Jen-Ai Hospital: Tali "Little Prince & Little Princess"
BY JENNIFER CHU
TAICHUNG, JEN-AI HOSPITAL: TALI
Jen-Ai Hospital: Tali held their first "Little Prince
& Little Princess" competition on the Internet
through their bilingual website (http://baby.jah.org.tw).
The competition was fierce and there was a lot of support
from the Internet users. The Prince (Wei-hsiang Hsu) and
Princess (Chian-hui Cheng) were selected on March 13th 2004.
Also, a Canadian infant was selected as the "Little
Ambassador". Jen-Ai Hospital: Tali held a grand coronation
for the new Prince, Princess and the Little Ambassador.
Their cute looks were as popular as the candidates in a
Since the introduction of the Baby Web Nursery by Jen-Ai Hospital:
Tali last year, it has won immerse praise from the public.
The website provides complimentary online photos of newly
born infants with words from their parents so that relatives
around the world can see the infants and share the joy of
the newborn via the Internet. To select the most popular
infant, Jen-Ai Hospital: Tali held the first "Little
Prince & Little Princess" competition on the Internet.
All infants on the Baby Web Nursery qualified as candidates.
As the infants were very cute, the competition attracted
a lot of enthusiastic response through the Internet. In
two months, hundreds of people from all over Taiwan, some
even in other countries (the U.S., Canada, England, Australia,
Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Philippines) voted. One rule was
made very clear, one vote per person; thus, the competition
became very intense. At the end of the competition, Wei-hsiang
Hsu was voted the Prince among 137 candidates who participated,
and Chian-hui Cheng was voted the Princess. Kye Waldron
(half Taiwanese and half Canadian) was voted the Little
Ambassador from voters of seven countries. During the coronation,
hospital superintendent Ming-Yi Chan-Liao crowned the Little
Prince and Princess, and presented the Jen-Ai Passport to
the Little Ambassador. Superintendent Chan-Liao wished every
infant good health and the Baby Web Nursery to grow and provide
more services to more parents and infants.
Jen-Ai Hospital: Tali invited all members of the Baby Web Nursery to the hospital for games and activities. Parents and
infants had to complete puzzles together; fathers had to
help their infants put on their diapers. The whole morning
was filled with laughter. The hospital also held their monthly
flea market, and donated all the proceeds to the Jen-Ai
Foundation to help low-income families and minority groups.
Other activities included: JAH Infertility Lab Q&A,
complimentary ultrasound check-ups, vaccines for children,
an International food fair kindly organized by the ladies
from IWAT. The sponsors included IWAT, Johnson & Johnson,
Discovery Cordblood Bank, BioNet Corp., and McDonald's GuoGuang
Jen-Ai Hospital: Tali: The Baby Web Nursery will provide more
information, services and functions in the future, news
images, and improve the video equipment. Music in the form
of lullabies for infants will also be developed on CD. There
will also be a virtual tour of the VIP wards and the delivery
center, digital photo display, and a website for children.
The hospital will work together with manufacturers of infant
supplies, other hospitals, and medical centers to provide
more and better services.