By: Wang Chao-yu and Lilian Wu
Wang Chih-chin (王志欽), a spokesman for the Embrace Cultural and Creative Park (擁恆文創園區), said the Keelung-based park will start to charge NT$100 (US$3.04) for adults and NT$50 for children, students and senior citizens from the following day.
The opening hours will be 10 a.m. through 9 p.m., with a free shuttle service provided at Badu railway station, he said.
Unison Developing Co. (國統集團), which owns the park, said that the NT$90 million creation is aimed at expressing the ideas of environmental protection, the arts and therapy. [FULL STORY]