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Nisha Ligon Congratulations ! I really find this inspiring and It s been a while that I did not read a well-thought project. Education is primordial for every children and all around the world. That will lead to faced a lot of additional issues : hunger, violence, war .... and it is important to give the same education to everybody. You should also think to implement your project in other countries because I m sure it will be successful, as in India for example.

However, are not you afraid that this transmission of knowledge via technology take over the transmission via a class, a speaker? how do you envisage the limits of the project if it has a lot of success? How do you limit it to emergency situation?


Camille commented on Observation and Reflection of Museum of Sex

Dear Yu-Hsuan Lin , thanks for your article, it is very interesting and I took great pleasure in reading it.
Art and culture are very good means of expression in the face of this kind of problem and allow us to approach the subject from different angles. in fact, although access to art is complicated, it remains accessible to all those who show interest in it. It is both a playful means (because going to see an exhibition is more considered as an activity than as a constraint) and can easily succeed the interest of these observers on the subjects in question. It is a way to free the subject of the sex in the world and think of all the problems that it entails (diseases, abuses ...). After that you have to think about an idea for involved people and not just to warn them. As part of an exhibition raising the problems that this challenge deals with, it might be interesting to imagine a sequel for people involved in solving these problems around the world.