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高耀威 Gao Yao-Wei

每次的店長都不一樣,看你有緣遇到哪一個?
There’s always a different store manager, who will you meet?

書粥 Su-Zhou

一間位於長濱的獨立二手書店,老闆高耀威從台南跑到長濱,以非常別緻的方式經營著。自己動手整理房屋,做木工,店內的擺設來自「淘汰品」,卻自個兒有一番風味。書粥最特別之處在於「顧店換宿」的經營方式,甚至在地下室準備了一間房間給暫時店主。除了讓都市的朋友們有一個喘息的空間,更重要的是,店主希望以慢慢滲透的方式,自然而然地讓書粥,進入長濱朋友的生活中。書粥也提供「暫放小孩」的托育服務,書店中的繪本區,可以讓孩子們待上好幾個鐘頭,也常有親子來此共讀。

Owner Gao Yao-Wei came to Changbin from Tainan, and opened the only second-hand bookstore in Changbin. He operates his bookstore in a very unique manner. He personally takes care of all the chores and cleaning in the store, is his own carpenter, and uses discarded items to decorate his store. Thus, creating a unique environment within the bookstore. Su-zhou is run by having individuals run the store in exchange for room and board. The bookstore provides a room in the basement for the temporary store manager. The store owner hopes to not only provide friends from the city a place to rest, but also allow Su-Zhou to slowly become deeply embedded within the lives of friends in Changbin. Su-Zhou also provides a children daycare services, where children can immerse themselves for hours in the bookstore’s picture book section. The picture book section also provides a place for parent and child to read together.

服務項目

書店 Bookstore

顧店換宿 Work for Room and Board opportunity

社區交流 Community Social Center

 

#長濱第一家書店 #每月店長 #生命經驗交換

聯絡方式

  • 聯絡電話|0936-263913
  • 地  址|台東縣長濱鄉長濱村22-1號 Taitung County, Changbin Township, Changbin Village, no.22-1
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營業時間

  • 13:00-19:00
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