Black-faced Spoonbill Exhibition at Taiwan Center of Greater Los Angeles

Day 1 at the Taiwan Center of Greater Los Angeles L to R: Big Ball Director Jolan Chou, Taiwan Center CEO Wang Mei-Feng, Big Ball CEO James Tang
L to R:
Big Ball Director Jolan Chou, Taiwan Center CEO Wang Mei-Feng, Big Ball CEO James Tang

Black-Faced Spoonbill Photography Exhibition in LA Confirmed


Come one, come all to see the first BECHA activity in North America….!

Open to public and admission free…!


A South Wind Chaser                                                               追風南行小英雄
The Heroic Journey of “Happy” the Black-Faced Spoonbill      黑面琵鷺的故事
碧波關懷地球人文協會     Big Ball Earth Caring Humanity Association
黑面琵鷺攝影展                Black-Faced Spoonbill Photography Exhibition

10:00am~5:30pm               Taiwan Center Foundation of Great Los Angeles
3001 Walnut Grove Ave. Rosemead CA 91770

10:00am~5:00pm               Culture Center of Taipei Economic and Culture Office in
Los Angeles
9443 Telstar Ave. EL Monte CA 91731

2013/9/23~27—————–四季廣場 三樓 東區第一會館
9:00am~5:00pm                 STC Center 3rd. Floor Seasons Place
18558 Gale Ave. City of Industry 91748

2013/9/28, 10/5.12.19——-核桃市孔孟中文學校
9:00am~12:30pm                Confucius Chinese Language School of Walnut
(Suzanne Middle School)
525 Suzanne Rd. Walnut CA 91789


Black-Faced Spoonbills Exhibition in September

Great news!  The 1st North American Region photography exhibition of Black-Faced Spoonbills by the legendary photographer Mr. Wang Zeng-Ji (王徵吉)will be held in mid-September in LA.  This exhibit will be open to public and is admission free. The children’s book “The Little Hero that Follows the Wind” written by the well-published Taiwanese Writer Ms. Chiang Han-Chen (江涵真) and translated into English by a group of high school students in LA will also be distributed at this Exhibit. More details to follow in the coming weeks.

Big Ball Humanity Association has been established in China

The sister association in China has been established in June, 2013 in order to collect hand woven baby wrapping carriers from the ethnic groups, such as Korean. Experience form the Taiwan sister association will be migrated for collecting near extinct art of making baby wrapping carriers by hand, as well as the caring and teaching for children with special needs in rural country side.

BECHA Website launched

Thanks to helps from BECHA volunteers, we are able to launch this BECHA website before end of 2012.  We welcome viewer feedback to help us improve  how we serve our community of earth caring & humanity. Please send your comments to