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Come to Taijiang to Search for the File of Black-Faced Spoonbill
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To respond to the “Files and Memories” event organized by the National Archives Administration National Development Council, the Taijiang National Park Headquarters held the “Come to Taijiang to Search for the File of Black-Faced Spoonbill” event at the Black-faced Spoonbill Watching Pavilion from November 10 to 11, 2018. Through the files of black-faced spoonbills in Taijiang, we helped people understand how to witness the significance of history via file data and inheritance.
 
Files are the original evidences for the civilization evolution, national and social development, and cultural continuity and inheritance. They’re the first-hand data for historical recreation and significant national intellectual assets. The National Archives Administration National Development Council held the Archives Month to evoke respect for the file archive from public and private sectors, help the public learn more about the file and its importance, and enhance the image and visibility of file. To cooperate with the Archives Month, the Taijiang National Park Headquarters held the “Come to Taijiang to Search for the File of Black-Faced Spoonbill” event at the Black-faced Spoonbill Watching Pavilion from November 10 to 11. This event aims to connect the conservation history of the national park with the memory of the land in Taijiang via the files of the black-faced spoonbill in Taijiang. The event includes the following. (1) The files and Taijiang website are introduced (importance of file, introduction of Taijiang website, search of the files for the habitat of the black-faced spoonbill and quiz contest). (2) Visitors can check-in to the Files and Memories event of the Archives Month activity on Facebook. (3) Visitors can join the Black-Faced Spoonbill DIY event. Four sessions are available everyday starting from 11 am. Those interested in the event must sign up at the Black-faced Spoonbill Watching Pavilion. Visitors can join the quiz contest to collect souvenirs and participate in the sweepstakes by uploading pictures and checking-in to the Files and Memories event on Facebook.