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Let's go to Chutung

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佳真 李

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Transcript of Let's go to Chutung

Let's go to Chutung
Industries//Employers
Unique Culture
Students:Elsa,Remesmee,Anita,Chloe,Carol
Teacher Stephen Hoover

Chutung is an urban township in central Hsinchu County, Taiwan.
Chutung is approximately 20 minutes drive from Hsinchu town centre on one of two freeways, route 3 North, which passes nearby and route 68 East which proceeds directly through Chutung.
Geography
Area :  53.51 km²

population:96,577 people(2013,June)

Population
Agriculture
In the past, Chutung was famous for manufacture camphor.

Camphor

Although rice can be planted everywhere.
Farmers use pure and clean water to plant the rice.

Rice

Crown Museum
Provide artists at home and abroad of normal exhibition on the second floor

The art collection on the third floor
Behind the Cafe toilets are decorated with a literary flavor

10 elementary schools
4 junior high schools
2 senior high schools
Tongtex Secondary High School
National Chutung Senior High School

Schools
Downtown
Tourist sites
Thanks for your listening
Resources from:
10/30 we visit Chutung
1.http://people.chu.edu.tw/~b9017005/new_page_6.htm
2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zhudong,_Hsinchu

PS: Thank you Allen
for being our photographer

Photos
History of Chutung Township
1946-1969
In 1946, Chutung and Baushan became a part of Hsinchu City.

1970-1989
Industrial Technology Research Institute as established at Chutung Township in 1973.

1990-1999
Traditional industries were more and more desolate than before. Chutung was facing a transition pressures.

2000-2013
101 year Jhudong Hakka dumpling festival - Creative dumpling making contest
Before 1850
The old name of Chutung was called “Shu Chi Lin”

1851-1945
Guang-Shuie years in Ching Dynasty, Chutung changed into belong to Hsinchu Country.

101 years Hakka opera Park Holiday Arts Square - "Happy Jhudong our guest," a series of activities

2013 Hsinchu Chutung Lantern
Chutung Central Market
There are a lot of food, vegetables, fruit and preserved food on Chutung Central Market
Chutung Central Market
Chutung Post Office
In charge of Payroll deposit service, Time Deposit Services, School Passbook Savings, etc.

Chutung-Chiu Deep fry pork rib noodle soup
Chutung Township Office
In charge of general civil affairs, mediation, historic sites preservation and archives, etc.
Deep fry pork rib noodle soup

Taiwanese Meatballs

Fei Shan Mountain
popular mountaineering hiking spots.

Fei Shan 462-meter-high
Xiao Rusong House
Garden buildings is Japanese-style.

Each building has its own name,
Green World-Ecological Farm
Swann Lake
Discovery Land Area
Water Plants
Bird Ecological Park
Butterfly Ecological Park
Biodiversity Adventure Area
Fantastic World

Discovery Land Area
Water slide

Resort
Recreational Vehicle

Car Museum

Bird Ecological Park

Butterfly Ecological Park

Chutung Timber Industry
Timber industry had once been one of the most important property in Chutung Township and it was meaningful.

Chutung night market
Chutung libarary
Chutung Timber Industry
Glass factory
Sine 1954 establish "Glass factory". Set glass factory in J. It's process factory to handle limestone and silica sand.

Chutung train station
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