Members of the Children’s Worship Service (CWS) from various local congregations in the Ecclesiastical District of Taiwan on July 30, 2022 went on an educational tour to foster the joys of learning among them.
The children visited the Window on China Theme Park, dubbed as “Taiwan’s first multi-functional cultural venue of its type [which] showcases famous structures from around the world in 1/25 scale.” It is located in Longtan, Taoyuan City, Taiwan.
With their parents and guardians accompanying them, the children explored with delight such sections of the park as the Miniature World, which features the Rhinoceros Beetle Eco Zone, Mini-Taiwan, Mini-China, Mini-Europe, Mini-America, and Mini-Asia.
“I was so excited for this tour. I’m glad it finally happened. There’s so much fun!” happily said Kaizer Arnoco from the Local Congregation of Baoshan.
“I discovered so many places!” enthused Jesha Santiago from the Local Congregation of Zhubei. Her sibling, Jeshua, added, “I gained knowledge from this tour.”
Franne Samuel Ong from the Local Congregation of Taoyuan City said in the Mandarin Chinese language: “I think that by conducting an activity with other CWS brothers and sisters (in the faith), aside from enjoying and being happy, we also became good friends.”
Brother Mayonel D. Taal, the district supervising minister, oversaw the activity with the assistance of the CWS officers. — With reports from INC News Section