Dr. Ichiro Ikegami Library
The Dr. Ichiro Ikegami Library, located since 2001 in a wooden building at the train station in Jhutian Township (竹田鄉), a Hakka district in Pingtung County, is a miniature… More
Niulanhe Riverside Park
Niulan River (牛欄河) originates from Longtan District in Taoyuan City, flows through Guanxi Township (關西鎮) in Hsinchu County, and joins Fengshan Creek (鳳山溪). It is one of the main… More
Zhutian Station Cultural Park
Zhutian Railway Station, located in Zhutian Township, Pingtung County, was first built in 1919. It was originally named Dunwuyi (頓物驛), which means a place to store goods in the… More
Lintianshan Forestry Culture Park
The Lintianshan Forestry Culture Park is famous for having the most intact logging base in Taiwan. In the park, there are not only rich cultural relics such as various logging… More
Xiao Ru-song Art Park
Xiao Ru-song, born in 1922, from Beipu Township in Hsinchu County, was a Taiwanese Hakka contemporary watercolor artist. From 1950, his work took in Impressionism, Cubism and… More
Taitung County Hakka Museum
The Taitung County Hakka Museum is located in Chishang Township. It was set up by the Hakka Affairs Council and Taitung County Government with a joint investment of NT$165 million. More
Meinong Hakka Cultural Museum
Meinong’s Hakka culture is well-known for being among the best-preserved in Taiwan. More than 90% of the population in the district is of Hakka origin. More
Meinong Cultural and Creative Center
The Meinong Cultural and Creative Center is located in Meinong District of Kaohsiung City, at the intersection of the old street Yong’an Road and Zhongzheng Road. It was the place… More
Zhao’an Hakka Cultural Hall
Lunbei Township, Erlun Township and Xiluo Township of Yunlin County are the areas in Taiwan with the largest population of “Zhao’an Hakka” people. In order for the history,… More
Taiwan Hakka Museum
Located in Miaoli’s Tungluo Science Park, Taiwan Hakka Museum officially opened to the public on May 12, 2012. The museum serves as a global Hakka center for cultural exchange and… More