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  • 2022/06/03
    May health be like a dumpling leaf, enfolding to surround you; may bliss like a burst of dumpling fragrance, enduringly encompass you. Have a memorable Dragon Boat Festival!
  • 2022/05/20
    The data of KIT-M36 (in Wave 3) has been released. We highly appreciate the support and contribution from the research team and our study participants, both parents and children. We believe that the data can inform social policies in Taiwan related to child health and welfare. For more information, please visit the Survey Research Data Archive, Academia Sinica, at https://srda.sinica.edu.tw/datasearch_detail.php?id=3419
  • 2022/05/08
    Mothers hold their children’s hands for a short while, but their hearts forever. Happy Mother’s Day to all moms, everywhere, for everything you do!
  • 2022/04/02
    On April 1, 2022, the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, NTNU, held a press conference to announce the KIT latest findings on children’s use of electronic devices, including the length of time spent watching TV and using tablet computers/smartphones. Please visit https://kit.hdfs.ntnu.edu.tw/CN/Media.aspx for more details.
  • 2022/04/01
    May the innocence that they hold stay forever in their pure heart and bring the best out for each and every one of them. Happy Children’s Day to everyone celebrating.
  • 2022/03/31
    The KIT Newsletter has just published its latest issue at https://kit.hdfs.ntnu.edu.tw/CN/Newsletter_content.aspx?es=28. We invite you to visit the page to read articles. One of the articles is a guide to This Quiet Lady, a storybook written by Charlotte Zolotow and illustrated by Anita Lobel about a little girl who looks at photographs of her mother at different ages. Click https://youtu.be/FiTxk_1EBqE to listen to it. This issue also includes a brief overview of the Québec Longitudinal Study of Child Development (QLSCD) in Canada which follows a cohort of children born in Québec in 1997-1998 in order to understand the factors that can influence their development and well-being from 5 months to about 25 years of age. There are other items of interest: a summary of several KIT findings and a feature on Assistant Professor Chih-Wen Wu at the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, NTNU. If you enjoy reading the KIT Newsletter, please share it with your friends!