Planting (flyer) Seeds

Why not take a few hours out of your Sunday (17th November) to help us pass out flyers that address the issue of ESL hiring discrimination in Taiwan? It really makes an impact when people see teachers of all different backgrounds come together to share this message.

Location: NE Corner of Daan Park.
(Cross streets are Jianguo & Xinyi).

Time: We will gather between 3-3:15 before heading into the park and talking to parents.

Wear: A white or dark blue shirt and we’ll stick you with a TADIT sticker.

Bring: Yourself and local or foreign friends.

If anyone is free afterwards please join us for a coffee/tea/whatever!


Posted by Annie Chen


TADIT @ Tienmu market sale 6/22

So on Saturday 22nd June, TADIT had it’s first offline foray into the local community. We had two objectives:

1) Raise awareness of TADIT’s cause
2) Raise money to cover printing costs and to put towards future events.

We had 7 volunteers from the group come and help to sell the t shirts, dresses, books, bags and other bits and pieces that TADIT members had very generously donated.

Also, an extra special thank you to John Hung from Fudge whose amazing brownies almost caused a stampede and were literally sold out within minutes of being opened, it was a fantastic day and definitely a success.

First, we raised just over 4,000 NT which has covered the flyers (see below) and stickers we had printed for the occasion, plus the next batch of promotional literature which is already being put together, and maybe even a little left over to put towards next year’s Diversity Day.



Second, it was the first time we had been able to interact with the local community and was an invaluable chance to speak to young kids, parents and other people of all ages about discrimination in Taiwan and TADIT’s goals. We handed out loads of flyers (in Chinese) and stickers and got people talking.

I think the biggest success story from the day would have to be the three Taiwanese twenty-somethings who, after reading our flyer, came back round to talk to us about the issue and then offered to walk round the market handing out our flyers and to come and help at any future events.


The most important thing about this event was it served as a reminder that we need to get out and about and start talking to the local community about this issue. We will only be able to make real change if we work with them, not against them and Saturday’s event was a positive indication that people are ready to hear the message and even help the cause.
Thank you so much to all the amazing volunteers who gave up a whole day to help, and to everyone who so kindly donated. We still have some things left to sell and are planning to organize another event shortly so we may well put in another call for donations soon.

Here are some photos from our successful day.

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