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The Hakka 3D Theater will resume normal operations in June

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  • Publication Date:2020/05/22
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The Hakka 3D Theater will resume normal operations in June

The Hakka 3D Theater of the Taiwan Hakka Museum is resuming its on-site film screenings on holidays but is closed on weekdays.

According to epidemic prevention scheme, contact-information-based measures are in place so visitors are required to fill in the following information when purchasing their tickets.

Full name
Contact number
Number of companions
Admission time

Both the medical and travel histories over the past 14 days of all visitors shall be inspected and verified.

Please wear a face mask, wash your hands, and keep a distance from others of at least 1.5 meters before entering the theater.

The Taiwan Hakka Museum reserves the right to make amendments to its epidemic prevention measures in accordance with the epidemic situation and policies. Any changes will be posted on the official website and FB fan page of the Taiwan Hakka Museum.

Contact-information-based measures and personal data collection during the epidemic prevention period

The Hakka 3D Theater of the Taiwan Hakka Museum (hereinafter referred to as the “museum”) has in place contact-information-based measures during the epidemic prevention period of novel coronavirus in 2020. According to Article 8 of the Personal Data Protection Act (hereinafter referred to as the “Personal Data Protection Law”), the museum shall expressly inform the data subject of the following information when collecting any personal data:

  1. The purpose of the collection:
    To implement contact-information-based regulations, the museum is required to collect your personal data during the period of epidemic prevention.
  2. The time period, territory, recipients, and methods of which the personal data is used:
    During the duration of the collection purpose or the storage period during the execution of business services, the museum is allowed to provide your personal data to health units for epidemic prevention measures. Your personal data will be deleted within two months after the termination of contact-information-based regulations.
  3. The data subject's rights and interests that will be affected if he/she chooses not to provide his/her personal data:
    You are allowed to choose whether or not to provide your personal data. Please note you will not be allowed entry should you refuse to provide your personal data.
  4. Confidentiality of personal information:
    1. Our museum will take all measures it can to protect your personal data. All data collected based on contact-information-based regulations will be stored in a centralized server and will only be provided to health units for conducting epidemic-related investigations.

    2. If your personal information is stolen, leaked, altered, or otherwise violated due to natural disasters, incidents, or other force majeure events, our museum will inform you of the matter via telephone, e-mail, or website announcements, depending on the most appropriate method after thorough investigation.

Notice of entry:

Social distancing: Adopt a checkerboard seating arrangement
Ensure crowd control and management: Less than 100 people permitted per session
Practice personal hygiene and protection: Wear face masks

Film screening dates in June: 6th, 7th, 13th, 14th, 21st, 25th, 26th, 27th, and 28th
The theater will be closed on weekdays
Ticketing: Ticket office located on floor B1

Thank you for your cooperation.

Announcement poster of the film screening date (the content is described above)

Description of contact-information-based measures and personal data collection notice during the epidemic prevention period (the content is described above)