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Taoyuan's unique Shinto relic
Taiwan was ruled by Japan for half a century until the end of World War II. Dozens of splendid examples of architecture from that era can be found in Taipei (台北) and other cities, yet very little evidence of Shinto – the official religion of Japan throughout the colonial period – has survived.
2009/7/27
The Mangrove Forest of Hongmaogang
The little Hsinchu (新竹) County settlement of Hongmaogang (紅毛港) consists of little more than a police station, a couple of houses and (on weekends) a line of snack stalls facing the Taiwan Strait.
2009/1/8
Li Teng-fang House -- One of the finest surviving examples of a Hakka residence in Taiwan
Driving along the narrow, dead straight lane that leads through the fields from the town of Dasi  (大溪) to Lee Teng-fang House, the town's greatest historic relic, the countryside is strikingly quiet and soporific.
2008/12/11
The Camphor Forests of Dongyanshan and a pit-stop in Fusing
Motoring our way up the mountain roads of Taoyuan (桃園) County, I noted with sadness that most of the mountainsides have been stripped of their original forest cover.
2008/11/20
A two-day motorcycle trip to the North Cross Island Highway
It was a long weekend, and we decided to embark on a motorcycle trip over the Central Mountain Range, using the North Cross Island Highway. We had ample time, and chose a two-day trip.
2008/9/11
Paradise found: Fu Xing's peach orchards, scenic views
As a diehard fanatic for fresh fruit, I can absolutely appreciate how it is so readily available during the summer months in Taiwan.
2008/8/28
Li Tengfang Mansion features traditional Taiwanese architecture
Daxi (大溪) recently drew quite a bit of media attention thanks to political battles over the fate of Chiang Kai-shek's and Chiang Ching-kuo's mausoleums -- and for that matter, their bodies as well.
2008/3/20
Formosa Plastics Group Museum tells story of one of Taiwan's most prominent companies
Feeling like you're in the mood for a combination of a history, science and nature lesson? The three-year-old Formosa Plastics Group Museum, located on the campus of Chang Gung University (長庚大學) in Kwei-shan (龜山), Taoyuan (桃園), offers just that.
2008/1/17
Tiger's Head Hill Park: A pleasant place to spend an afternoon in Taoyuan
It's hard to believe today, but orchards of fruit trees probably once stood where the department stores and swanky new apartment blocks of Taoyuan City (桃園市) now stand.
2007/12/6
Exploring Taoyuan's best-kept secret in Yieheng
To see the most beautiful parts of northern Taiwan, it's generally necessary to get out of the car and walk, but at least one road in the region gives a pretty good glimpse of the magnificent mountains of the island's northern quarter.
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