Communities

Community Innovation

Make innovative ideas into real prototypes consisting of electronics, mechanics, firmware, software...

Our mission is to empower creative minds through Maker Education, to create innovative solutions using Open Innovation, and ultimately leading them to become successful Social Entrepreneurs.

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Terrace

Terace is our outdoor activity center

It is a public location where members of a community tend to gather for group activities, social support, public information, and other purposes.

Urban Farming

We believe in decentralizing the agriculture by making every urban citizen to produce his/her own food

Urban agriculture, urban farming, or urban gardening is the practice of cultivating, processing and distributing food in or around urban areas. Urban agriculture can also involve animal husbandry, aquaculture, agroforestry, urban beekeeping, and horticulture.

Urban agriculture can reflect varying levels of economic and social development. It may be a social movement for sustainable communities, where organic growers, "foodies," and "locavores" form social networks founded on a shared ethos of nature and community holism. These networks can evolve when receiving formal institutional support, becoming integrated into local town planning as a "transition town" movement for sustainable urban development

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Chess

Our Chess community is actively training the young minds to grasp the intricacies of the game

It is widely accepted by most historians that the game of chess originated in India in the fifth or sixth century AD.

The earliest known form of chess is two-handed chaturanga, Sanskrit for “the four branches of the army.” Like real Indian armies at that time, the pieces were called elephants, chariots, horses, and foot soldiers. Unlike modern chess, chaturanga was mainly a game of chance; results depended on how well you rolled the dice.

From India, chaturanga spread quickly to Persia, where it was called chatrang. When Arabs invaded Persia in the seventh century, they called it shatranj and popularized it throughout the Arab world. Chess made its way to Europe in the tenth century as a result of the Arab expansion.