Jamin Kim, a senior majoring in political science in NTU, is a Korean native. He studied in a Taiwanese school in Korea, so he has a good command of Taiwanese culture and language. He thinks of himself as a half Taiwanese; thus, he has a deep affection for Taiwan, and has always wanted to find a way to improve the Taiwanese society.
Since credentialism prevails in Asia, many Taiwanese parents are concerned about their children’s education. However, Taiwan’s education department lacks an organized way to transmit their ever-changing educational information and policies to parents. Another problem is that such information is centralized mostly in cities, thus creating a huge information gap between urban and rural areas. To solve this problem, Kim decided to combine technology with education. He launched a venture to enhance the penetration of education information and to bridge the long-existing information gap.