Taiwan is surrounded by and covered with water. Streams and rivers cut through the island, and no matter where you go, even into the high central mountains, you’re never really that far from the sea. Since it opened in 2000, the National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium has been working to teach the wider public about Taiwan’s wide range of aquatic environments and to instill in people a love for the ocean that surrounds them. Here with us to introduce Taiwan’s underwater world and talk about the aquarium’s work is Chang Cheng-chieh of the aquarium planning department.
The National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium
- 21 October, 2017