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Published on Dec 22, 2013
The 9th Taipei International Invention Show and Technomart was completed successfully on 29th September. The organizer represented that the four-day exhibition attracted a total of nearly 100,000 visitors, including people who brought their family or friends. It reveals that the concept of invention and innovation is deeply rooted among Taiwanese. This year, there were 1,005 entries from 22 countries. 16 Platinum Award winners, 146 gold medals, 148 silver medals, and 204 bronze medals were awarded. Among them, the union of Kaohsiung City Elementary and Secondary School won 13 trophies, which was the show's biggest winner. National Formosa University, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, and the Institute of Nuclear Energy Research tied for second and each of them won 12 trophies. Yong Ding and Bing-Kuan Hou, who both are students at Paul Hsu Senior High School and invented the Bicycles-Brake System, became the youngest Platinum Award winner and attracted great attention.