteers need to bring their sleeping bags. There’s no hot water. You need to boil water by yourselves. 2. 2nd floor of Sankuantan Temple. There are 2 bathrooms and well equipment. A room can be for 10-12 people. Volunteers need to bring their sleeping bags. There is a big kitchen and a dining room at the basement.
Language: English, Taiwanese, Chinese Mandarin
Requirements: 1. Be on time 2. Safety first 3. Always smile 4. Passion 5. Group work, always be together 6. The weather is hot and humid here.
Approximate Location: 1. Visitor Information Center in Tou-Pien-Keng, Taiping Dist., Taichung City No.20, Jhongshan 7th Ln., Sec. 1, Changlong Rd., Taiping Dist., Taichung City 411, Taiwan (R.O.C.) 2. Ren-Her Community, Beitun Dist., Taichung City
Google Map： 1.https://goo.gl/maps/dH7bU9J7R2G2 2. https://goo.gl/maps/k5CWHqHdcsq
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