In the past few days, the controversy in Hsinchu Stadium has attracted everyone's attention. Including the location of the drainage ditch in the field, the soil of the pitcher's mound, the stones in the outfield, etc. Although this field has been renovated, it is difficult to use. When players exercise on the field, many problems will occur. A similar problem occurred not long ago at the Taipei Arena, where home runs were likely to hit the roof; Taoyuan Stadium's outfield faces west, and players are forced to look directly at the sun in the early evening. It seems that the Taiwan government is building the stadium, and it seems that something is wrong. And this problem does not seem to be an isolated case. There have been problems in the stadium one after another. This is a systemic problem. Problems like this cannot be solved by looking for someone to hold them accountable. Maybe a certain civil servant gets it, but he may get a promotion; what will the succeeding civil servant do if he encounters a similar bid? Probably take it out and copy it again, and the same problem will keep repeating itself. In the next golf course, there will definitely be various usage problems. Such systemic problems should be addressed by institutions.
I believe that many people will think that if such improper design mistakes are to be avoided, the team should be seen in the design stage before Special Database construction, listen to the team's opinions, and incorporate it into the planning. Sure, this approach can solve some problems, but what if the team just didn't see it when they came to see it? Or, some problems didn't exist in the first place, and the players couldn't give their opinions, and after the renovation was completed, only to find that the drainage gutter appeared out of thin air next to the outfield - what should I do? Furthermore, the player's profession is to play ball, and he can tell you what kind of turf and clay are more comfortable to play on the court, but they may still not be able to give professional advice on more detailed architectural planning; or, their "Feeling" does not necessarily translate into actual "planning". ar other countries are built, what structures or planning features can we refer to, and what needs to be adjusted and modified ?
This should be looked at more fully. Hsinchu Baseball Stadium problems are frequently reported, 7/24 Weiquan postpones the game against Fubon Photo Credit: WebMD After two games in Hsinchu Municipal Baseball Stadium, there were a lot of problems. From the 24th, the home game of Hsinchu Weiquanlong will be called Even so, Taiwan's public affairs system often tries to figure out what it wants. If the opinion of the chief is at odds with these stakeholders, civil servants may go to scholars who have often cooperated in the past to make plans, in order to plan a design that suits the chief’s preferences; but such a design can really meet the needs of the players or teams. use? This may not have been taken into account.