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Children's Day learning about disaster prevention is informative and fun

Have you decided where to take your kids for the Children's Day? Do you want to experience learning unique disaster prevention knowledge and wonderful parent-child memories?

We recommend visiting the Fire Safety Museum Located at No. 376, Sec. 2, Chenggong Road, Neihu District, the museum will remain open from April 4 to April 5- Inside, there is an earthquake experience room that simulate the shaking of a real earthquake, a smoke experience room, and a small firefighting suit for kindergarten children to take pictures in. In addition, there will be extra interactive disaster prevention games during the Children's Day holiday, making it an ideal choice for a family outing. By learning through fun activities, parents and children can learn various  disaster prevention knowledge together, stay calm in the face of disasters, and minimize disaster losses,  creating a sense of happiness in their lives.

In 2022, there were 1,552 fires in Taipei City. 617 fires (39.8%) were caused by cooking, followed by 497 fires (32%) caused by electricity. The Fire Department hope that the public should have the concept of "people leave, fire off" when cooking , and follow the principle ‘’5 don’ts and 1 no’’ when using electrical equipment: do not overload , do not bundle or break the wires , do not frequently plug and unplug the power outlets , do not pollute the plugs with moisture, do not put combustible materials nearby , and do not buy products without safety labels. For more information, you are welcome to visit the Fire Safety Museum, where there is also easy-to-understand disaster prevention knowledge for children.

You are welcome to bring your children to visit the Fire Safety Museum. For more information, please visit the Fire Safety Museum website (https://fsm.119.gov.taipei). Please use the website or call (02)2791-9786 to make an appointment. We hope everyone will have a fun and meaningful Children's Day.