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My City and Me


This project is about cultural, social and environmental aspects of the cities we live in.


Working in the project, participants can choose any aspects of their city's life. We can share these aspects with our contemporaries around the world. Together we can think about activities which can make our lives and those of others living in our cities better.


  • Olga Prokhorenko, Russia


Russian, English

Student Age Levels

12-14 (Middle), 15-18 (Secondary)


Sep 01 2014 - May 31 2015

Possible classroom activities

September - May whole project January - May - learning circles part of the project.

- making survey about advantages and disadvantages of living in the city 
- making presentations about the city ( cultural aspect) 
- conducting research - what youth can do to improve their city life (social aspect) possible theme volunteer work
- participating in the action One Day for My City

Expected outcomes

Presentations and video tour guides around the city, research and surveys about social life in the city, activities for the city like volunteer actions.

Group contributions to others and/or the planet:

It is very important to think and to take care of the places where we live. Comparing different places students can learn more about our planet. Participating in any kind of volunteer work students can feel themselves an active part of the society.

Our Hard Work

YouTube Video

Our Kaohsiung

張貼者:2018年9月7日 晚上10:24Nela Lin

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  • Kaohsiung is Taiwan's third largest city and its largest port.
  •  Kaohsiung is still the world's sixth largest cargo-container seaport, and cruise terminal
  • The city has high concentrations of heavy industry, including steel production, shipbuilding, and other exports
  •  In recent years the city has made great strides in transforming itself from a primarily industrial city into a modern Asian metropolis
  • and several areas of the city, such as along the banks of the Love River (Ai He, 愛河)
  • The city is often known as Taiwan's "Harbor Capital" (港都) because of its close connection and heavy reliance on the ocean and maritime transportation
  •  It is also one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in Taiwan, with numerous designated bike paths running through the city's many parks

Here is our video of Kaohsiung

YouTube Video

Confucian Temple

張貼者:2018年9月7日 晚上10:04Nela Lin

「confucius temple tainan」的圖片搜尋結果The Taiwan Confucian Temple ( 臺灣孔廟), also called Tainan Confucian Temple ( 臺南孔子廟) . It is  also well known or  called the Scholarly Temple. It was built in 1665 during the Koxinga dynasty, when Zheng Jing (Koxinga's son) approved of the proposal by Chief of General Staff Chen Yonghua to construct the Temple on the right side and the National Academy. Ming-Lun Hall (明倫堂; Hall of Ethics), built as a place for instructors to offer lectures and cultivate intellectuals. On the west(right) side was the sanctuary called Ta-Cheng Hall (大成殿; Hall of Great Achievement), housing the mortuary tablet of Confucius, as well as those of his distinguished disciples. The Wen Miao (文廟) and Guo Xue compound, the first of its kind in the history of Taiwan, was thus called the First Academy of Taiwan.

Please watch our video

YouTube Video

Chihkan Tower

張貼者:2018年9月7日 晚上10:00Nela Lin   [ 已更新 2018年9月7日 晚上10:01 ]

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Chihkan Tower, alson known as Fort Provintia, is located at the intersection of Chihkan St. and Minzu Rd., Tainan. It was constructed by the Dutch in 1653 and was originally used as the administration center during the Dutch’s occupation. Its original name was Provintia which means “eternity” in Dutch. Since the Dutch were used to be called Hongmao by Hans, Chihkan Tower is also called Hongmao Castle or Fanzai Tower. 

Do you want to know more about Chickan Tower? Here is the video that you can learn more.

YouTube Video

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