UN International Day of Families 2010

Day of Families Celebrated in Taipei

Taipei, Taiwan - To popularize the International Day of Families, promote good family relationships, and become closer to the natural environment, UPF-Taiwan organized an outing on May 15 to the Flying Ox's Pasture resort.

Whole families were invited to immerse themselves in a travel adventure and experience a natural, healthy, happy and warm family day together. There were opportunities to walk in the grass, drink fresh cow's milk, enjoy a butterfly garden, and stroll along an ecological pathway. There were also calves, sheep, and rabbits to feed and a duck parade to enjoy.


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