"Give a child fish to eat, it is better to teach him how to fish with a fishing rod." This sentence may have harmed the child's life. Thinking about this sentence carefully, this concept of "letting children have skills" is exactly the big problem in Taiwan's education: learning is for use, to make money, as a guarantee for survival. Therefore, we have trained batches of "human resources"
like replica cans, but there are few "talents" who have the ability to think independently and solve problems. It even trains batch after batch of wedding photo retouching services children who are at a loss to the future and self, and then finds that their attitude towards various things is utilitarian and indifferent. If we feel that the above statement is too arbitrary, then we must ask ourselves,
is this our attitude when we view Taiwan's young clubs? "Win glory for the country", "You can play professional baseball when you grow up", "It's good to play well, but it doesn't matter if you don't read well"... Is baseball, in our unknowing concept, just a "skill" , so that these children have a way out in the future? And we, have we forgotten something in the process? IMG_5922