Photo courtesy of Catholic Hui-min Enlightenment Center
Taipei, Oct. 24 (CNA) A group of people with physical or intellectual disabilities from the outlying island county of Penghu fulfilled their dreams of visiting the Presidential Office and the Taipei 101 skyscraper Saturday with the help of corporate sponsors.
The group of around 50 residents from the Catholic Hui-min Enlightenment Center took a TransAsia Airways flight to Taipei on Friday and arrangements were made for them to stay at the Fullon Hotel Taipei.
On Saturday morning, they went to the Presidential Office, the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall and the Taipei 101 tower.
The visitors were especially excited to be able to take Taipei 101’s high-speed elevators to its observatory on the 89th floor, where they enjoyed a fantastic view of the city. [FULL STORY]