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Mackerel Knowledge

http://www.ctnet.com.tw/suao-fish/suao-fish2.htm

    The Mackerel has extensive use. It can be used as an ingredient in cooking, or it can be processed into canned foods, and Mackerel cakes etc. (Chinese)

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History of Nan-Fang-Ao

http://mackerel.e-land.gov.tw/53af.htm

    Nan-Fang-Ao was originally a fishing village occupied by the Ping-Pu Tribe after being subject to suppression by the Han Chinese. During the Japanese colonial period, Nan-Fang-Ao Fishing Port opened and attracted fishermen from elsewhere to engage in fishing and settle down there. (Chinese)

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Mackerel's Hometown

http://www.design-mall.com.tw/work/cologo/lovefish/28.html

     Nan-Fang-Ao Port is surrounded by mountains on three sides, and the west is in close vicinity to Su-Ao Port. There are versatile types of fish shoals particularly the Mackerel, thus, it is also known as ¡§Mackerel's Hometown¡¨. (Chinese)

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Mackerel Nutrition

http://mackerel.e-land.gov.tw/53ad.htm

    Mackerel has high DHA and EPA contents. It reduces cholesterol, and blood adipose contents. It also prevents cardiovascular diseases. Fish-eating is thus beneficial to health. Moreover, Mackerels are affordable. Daily consumption helps prevent disease and preserve health.   (Chinese)

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Mackerel Introduction

http://www.ilan-travel.com.tw/ilan-travel/subject/mackerel/2004/intro.html

      Mackerel is otherwise known as Scombridae, and Scomber.  Two species found in our country: Scomber australasicus and Scomber japonicus. (Chinese)

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Nan-Fang-Ao Harbors

http://www.lanyangnet.com.tw/coast/html/13.htm

    The fishing port is situated south of Su-Ao International Port. It is an important base for inshore sea and deep-sea vessels. It accommodates over 1,000 fishing vessels and is one of the three major fishing ports in the country.  (Chinese)

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Mackerel Festival

http://mackerel.e-land.gov.tw/

    Nan-Fan-Ao Mackerel Festival attracts approximately 100,000 tourists annually as Nan-Fan-Ao is the largest fishing port in the eastern coast of Taiwan. It is thus reputed as Mackerel's Hometown. (Chinese)

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Mackerel Geography

http://www.ftv.com.tw/fish/01.htm

     Nan-Fang-Ao Fishing Port is situated southeast of Su-Ao Township. It is an important base for inshore and deep-sea fishing. It is also considered one of the three major Fishing Ports in Taiwan connected to the island across by a tombolo to form a land-tied island. A natural pier is thus created. It is surrounded by mountains on three sides, and the sea on one side with unique sceneries. (Chinese)

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Fisheries Information

http://www.fa.gov.tw/eng/index.php

     The original goal of the website was to establish that the need on strengthening public services and exchange of international and domestic fisheries information.

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TVBS News: Fishery economics

http://www.tvbs.com.tw/news/news_list.asp?no=suncomedy20050218115849

   Fishery economics is a prerequisite in studies related to fishery problems. In terms of consumer spending, it has to compete against other industries. (Chinese)

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Mackerel Recipe

http://www.socialwork.com.hk/food/seafood/sf1/green04.htm
http://www.socialwork.com.hk/food/seafood/sf1/green03.htm
http://www.ilan-travel.com.tw/ilan-travel/subject/mackerel/page7

     Introduction of how to cook Mackerel. Just like "BBQ Lemon Mackerel", "Miso BBQ Mackerel", and so on.  (Chinese)

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YAHOO! Answers
http://tw.knowledge.yahoo.com/question/?qid=1305092302429

   You can ask any thing in YAHOO! Answers. We ask about how to eat Mackerel is better. (Chinese)

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