|Application||January 1st ~ April 8th, 2016|
|Result of the Application||April 15th, 2016|
|Program Period||June 30th ~ Sep 2nd , 2016|
Web-Pro Corp. founding in 1994, is a specialized production Spunlace non-woven fabrics and soft cotton breathable PE laminated films manufactory. Follow with global market changeable demand, and constantly development and design Spunlace non-woven fabrics products for advanced country.
Base on market demand need to get stable quality and satisfied production capacity. Web-Pro import entire automatic production equipment from Europe. Our products have extensive applications, including Wet tissue, face mask, Spunlace non-woven duster and sanitary napkins and so on.
Our company location in Yong-An Industrial Zone in Kaoshiung County near both of the Kaoshiung Science Park and the BenZhou Industrial Zone, the area of plant total around 20,000 square meters. In Year 2002, Web-Pro Corp. invested NT$400 million in the installation of the world-leading Spunlace Line 2, for provide best products to clients. This is also our goal to be the biggest Spunlace non-woven fabric production line in Asia, to be determined become the most potential supplier in the world. These two things are our company’s most important mission and target.
Web-Pro’s products feature is delicate and exquisite, that is suitable for requirement huge capacity, low profit client use partner. You can trust us. “ Sincere and Honest” is Web-Pro operate concept.
Official Web: http://www.web-pro.com.tw/
Whetron was established in 1982 with a vision to become the leading supplier of automobile electronic parts for major car manufacturers around the world.
Whetron was built on the management philosophy of continuous innovation, strive for perfection, and the principles of reciprocity. The company started out with remote access products and later expanded to provide Parking Aid System, GEM/BCM, and keyless entry products. Whetron has customers throughout Asia, Europe, Australia, Central America and South America. Company’s mission is to provide safe, convenient and reliable products and to service the community. With Taiwan’s competitive edge in electronic manufacturing services (EMS), Whetron believes in the development of first-class human resources, equipment, technology, quality, cost control, and excellence in service. The company focuses on the satisfaction of customers, shareholders and employees. Whetron is committed to make sure its contributions to the global automobile industry, and help achieving a better future for all.
Official Web: http://www.whetron.com.tw/WTw/index.php
A specialist in manufacturing screws, was established by president Lucky Tu in 1973. Over the past three decades, Sheh Fung has spared no efforts in promoting innovation through R&D and the accumulated experiences and expertise of its employees. Every step in the manufacturing process, beginning from the input of line material to packaging is under strict supervision by QC personnel. Each step must pass a QC test before entering the next step. Moreover, Sheh Fung has equipped itself with advanced techniques in design and manufacturing to assist clients that ask for customized products.
In 1989, Sheh Fung was ranked as one of Taiwan's top 1,000 enterprises-the first time for the company. Moreover, to increase the quality of its products and service, the company improved its processes in order to earn an ISO 9001:2000 certification in July 1993. The company has been consistent in pursuing excellence, quality, and the most state-of-the-art technologies.
Official Web: http://www.shehfung.com/
Smart and Comfortable
To appease the market demands and expects from customers, we abide by the spirit of innovation, research and development to build the series of smart and comfortable products.
Established in 1989, we’re professional manufacturer in remote controls for roller shutters, fast roller doors, tubular motors, swing gates and so on. Several years ago, a client dealing with home automation system came to negotiate with us to research and develop motorized curtains for the smart home system. After continuous tests, brand-new intelligent motorized drapes appeared in Taiwan. The motorized curtains not only open or close by remote control but also can be integrated with smart home system. They can be controlled by remote control, wall panel, timer, touch panel, computer, pad and smart phone. Besides, they can compatible with most of home automation systems in the world.
Today, we offer various motorized drapes to all over the world. The trademark, Bintronic, symbolizes smart, comfortable and quality. When the consumers’ feedback to us with their satisfaction meaning we will achieve further goal.
Official Web: http://www.binterng.com/
Venerable Master Hsing Yun founded Fo Guang Shan in 1967.
Since then it has evolved from a mountaintop bamboo forest to the largest Buddhist monastery in Taiwan. Master Hsing Yun has inspired the selfless devotion of over 1,000 monastics as well as the ardent support of many lay devotees to assist him in bringing confidence, joy, hopes, and providing service to countless other. Presently Fo Guang Shan has over 200 branch temples throughout the world carrying out the goals of propagating Humanistic Buddhism and establishing a Pure Land on earth.
