“I hope people can really understand that our earth is sick,” said Josephine Lee, a spokeswoman for the event organizer, the Da-an Branch of the Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation.
Saying that knowing about global warming is not enough, Lee emphasized that “we must learn what to do and how to do it to save energy on a daily basis, to help save our environment.”
One fifth grader who visited the exhibition with her mother vowed to invite her friends to save energy after attending the show.
“Through the exhibition, I now understand the importance of environmental protection,” Wu Chi-ning said.
Seven-year-old Chang Ching-hsiang said he learned that “reduction of carbon dioxide emissions will also reduce flooding” and encouraged people to get into the habit of sorting garbage and recycling.