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Ozzie Su

in Taipei city

ZAShare: Learn to be not taught to fit

PRESENTED ON AUG 31, 2019
IN TAIPEI @ VOL 40

As chubby as he is witty, Ozzie, a middle-aged slashie who has left his six failed business attempts behind, keeps making strides on the path to his dream. He is also known as “Principal Sweet Potato” — due partly to his bulky figure and mainly to his founding of ZA-Share, an unconventional school that is set to revolutionize education as it is.

Ozzie is also a zealous learner who is not afraid to sound clarion call for innovations and actions outside the system. One of his strongest beliefs is that art holds the key to solving social problems, as it is capable of creating social impact and thus achieving transformation. He is devoted to curating and interdisciplinary integration among cultural economy, innovative education, social design, branding and more.

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