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Swimming on paper / Public welfare design

Swimming on paper
Swimming on paper

Aker, was seven years old and lived on one of the islets. Although he lived on the island, but that he had a great fear of water. A hypermarket was opened near he house, his mother never brought him and shopped there. Because picking up some recyclable cartons to earn money was the only thing they could do. One day, a principal knew this situation about them and told Aker’s mother how to teach him to swim. First, she needed to draw some swimming signs on big recyclable cartons. Then, let Aker follow those signs to learn how to swim and keep practicing. Finally, He knew how to swim and save himself.

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National Taiwan Normal University

National Taiwan Normal University
Taipei City, Taiwan

BING-XUN LI,
National Taiwan Normal University

JIA-WUN LIN,
National Taiwan Normal University

SIE-JYUN TSAI,
National Taiwan Normal University