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​Deputy Mayors Head Tours at Grass Mountain Water System

​Deputy Mayors Head Tours at Grass Mountain Water SystemThe 2021 Open House Taipei took place on November 27 and 28 at various venues across Taipei City. As a part of the event, the Water Department of Taipei City welcomed a small number of visitors at the Yangming Water Pool – one of the facilities comprising the Grass Mountain Water System and a facility that is rarely open to the general public.
 
For the tours on November 27 and 28, the participants had a chance to meet either Deputy Mayor Tsai Ping-kun or Deputy Mayor Huang Shan-shan, who served as guides for the visiting groups. A total of 60 individuals was chosen from a pool of applicants to take part in the tours.
 
Deputy Mayor Tsai took time to prepare for the tour scheduled for November 27, going over the materials several times before the event. Despite the light drizzle on the day of the tour, the participants enjoyed the experience and asked the deputy mayor to take pictures with them.
 
Meanwhile, Deputy Mayor Huang tapped upon her knowhow as a former journalist, interviewing tour participants about their impressions from the trip. The interviewees were surprised that such a place of beauty – comparable to sites abroad – exists in Taipei City.
 
The Water Department pointed out that the Grass Mountain water system is a city-designated historical site. For the past century, the facility has been faithfully maintained to ensure that it continues to serve as a trusted source of water supply for citizens.
 Deputy Mayors Head Tours at Grass Mountain Water System
 
The 2021 Open House Taipei took place on November 27 and 28 at various venues across Taipei City. As a part of the event, the Water Department of Taipei City welcomed a small number of visitors at the Yangming Water Pool – one of the facilities comprising the Grass Mountain Water System and a facility that is rarely open to the general public.
 
For the tours on November 27 and 28, the participants had a chance to meet either Deputy Mayor Tsai Ping-kun or Deputy Mayor Huang Shan-shan, who served as guides for the visiting groups. A total of 60 individuals was chosen from a pool of applicants to take part in the tours.
 
Deputy Mayor Tsai took time to prepare for the tour scheduled for November 27, going over the materials several times before the event. Despite the light drizzle on the day of the tour, the participants enjoyed the experience and asked the deputy mayor to take pictures with them.
 
Meanwhile, Deputy Mayor Huang tapped upon her knowhow as a former journalist, interviewing tour participants about their impressions from the trip. The interviewees were surprised that such a place of beauty – comparable to sites abroad – exists in Taipei City.
 
The Water Department pointed out that the Grass Mountain water system is a city-designated historical site. For the past century, the facility has been faithfully maintained to ensure that it continues to serve as a trusted source of water supply for citizens.