In May 1997 Fo Guang Shan decided to close its doors to the general public to give monastics the cloistered atmosphere they need for their Buddhist practice. At the end of 2000 President Chen Shui-bian and govermment officials from Kaohsiung visited Fo Guang Shan bringing with them the wish from their constituents that Fo Guang Shan re-open its mountain gate. After due consideration, Fo Guang Shan decided to re-open the monastery to some extent thereby providing the public with a Pure Land environment in which to practice Buddhism.
Offical Website: www.fgs.org.tw/en/
The collection of the National Palace Museum mainly deals with art and artifacts of Chinese heritage. Many of the works in the collection are masterpieces, leading the Museum to become widely known as a treasure trove of Chinese culture.
After their arrival in Taiwan, the collections of the Palace Museum and Preparatory Office of the National Central Museum were temporarily stored at Peikou (in Wufeng, Taichung). In 1965, the two museums joined in Waishuangxi, Taipei, to form the museum now known as the National Palace Museum. The holdings from the Palace Museum included 46,100 antiquities, 5,526 paintings and calligraphies, and 545,797 rare books and documents. The collection from the National Central Museum included 11,047 antiquities, 477 painting and calligraphies, and 38 rare books and documents. In sum, the combined collection consisted of 608,985 cultural relics.
The current collection of the National Palace Museum features not only the objects brought to Taiwan from the two institutions mentioned above, but also acquisitions made after the Museum’s official inauguration in Taiwan. These new additions include transfers from other institutions, donations made to the Museum, and purchases made by the Museum, of which the latter two are the most significant.
The Palace Museum in Beijing and the Preparatory Office of the National Central Museum had begun expanding their collections long before their collections were moved to Taiwan. In 1934, the Palace Museum purchased a weight and measure (excavated in Chengouyi in Dingxi County, Gansu) dating from the Wang Mang Interregnum. After the defeat of Japan, the Museum accepted the donations of ceramics from the family of Mr. Guo Baochang and Shang and Zhou bronzes from the German connoisseur, Mr. Werner Jannings. The Preparatory Office of the National Central Museum had also purchased treasured bronzes in the collections of the Liu family's (Shanzhai), as well as Yü family's house of swords, , and bronzes from the Rong family.
Since its opening in Taipei, the National Palace Museum has never ceased in expanding the scope of its collection. A set of guidelines was drawn in 1969 to facilitate making acquisitions with budgetary funds and to encourage private donations and entrustments.
Among these treasures in their own right, some more notable examples include the sandalwood furniture from the residence of the Qing Dynasty Prince Gong, calligraphic works by Chen Bo of the Northern Song Dynasty, scroll "Cold Food Observance" by Su Shi of the Northern Song Dynasty, "Spring Thunder" zither of the Tang Dynasty, the Tzu-fan set of bells from the Spring and Autumn Period, gilt bronze Buddhist sculptures from the Northern Wei and later, jade tablets used by Tang Emperor Xuanzong in homage to the God of Earth, "A Calligraphic Rendition of the Hsi-tz'u Chapter of the I-ching" by Zhu Xi of the Southern Song Dynasty, and the painting "Mount Lu" by Chang Dai-chien. The Museum has also acquired a large number of prehistoric jades, Shang and Zhou bronzes, ceramics, as well as famous paintings and calligraphic pieces from the reign of the Jiaqing Emperor (of the Qing Dynasty) to the modern era. These acquisitions have all served to fill the gaps in the original collection.
Official Web: http://www.npm.gov.tw/en/
The Relationship between the Indigenous Peoples in Taiwan and the Austronesian Peoples in the World
The indigenous peoples in Taiwan refer to the inhabitants who had been living on the islands before major Han Chinese immigration began in the 17th century. Culturally and linguistically, they belong to the Austronesian group. The Austronesian peoples, covering the most inclusive peoples in the world with the majority in Southeast Asia, originates from Taiwan in the north, extends to Easter Islands in South America in the east, and reaches Madagascar in the eastern coast of Africa in the west. The common characteristics to the Austronesian peoples are building houses on stilts to protect against damp, insects, and snakes; adopting slash-and-burn farming style; keen on chewing betel nuts, good at bamboo and rattan weaving; relying on hunting and fishing; and among others.
Taiwan is located in the very north point of the distribution of the Austronesian people and has been maintaining close contacts with the Austronesian peoples in the nearby South Pacific Islands for the last hundred thousand years. The various archaeological evidences suggest that Taiwan should be the origin of the distribution of the Austronesian peoples thousands years ago and should have played a critical geographical location as the origin of Ancient Austronesian peoples and in the process of migration to the South Pacific Islands.
Official Web: http://www.tacp.gov.tw/home01.aspx?ID=1