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Wanhua New Immigrants' Hall
Address : No. 171, Section 2, Changsha Street, Wanhua District, Taipei City (including the 1st, 3rd, and 4th floors) / No. 280-3, Sec. 1, Huanhe S. Rd., Wanhua Dist., Taipei City
Opening hours Every : Tuesday to Sunday 09:00~17:00。
Telephone :  02-23701046
Fax. : 02-23716725

Shilin New Immigrants' Hall 
Address : No. 75, Dadong Rd., Shilin Dist., Taipei City 
Opening Hours : 9 AM to 5 PM Tuesday to Sunday
Telephone : 02-28837750、02-28831735
  
Facilities
(1) Service Counter:  staffed on rota basis by volunteer workers and interpreters specialized in English, Vietnamese, Thai and Indonesian, providing quick consultation or translation service and a number of new residents related advocacy materials.
(2) Light Cooking Area:  New residents are welcomed to use home appliance on-site to cook home dishes and share with friends.
(3) Internet Surfing Area:  dedicated area for online access, with guided instruction to help new residents obtain information in their home countries. 
(4) Study Room:  used for new-resident-related classes or activities organized by institutional groups. 
(5) Children's Playroom:  a safe and friendly activity space where new residents can leave their children to play freely when visiting or attending classes at the hall. This would allow new residents to concentrate on their learning and studying. 
(6) The Grand Hall (Wanhua):  for larger group activities or lectures.
(7) Multi-cultural Space 1 (Shilin):  can be used for dancing, new-resident-related classes or activities.
(8) Multi-cultural Space 2 (Shilin):  can be used for workshop, new-resident-related classes or activities.
(9) 201 Exhibition Room (Shilin):  for new-resident-related exhibitions.
(10) Multifunctional Art and Culture Studio (Wanhua campus) provides a space for new immigrant to dance, host events, and mingle.
 
Benefit Analysis  
1. With the support system available at the New Immigrants's Hall that provides an environment closer to their homelands, new immigrants can obtain all kinds of information about their home countries and Taiwan. They will be able to avoid isolation or stay off the underprivileged image to further assist other currently local or future new immigrants adapting to the life in Taiwan, their new home.
2. To assist new immigrants adapt to the Taiwan society and to advise on the lifelong learning concept. Everyone will understand the variety of resources available and the social customs at the city. Implements the caring policies issued by the government to realize the promise that makes this city a healthy place.