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Haroma / Input diffuser


Minority cultures are disappearing around the world. This phenomenon is more severe among islands, and it is necessary to preserve the beautiful and special culture of the Hakka, one of Taiwan's minorities. This product raises the public's curiosity through the special floral scent of the Hakka people. The stick is inserted into the main unit through an input diffuser, where water rises up the stick, and at the end, the stick blooms and delivers its scent throughout the room. This is a way to make it more widely known by combining with the products that modern people need.


Yeungnam University

Yeungnam University
Gyeongsan-si, South Korea

Cheolhee Lee,
Yeungnam University