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Island of Fish

綻放真臺灣5:魚之島 (Taiwan to The World)國際記錄片製播及人才培育計畫,
為NGC與外交部共同合作,2015年2月將推出第五季 「Island of Fish 魚之島」

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綻放真臺灣5:魚之島 (Taiwan to The World)國際記錄片製播及人才培育計畫,為NGC與外交部共同合作,
2015年2月將推出第五季 「Island of Fish 魚之島」,主題包括:
臺灣得天獨厚的魚類生態、豐富多彩的觀賞魚、臺灣捕魚團隊之跨國捕魚實況、
高經濟價值魚類養殖科技突破、以及魚料理的極致追求,
片中呈現驚心動魄的史詩冒險之旅,以及台灣人冒險犯難、不斷創新的精神。


Fish are involved in almost every aspect of life in Taiwan. Some fishermen brave typhoons to catch them, while others venture across the world to fill their nets. At home, others use them to prepare varieties of local dishes, and breed the most ornamental ones for show and for sale. They are even a part of medical research, possibly changing lives in the future. Fish are, quite simply, part of the culture. Taiwan – Island of Fish.
綻放真臺灣5:魚之島系列共五集紀錄片,
總計6小時節目 (第一集兩小時,其他四集各為一小時)
2月2日至3月2日,連續五週,逢週一排播 含一次晚間首播及2次重播

Big Catch

Big Catch

37 fishermen from 6 nations, at sea for two years, up to 5000 miles from home. Their vessel: an aging trawler they have to struggle with constantly to keep afloat. Their only goal: every thirty days to return to port with a catch of 900 tonnes of skipjack and yellow fin tuna.

Promised Fish

Promised Fish

Mahi mahi migrate past Taiwan every year. Unfortunately their passing coincides with the typhoon season. Captain Chen Yi-wei, whose father was known as the King of Mahi Mahi, goes out in all weathers to catch these fish. Dr Jiang Wei-chuan braves the sea with him, even in typhoons, trying to find out more about this little-known fish.

Amazing Aquarium

Amazing Aquarium

Nowhere are more ornamental fish bred than in Taiwan. Amateur breeder Wu Chin-hung brings his prize fish to an international championship in China, while Dr Lin Yu-ho, a professional breeder, exports his fish around the world. It’s no easy task - what challenges do they meet along the way? Lin’s livelihood depends on his continued success - and can Wu bring home the prize?

Fishy Cuisine

Fishy Cuisine

As people eat more fish and the oceans produce less fish, aquaculture is going to mainstream. One Taiwanese fish farmer stands apart. Liu Tian He raises fish a special way. Not to make money, but to make people healthier. Entrepreneur Michael Lai has spent years searching for a way to turn the fish waste into treasure. He believes the Taiwan tilapia has the answer. Each man dreams of doing well, by doing good. But can these innovators propel their visions from concept to reality

Fish made-to-order

Fish made-to-order

As fish stocks are depleted, the Taiwanese are learning to adapt. These seafood-loving islanders are beginning to enjoy even common varieties and their chefs are finding ways to prepare fish without waste. But can they change before it’s too late?

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