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Yuli, Hualien (1) Written and photographed/Hsieh Chung Li
Like most of Hakka who migrated to the east from the west, Hakka in Yuli, Hualien grows rice and tea crops for a living. Hakka from Yuli are less conservative and could coexist… More
2006-01-13 /Eastern
Fuli, Hualien (2) Beautiful spots to view Day Lilies and paddy fields, Liowshan Waterfall for hikers/ Written and photographed/ Hsieh Chung Li
Fuli is a sleepy Hakka town located at the tail-end of Hualien County. However, with surging popularity of Day Lily and “Fuli Rice,” the small Hakka town is gaining a reputation… More
2006-01-13 /Eastern
Shaufung, Hualien (3) The prosperous land of Hakka immigrants/Written and Photographed/ Hsieh Chung Li
Shaufung of Haulien along with Funglin, Fuli, and Yuli could be considered a great melting pot of inland migration. There are notable sightseeing spots such as the Carp Pond and… More
2006-01-13 /Eastern
Shaufung, Hualien (4) Leisurely stroll around Shaufung, Hualien/Written and photographed/Hsieh Chung Li
Fontian Village surprisingly does not appear in administration zoning. The name “Three Fontian Villages”, inherited from the times of Japanese occupation, is now called separately… More
2006-01-13 /Eastern
Luye, Taidung (2) The greenery tour of Wuling/Written and photographed/Hsieh Chung Li
Luye and Wuling of Taidung which lie along the old No. 9 provincial highway is a scenic spot forgotten by tourists as most traffic now ply along the new Luye and Beinan highways.… More
2006-01-13 /Eastern
Luye, Taidung (3) Casual bicycle tour of Longtian Village/Written and photographed/Hsieh Chung Li
The eastern vertical valley is an important township for Hakka immigrants after Taiwan was recovered from the Japanese occupation. Many Hakka inhabitants settled in Luye of… More
2006-01-13 /Eastern
Yilan Leisure Track and Field (2) Datung – Yulan
Written and photographed by Hsieh Li Chung   Sansing and Datung areas, on the western side of the mountain on the Lanyang Plain, produce admiral pears, silver willows and Yulan… More
2006-01-04 /Eastern
Chenggong, Taitung (1) Harmonious cohabitation of Hakka and aborigine - Sailfish is of the most well known product of the township
Written and photographed / Hsieh Chung Li   Chenggong Town, Taitung is a fishing port established during the Japanese Occupation. As one stroll along the main street, one… More
2006-01-04 /Eastern
Yilan Leisure Track and Field (1) Disappearing Hakka City in Luodong
Written and photographed / Hsieh Li Chung   Luodong, largely inhabited by Fukienese, would probably be the most impressive settlement among the three centers of the Taiwanese… More
2006-01-04 /Eastern
Yilan Hiking and Cycling Trail (3) Bicycle ride along Yuanshan and Dahu
Written and photographed / Hsieh Li Chung   Yuanshan Village, Yilan is renowned for both fishball noodle and springs. Its rural landscapes, limpid waters and the pristine Fushan… More
2006-01-04 /Eastern