Tidal land is one of the most distinctive features of the park’s coastal landscape. The land along the Tainan coast has a gentle gradient and the rivers that flow into the sea on the west coast carry a large amount of sand.
Flowers blossoming, creatures of Mother Earth awakening from the bitter winter, Yangmingshan comes alive in cheerful spring. The 2013Yangmingshan Flower Fest ran from February 12th to March 17th. A series of activities received positive feedback.
The United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), or Earth Summit, held in 1992 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, started an international dialogue on environmental protection and development among country leaders. The second session of this decade conference was held in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 2002 in the name of World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD). Next, in June 2012, the third session was held again in Rio under the name of The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (UNCSD), or Earth Summit 2012.
Also known as Non-profit organizations (NPO), the third sector, or voluntary organizations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) are independent organizations that do not belong to any government or country. Although some profit organizations are also NGOs, they do not engage in any business activity and are legal groups advocating and promoting social, cultural, and environment-related issues.
If you want to know about Taroko National Park, the best way is to experience the awesome cliffs and precipices in person! In order to encourage the public to get closer to nature and challenge their limits, the Taroko National Park Service held its first "Taroko Gorge Marathon" in 2000, where the public was invited to get into the spirit of slow living, release themselves from the bustle of traffic, and just enjoy the world-class scenery. Every year, the Taroko Gorge Marathon sets new records, from the number of participants, nationalities of participants, to the runners' performances.
Established in 1995, Kinmen National Park is the six national park in Taiwan, and is separated into the five regions of Taiwu Mountain, Guningtou, Gugang, Mashan, and Lieyu. It is also the first national park focused on Taiwanese history, culture, and military past, which, in addition to the park's mission to protect and conserve natural resources and wildlife, is particularly significant. The Kinmen National Park Service has held the "Kinmen Tunnel Music Festival" since 2009, and it is now in its 4th year.