- Chiayi - Wikipedia
Chiayi (Hokkien POJ: Ka-gī; Chinese: 嘉義), officially known as Chiayi City, is a provincial city located in the plains of southwestern Taiwan Formerly called Kagee during the late Qing dynasty and Kagi during the Japanese era (Chinese and Japanese: 嘉義), its historical name is Tirosen
- Tourism Bureau, Republic of China (Taiwan)
The Tourism Bureau of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications and the National Performing Arts Center sign a first-ever alliance to promote cultural tourism
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- Hsinchu - Wikipedia
In 1626, after Spain occupied northern Taiwan, Spanish missionaries arrived at Teckcham (Chinese: 竹塹; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tek-khàm), where the Taokas Taiwanese aborigines lived The city was first settled by Han Chinese in 1711, during Qing rule In 1878, Teckcham Subprefecture was converted into a district and renamed Hsinchu After Fujian-Taiwan Province was established in 1887, Hsinchu was a
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The practice of selling bargain commodities in this area at nights began as early as the 1950s Located in Dagangpu, Hsinhsing District, it used to be known as the Dagangpu Night Market, until it got bigger and became the Liuhe Night Market The area is now known as the oldest shopping district in Kaohsiung, which covers the Central Post Office, Kaohsiung Railway Station, and Hsinhsing Market