翻玩書本 | 為何現代社會中的人們即使擁有充足資源，卻未必會持續終身學習？
Book:Flip and Play | Why don't people in modern society continue lifelong learning even though they have sufficient resources?
Asian students are generally deeply affected by admissions and achievement supremacy. In Taiwan, students spend an average of 9.5 hours in class, which is the longest in the world. Not to mention the tuition classes that they have to take after school.This kind of culture teaches us that "learning" is for exams and getting good grades, which is a painful thing, and once we leave campus life, no longer we need to study.
"Book:Flip and Play" event is the sets of book-themed games to encourage people continue lifelong learning. During the play process, the event try to flip the participants' perception that the "book" can only be a boring knowledge carrier. They can discover the multiple aspects of learning, found that it can also bring pleasure experience.