Cheng Kung Taiwanese Language Project screening of "Cells at Work!" dubbed in Taiwanese was a hit.-國立成功大學永續發展SDGs

Cheng Kung Taiwanese Language Project screening of "Cells at Work!" dubbed in Taiwanese was a hit.

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Cheng Kung Taiwanese Language Project screening of "Cells at Work!" dubbed in Taiwanese was a hit.

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To promote Taiwanese culture and enhance public interest in learning, the NCKU's College of Liberal Arts, College of Medicine, Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, and the National Taichung University collaborated to host two screenings of the popular anime "Cells at Work!" dubbed in Taiwanese on May 10th and 14th. The events attracted over 170 attendees, including NCKU students, faculty, and the public. The organizers aimed to use NCKU as a focal point for promoting Taiwanese culture and embodying the concept of "Success starts with speaking Taiwanese."


The College of Liberal Arts at NCKU reported that the two screenings attracted over 30 families with participants spanning different age groups, including parents, grandparents, and children. Together, they explored the fascinating world inside the human body portrayed in the film. Characters like red blood cells, white blood cells, and other cells displayed courage and wisdom while battling viruses and defending health, making the anime both adorable and educational. The post-screening quiz session enhanced interaction, with children asking questions and providing answers at lightning speed, covering basic medical knowledge and enriching the experience for participants, fostering memorable experiences for families to learn together.


The College of Liberal Arts also noted two memorable dialogues during the events. Firstly, a child asked their mother why they were watching a Taiwanese movie, to which the mother replied that it was to help them learn Taiwanese, reflecting parental support for Taiwanese language heritage. Secondly, while Chinese was mainly used during registration, many participants used Taiwanese to inquire about related matters, indicating an increasing usage of Taiwanese in daily life. After the events, many families and participants posed for photos with the slogan "When successful people speak Taiwanese, Taiwanese will surely succeed."


To fully utilize the "watching anime to learn Taiwanese" effect, the organizers designed "pre-screening Taiwanese practice activities." Professional Taiwanese teachers edited medical Taiwanese vocabulary and proverbs from the film into multiple-choice explanations and word arrangement games. These online language warm-up activities attracted significant participation.


The success of these screening events not only attracted numerous attendees but also effectively promoted the heritage and usage of Taiwanese language. The high level of participation and positive feedback from the audience demonstrates the effectiveness of combining entertainment with education for knowledge dissemination.


To collectively enhance middle and elementary school students' recognition of local language courses, NCKU's Taiwanese team will continue to share resources from the Ministry of Education's Minnan language animation website with Taiwanese language teachers. They encourage teachers to use proverbs for simple teaching and demonstrations in class, allowing students to practice online with their families at home. The NCKU Taiwanese team will also distribute L-shaped folders featuring a Taiwanese version of the NCKU Kuang-Fu Campus map to students who perform well in each class.


Interactive Video After Screening (Part One)


Interactive Video After Screening (Part Two)

The two screenings of the Taiwanese-dubbed animated series "Cells at Work" held on May 10th and 14th received high praise from the participating audience.

The children enthusiastically participated in the activities, and their lightning-fast responses were truly astonishing.

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