The crowd were moved by the moment that ccGarden made her debut in documentary form in Taiwan.
ccGarden literally moved Taipei alive on Friday evening. Close to 100 attendees had packed the Nan Hai Gallery. They rushed to their feet as soon as they caught the first glimpse of the performance. The excited people never returned to their seats. The festive atmosphere made the possibility of the seemingly endless high for the spectators, inspired by Chu Yue Hsin, Lim Giong, i/O SoundLab, DJ FISH, Angelika Wang, Kuo Wu, Tyng-Ruey Chuang, and lots of ccGarden’s members.
The promotion of CC license was started in 2003 in Taiwan, and there have been many CC-licensed works now. The Intellectual Property Office of Ministry of Economics also actively assisted in promoting CC license and released its publication with CC license. Creativity platforms such as Pixnet, a photo album web site, Digital Art and Information Center of National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Yam Blog, a blog service provider, HiNet Xuite of Chung-Hwa Telecom. also started to provide the option of CC license for their users. According to statistics, Public Television Service has released 273 video footages; The ccGarden of Street Voice has accumulated more than 423 musical works; the Digital Art and Information Center has 92 column articles in its document library and 25 footages in its media library. The number of CC-licensed works is still increasing.
Chu Yue Hsin & Kuo Wu
i/O Sound Lab + Lim Giong
Tyng--Ruey Chuang & attendees