May 03, 2005

TK Park

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TK Park or The Knowledge Park is a new library opened by the cooperation between Ministry of Education and Ministry of ICT. The concept is to create "lively
library" where they combine a library, theatre, computers to use Internet, etc. all to encourage learning by people who use the park. It's a good idea
but when I went there and experience for myself I still prefer the old quite library to this noisy one :P There're many children there and it's so noisy.
I'd read from the news that they intend to put books for the blind as well. But as far as I know, none can be seen in the area. They let blind student
to sit in the park and read braille book on the opening day by our PM. Is that only just to create image? Even their website is not accessible for blind
people. I understand that materials for the blind are very expensive but if you can't put them in the park, please don't say so. It's not good at all.
Maybe the cheapest way to include us blind people in they might want to make the web more accessible than it is now so that we may be able to participate, at least electronically.

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  1. Maybe you could write some comments and send them to people invloved in this TK Park thing. Go on!!!

    09 May 2005, 16:57

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