Zhang Yili of the Youth Affairs Bureau pointed out that in a world where "mobile media comes first", technology has become their sixth sense.

(Reported by reporter Wang Rongxiang)

[Reporter Wang Rongxiang / Kaohsiung Report] The 2022 Taiwan Design Exhibition was held in Kaohsiung. Last Friday, the Design Center opened ahead of schedule. Over 200,000 people arrived on the first weekend. The public found that the exhibitors also included "Young Director Zhang Yili", which was quite fresh.

According to the Youth Bureau, the dual youth exhibition areas are "Immortal Youth" in Stack 5, "Restriction Index", "Youth Stage" and "Restriction Challenge" in Stack 6's "Youth Restriction".

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As the first challenge for the Taiwan Design Exhibition to have the Youth Bureau participating in the exhibition, the first and foremost is to bring young people how to design their own lives. At home; after the exhibition, let the director lead by example and lead everyone to know how the daily life of young people enters the exhibition venue.

Shi Zhe, chief curator and deputy mayor of Taiwan Design Taiwan, said that the future of a city or even a country and society can be predicted through the current state of youth.

After 10 years, the Taiwan Design Exhibition will return to Kaohsiung again in 2022. In addition to using the broad bearing of the Hong Kong capital to lead everyone to appreciate the design power of Taiwan, this time, it is also a design background who has won youth from his own hands. The Director of the Youth Bureau, Zhang Yili, who won the Design Festival trophy and won the Red Dot Design Award, took the heavy responsibility.

Chen Guozheng, the curatorial coordinator of the exhibition area of ​​the Youth Bureau, said that through the suggestion of the curatorial consultant of this Taiwan Design Exhibition, Director Zhang Yili, who has design background and practical experience, was recommended to participate as a designer.

Chen Guozheng said that Director Zhang Yili was born in industrial design. In recent years, he has been changing the track but upholds design thinking. When facing different policy planning and event implementation, he still introduces design creative thinking and methods, so that the Youth Bureau can face contemporary youth. When different social issues are challenged, we can timely get close to the plan of the target group, achieve urban space revitalization, young people return to their hometowns to start businesses, and create intergenerational integration.

The Youth Bureau stated that in the face of cross-domain and Internet generations, Director Zhang Yili chose to participate in the exhibition in a way that is closest to the perspective of young people, which also represents the Youth Bureau's understanding and companionship of young people.

This time, the traditional handwritten font "Chenyu Luoyan Style" jointly developed by Taiwanese high school students and friends is also used to create exhibition-limited stickers based on young people's lives and Internet terms. During the exhibition, one will be sent every day. The public is welcome to come to the exhibition to capture the memes and limited stickers of the director of the Youth Bureau. For more details of the event, please search the official website of the Gaoshi Youth Bureau, join the official FB, IG and Line@(@youth.kcg) accounts, welcome to follow, share and actively participate.

Zhang Yili was born in industrial design. In recent years, he has changed the runway but adhered to the design thinking. In the face of different policy planning and activity implementation, he still introduced design creative thinking and methods.

(Reported by reporter Wang Rongxiang)

The Youth Bureau stated that in the face of cross-domain and online generations, Director Zhang chose to participate in the exhibition in a way that is closest to the perspective of young people, which also represents the Youth Bureau’s understanding and companionship of young people.

(Reported by reporter Wang Rongxiang)

The "Youth Showcase" showcases the Youth Bureau's support for design and entrepreneurship in different fields.

(Reported by reporter Wang Rongxiang)