Can you imagine the association with the Forbidden City when you are eating? In order to make the collection of cultural relics and life closer, the Forbidden City will join hands with the students of the International School of Kaiping Food and Beverage School in Taipei to innovate the collection of cultural relics on the table.
The cooperation course of the library and school talked about the memorial of the Fujian governor tribute to the Emperor Kangxi. In the 58th year of Emperor Kangxi, the Fujian governor Lu Yilong played Taiwanese mango, but he got Kangxi "know. Panyu (that is, mango) has never been seen, so I have to look at it. It has been seen, it is useless, no need to enter. The approval of the article shows that the fruit does not appeal to Emperor Kangxi. The course further guides students to think about how to let Kangxi Emperor re-recognize Taiwanese fruit if he can "travel through the past" and let students try to make dishes with Taiwanese fruit.
In addition to entering the class, the Forbidden City also leads students to visit the "Shoukang-Hospital Medicine and Cultural Relics Exhibition" in the Forbidden City. Through the medical literature in the hospital, we can further understand that "therapeutic treatment is not cured, then the medicine" and "medicine and food homology" In addition to the ancient people's health wisdom, the National Treasures Experts Palace was invited to design the Cultural Relics and the Palace Museum Cultural Relics Experience Course for students to learn how to develop cultural relics in the industry. At the end of June, Kaiping Restaurant School published the final results of the cooperation with the Forbidden City. Students developed three kinds of creative ideas, such as "Eye Pear", "Emperor" and "Five Elements", and introduced the characteristics and the Forbidden City. The link between the cultural relics is amazing. The Forbidden City said that it expects more schools to cooperate with the Forbidden City to design courses, and the cultural vision of Zhuang University students will also bring the Forbidden City and Taiwanese culture to a wider audience.
In order to cultivate the cradle of Taiwanese professional kitchen staff, Taipei Kaiping Food and Beverage School has recruited international students in 2015 in response to the trend of globalization. Based on the hometown culture, students are trained to understand the catering culture and food production ability of different ethnic groups. Catering talents with an international perspective. Director Xia Wei of Kaiping International Department said that international class students will arrange to go abroad for exchanges every year. It is found that foreign students can explain their cultural context in addition to the characteristics of their own dishes. In contrast, Taiwanese students are interested in cooking and culture. The link is harder to talk about. The cooperation with the Forbidden City means that in the future, when students go abroad for further study, they will not only show their exquisite craftsmanship, but also convey the story behind the cuisine and bring out a truly profound Taiwanese taste.
Source: National Palace Museum