Jiunn-Yih Gong is currently the chairman of Xinpingxi Taiwan Coal Mine Museum. He formerly served as Chairman of the Taiwan Mining Economic and Cultural Promotion Association (2010-2018). In 2016, he represented the Xinpingxi Taiwan Coal Mine Museum and Japan's Tagawa City Coal Mining Historical Museum, to sign an agreement to establish a friendship museum. In 2018, was invited by the Tagawa city Coal Mining Historical Museum, Japan to participate in the Japanese-Taiwan Memory Heritage and Museum'' for a public seminar as an keynote speaker. He was also invited by the Mayor of Tagawa City to serve as a city Charismatic ambassador (2018). In the same year, he was invited as a panelist at the International Exchange of Coal Mine Heritage by the Bureau of Cultural Heritage (MOC). “Taiwan-Japan International Forum on The Memory Heritage of the Coal Mining Industry”, Taichung, Taiwan. In 2019, he was invited to be published in Kushiro city Museum, Kushiro City, Hokkaido, Japan, on the “Preservation and Utilization of Xinpingxi Coal Mine-Cultural Exchange between Taiwan and Japan Mining Industry Achievements", as well as opening the seminar for panel discussions and participants.
translation_fallback: Sessions in which Jiunn-yih Gong translation_fallback: participates
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- How to preserve the relics of coal mines and use them for local revitalization - Take Xinpingxi Taiwan Coal Mine Museum as an example UQAM, pavillon J.-A. De Sève (DS) - DS-1545
- Speaker Jiunn-yih Gong (Xinpingxi Taiwan Coal Mine Museum) |
- translation_fallback: 10:00 AM - translation_fallback: 10:20 AM | 20 minutos Translation_fallback: part of: Reawakening the coal mining landscape in Taiwan I
- Abstract The Pingxi area houses one of Taiwan’s main coal mines. Thus, a very complete industrial landscape and mining landscape were preserved a...