Taiwan to hold its first space out competition in October

Focus Taiwan
Date: 2017/04/30
By: Sabine Cheng and Evelyn Kao

Taipei, April 30 (CNA) Taiwan will hold its first space out competition in October, following the lead of South Korea, with the aim of promoting a life free from stress and digital overload.

Inspired in South Korea in 2014 by a conceptual art piece by visual artist WoopsYang, a space out competition encourages people to stare off into space without talking or using their phones.

A Taiwan company has won the right to hold the country’s first contest in October.

The 2017 competition in South Korean took place Sunday in Seoul’s Ichon Hangang Park, with last year’s winner –famous local rapper Shin Hyo-Seob, aka Crush — as a special guest.    [FULL  STORY]

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