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Canadian YouTuber reveals 3 reasons why Taiwan is the most advanced agricultural country in Asia

Canadian YouTuber reveals 3 reasons why Taiwan is the most advanced agricultural country in Asia
Canadian YouTuber reveals 3 reasons why Taiwan is the most advanced agricultural country in Asia

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By The China Post, Taiwan【看CP學英文】, Canadian YouTuber Wes Davies grew up on a farm when he was younger and had worked in the field of organic agriculture before.After arriving in Taiwan, he settled in Kaohsiung and later began producing in-depth videos on sustainable agriculture in Taiwan, providing deeper discussions on the subject.

Completing the video with an English introduction, Davies incorporated features into his video that is comparable to the filming methods of professional documentaries, allowing Taiwan’s agricultural advances to be portrayed on a global scale.His videos have since garnered praise from social media users who lauded him for his attention to detail in producing them.

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Wes Davies visited the terraced fields in New Taipei City’s Gongliao District. (Photo courtesy of Wes Davies via Taiwan Immigrants’ Global News Network)Wes Davies visited the terraced fields in New Taipei City’s Gongliao District. (Photo courtesy of Wes Davies via Taiwan Immigrants’ Global News Network)

In this episode of “New Immigrants in Taiwan, we asked Wes Davies’ to analyze the reasons how Taiwan has become an eco-friendly farming nation in Asia, and learn about the sustainable development of Taiwan’s agriculture and fisheries from the land and sea.

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Wes Davies visited Tsai Fu-ning, Director of the Marine and Agriculture and Fisheries Development Division, Department of Economic Affairs, Keelung City. (Photo courtesy of Wes Davies via Taiwan Immigrants’ Global News Network)Wes Davies visited Tsai Fu-ning, Director of the Marine and Agriculture and Fisheries Development Division, Department of Economic Affairs, Keelung City. (Photo courtesy of Wes Davies via Taiwan Immigrants’ Global News Network)

Wes Davies visited the kitchen of Heh Sheng Primary School in Pingtung County, where local organic ingredients are used for school lunches.The ingredients all come from local farms, and all ingredients are subject to strict inspection and traceability in accordance with the government’s new policy on placing three agricultural product labels and a QR code on products to provide traceability for their sources.In addition, a dietitian is responsible for planning the dishes, so that students can have healthy and delicious lunches.

Wes Davies traveled to Gongliao District in New Taipei City, to see the eco-friendly and sustainable farming in the terraced fields.The terraced fields do not use fertilizers and pesticides, and only small machines are used to cultivate the rice. This not only contributes to producing only organic rice but also protects the aquatic life in the rice fields.Davies believes that this is one of the best examples of ecological protection and eco-friendly farming.

Then, there is the marine ecology of Taiwan. In the early days, water pollution in the fishing ports of northern Taiwan was serious, but now, with the government’s additional monitoring system, the problem of seawater pollution has been reduced.With the cooperation of the government and fishermen, a harvestable period and a no-fishing period will be implemented so that marine life can continue to reproduce without the problem of disappearance or extinction.

Wes Davies believes that Taiwan’s policy of sustainable agricultural and fishery development is the reason why Taiwan has become a pioneering agricultural country in Asia.

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