[Conversation of Future Big Figures 2222-Residence] What is the justice of living in 200 years? Can you live willfully and resiliently?

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According to the statistics of the United Nations, until 2050, about 2/3 of the world’s people, that is, 9.7 billion people, will live in dense cities. The world will operate in a more complicated and faster manner, or it will be static. Everything will be driven by AI and artificial intelligence. Flow in the air?

Will it be that 200 years later, our world will only have everything transformed by technology, no plants, no animals, and people will use AI to travel through wormholes, enter the metaverse to work, and travel through wormholes to return home to live in a day built by AI thinking? A different “home” every day.

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The three-way living navigator stirs up the appearance of future living

Aging society, extreme climate, various needs of diverse ethnic groups… How can a city meet the overwhelming challenges? Starting from the corner of the city, how to move forward with resilience and self-will in future living? Listen to a [Dialogue 2222] lecture at the front of the residential avenue, where “modern practitioners” and “future great figures” lead the way, and through their vision, they can glimpse the justice of future human living.

Huang Shanshan, the former deputy mayor of Taipei City, took the role of “modern practitioner”. In the practice of urban renewal, what construction and policies are taking place that take into account both economic and environmental sustainability? What are the anticipated problems of an aging society that young people are not immune to, and how will government policy respond? What important constructions and effects does the ideal future city have?

Since the age of 25, Guo Shucheng, the head of Xinhu Village, Xizhi District, New Taipei City, who has been actively managing the “lonely and lacking applause” village, is also a big figure in the future in 2022. He will cut in from the perspective of a small community and see how local corners or shared spaces can be cultivated. A sense of belonging and the promotion of social equality, how to create and shape a suitable environment from a small place in the future?

And the 2022 future figure who breaks through the public’s stereotypes of the disabled – He Bingqi, the chair man, will lead the audience to experience “there are no obstacles, only the environment of obstacles” through personal experience and trials. And he described what kind of friendly conditions should be in the future residence he expects. Will it be possible that in the future technology, barrier-free facilities will no longer be considered, because barrier-free facilities are everywhere?

[Modern Practitioner] Huang Shanshan, former deputy mayor of Taipei City,
“Be a person within the system, and become a person who changes injustice from within.” A sentence from a university professor made her resolutely enter the political arena. He worked as a lawyer and entered the hall of Taipei City Council at the age of 28. Now, he continues to uphold “doing the right thing” and light up the city of Taipei with faith.

[Future Big Man] He Bingqi, YouTuber of the Chairman channel, 2022 Future Big Man.
He challenges the physical limits of surfing, rock climbing and other activities, breaking through the public’s stereotypes of the disabled, and also encourages the disabled to live positively. Through the film, more people realize the importance of barrier-free, and bring more substantive discussions and imaginations about the integration of the future society.

【Future Big Man】Guo Shucheng, head of Huxing District, Xizhi District, New Taipei City, 2022 future big man
Guo Shucheng, who became the head of the village at the age of 25, what kind of different future will his practice bring? He hopes that when people talk about politics, they realize that it’s not just politics on TV news, but also public affairs in life, and that’s where most people can get involved and make a difference.

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