The Covid-19 pandemic has sparked consumers’ interest in healthier eating and increased demand for information on functional foods. The journey towards healthy eating may have just begun, but it’s clear that food has enormous impact to transform our health and wellbeing.

Technology and businesses were quick to discover a variety of health foods while finding the “cure” to improve our immune system against infectious diseases like Covid-19.

The International Association for Agriculture Sustainability (IAAS) specially hosted a virtual event on 24th June 2022 to explore the opportunities and challenges in Functional Foods.
This virtual event serves as a platform to offer insight into the functional food for people who are focusing well-being, health, biodiversity, sustainability, and future technologies.

The International Association for Agricultural Sustainability (IAAS) and Asia-Pacific Association of Agricultural Research Institutions (APAARI) held the “Webinar – Sustainable Water Management in Agriculture”. We brought together a diverse background of speakers and we are honored to have more than 400 audiences from 53 countries joining us online in this webinar to explore the common topics related to sustainable development and integrated water management resources.

The “Intelligent Fall Armyworm Monitoring Team” of National Chung Hsing University (NCHU) participated in the World Bank 2020 Agriculture Innovation Challenge organised by the World Bank in April and stood out from 120 teams of 33 countries. The team was selected as one of the top eight of the “Animal and Plant Insect Pest Prediction and Monitoring” Group, won the “Top Innovator Award” allowing Taiwan’s intelligent agriculture to shine in the world.

The Vice-Chairman of IAAS, Dr. Tzong Ru Lee and the Secretary-General of IAAS, Dr. Wee Liang Tan have attended the 68th United Nations (UN) Civil Society Conference at Salt Lake City, Utah and gave a speech about sustainable solutions for challenges of urban life. Dr. Lee and Dr. Tan highlighted the value of blockchain technology to ensure traceability and food security.

  • 06/ 2019

    Co-organize: Smart Food and Value Chain International Conference

    Taichung, Taiwan

Smart Food & Value Chain International Conference held @ National Chung Hsing University Taiwan. Digital trends, market, supply chain and case studies on Smart Food were discussed on 27 June 2019.

  • 12/ 2018

    Speech: Agricultural College Bilateral Seminar

    Kyoto Japan

Jointly, the General Center for Academia-Industry Collaboration of National Chung Hsing University, International Association for Agricultural Sustainability (IAAS) and Institute for Information Industry held a seminar based on “Agricultural Block-chain” at the International Conference Hall of National Chung Hsing University on August 25th.