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Folk Customs and Related Cultural Artifacts
"Each village has its own customs" is a very familiar adage among the Hakka. "Customs" refer to the folk customs. To understand folk customs from the cultural heritage angle, in… More
2007-01-09
Natural Landscape
There is a difference between the natural landscape and the cultural landscape, but there are places where they flow together. Although there must be a clear line drawn between… More
2007-01-09
Antiquities
Are antiquities antiques? What can be called cultural resource antiquities? To tell the truth, antiquities is the hardest topic for me to start talking about. In the past in… More
2007-01-09
Traditional Art
How many years must go by before we can talk of "tradition"? This is the first issue to think about when we consider traditional Hakka art! According to the Preservation Act… More
2007-01-09
Cultural Landscape
The cultural landscape is a piece of cultural heritage with tremendous imaginative power. Some people feel that the concept of cultural landscape is the most difficult, requiring… More
2007-01-09
Historical Sites
Can we talk about historical sites when it comes to Hakka culture in Taiwan? If we equate historical sites with prehistoric archaeological sites, then finding Hakka sites in… More
2007-01-09
Culture and History
Architectural SpaceIn mentioning Hakka architecture, people always think of old houses, more specifically, examples of historical architecture or ancient sites. The three-wing… More
2007-01-09