The first encounter with books in August brought a different perspective to the child. Yes, books are a window into how the world looks different. Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala said: "One student, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world!" Starting from September, the Taiwan Center arranges 1~2 hours of reading hours after English class every Thursday, and children can't wait to immerse themselves in the world of books before the children's library is completed! In addition to self-reading time, once every two weeks, Lara, a colleague of the center, tells picture book stories 📙📘 to children online through remote connection, with on-site teachers assisting in translation, and gradually allows children to adapt to the online teaching mode of dual teachers. We look forward to more courses taking distance learning in the future, regardless of geographical restrictions, so that the teaching resources are unlimited! Reading is a window to the world. We may not be able to travel thousands of miles right now, but through the words and pictures in good books, we bring the world to children. The more resource-poor the area, the more you need good books, why? Because children understand the appearance of the world depends on this book, a careful simulation encyclopedia, to present the world realistically. Through careful consideration of the text, it can also increase children's language ability and narrative organization structure, so that children can develop logic and storytelling skills in the process of reading. It will be of great help in the future in study and work. People always have a nature to appreciate beautiful things. When we see soft images and textured pounds, our first impression of the book becomes a positive link. This kind of feeling can drive children's yearning and love for books. When we talk about education, in addition to active curriculum, passive independent learning is a key part. #台灣中心的角色不只是提供硬件的空间, I hope that we can build an education center here. From this generation onwards, give these children who have great potential, strong motivation to learn, just lack the resources and guidance to have a chance to turn their lives around! What we need to teach is not only language courses, but also civics, learning attitudes, and literacy skills. One day we're all going to get out, and we're here to help, not to step in. Only by relying on their own efforts can the fate of Syrian refugees be broken!