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Swap - Arrived: 2016.08.22 ---    Alishan township, Chiayi County, Taiwan.

Swap - Arrived: 2016.08.22 --- Alishan township, Chiayi County, Taiwan.

TW-1890074 - Arrived: 2016.03.30   ---   Taipei 101, Xinyi District, Taipe

TW-1890074 - Arrived: 2016.03.30 --- Taipei 101, Xinyi District, Taipe

TWN-9209 - Arrived: 2017.07.24    ---    The Amis are an indigenous people of Taiwan. They speak Amis, an Austronesian language, and are one of the sixteen officially recognized peoples of Taiwanese aborigines. The traditional territory of the Amis includes the long, narrow valley between the Central Mountains and the Coastal Mountains (Huatung Valley), the Pacific coastal plain eastern to the Coastal Mountains and the Hengchun Peninsula. They are the largest indigenous group.

TWN-9209 - Arrived: 2017.07.24 --- The Amis are an indigenous people of Taiwan. They speak Amis, an Austronesian language, and are one of the sixteen officially recognized peoples of Taiwanese aborigines. The traditional territory of the Amis includes the long, narrow valley between the Central Mountains and the Coastal Mountains (Huatung Valley), the Pacific coastal plain eastern to the Coastal Mountains and the Hengchun Peninsula. They are the largest indigenous group.

TWN-8273 - Arrived: 2017.06.04   ---   Alishan Forest Railway is an 86 km network of 62 mm narrow gauge railways running up to and throughout the popular mountain resort of Alishan in Chiayi County, Taiwan.  The railway, originally constructed for logging, is itself a tourist attraction with unique Z-shaped switchbacks, 50 tunnels, and over 77 wooden bridges.

TWN-8273 - Arrived: 2017.06.04 --- Alishan Forest Railway is an 86 km network of 62 mm narrow gauge railways running up to and throughout the popular mountain resort of Alishan in Chiayi County, Taiwan. The railway, originally constructed for logging, is itself a tourist attraction with unique Z-shaped switchbacks, 50 tunnels, and over 77 wooden bridges.

TWN-8232 - Arrived: 2017.06.23

TWN-8232 - Arrived: 2017.06.23

Swap - Arrived: 2017.06.21   ---   Guishan Island or Turtle Island is an island in the Pacific Ocean currently administered under Toucheng Township, Yilan County, Taiwan and located 9.1 km east of port of Gengfang Fishery Harbor. The local population, consisting mainly of fishermen, was relocated in 1977 due to the hardships associated with living on the island. Between 1977 and 2000 it became the site of a military base, and currently it is managed as a tourist destination.

Swap - Arrived: 2017.06.21 --- Guishan Island or Turtle Island is an island in the Pacific Ocean currently administered under Toucheng Township, Yilan County, Taiwan and located 9.1 km east of port of Gengfang Fishery Harbor. The local population, consisting mainly of fishermen, was relocated in 1977 due to the hardships associated with living on the island. Between 1977 and 2000 it became the site of a military base, and currently it is managed as a tourist destination.

Swap - Arrived: 2017.05.30

Swap - Arrived: 2017.05.30

TW-2207685 - Arrived: 2017.04.10

TW-2207685 - Arrived: 2017.04.10

TW-2207570 - Arrived: 2017.03.28

TW-2207570 - Arrived: 2017.03.28

TW-2114009 - Arrived: 2016.12.19   ---   Tatala boat of the Taos, Lanyu, Taitung County, Taiwan.

TW-2114009 - Arrived: 2016.12.19 --- Tatala boat of the Taos, Lanyu, Taitung County, Taiwan.

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