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Visit to rural art works

Hsichou has two small villages which are full of humanities and arts atmosphere. One is called Santiao Village, and the other is called Xicuo Village, which are close to National Highway No. 1 and Taiwan Line No.1, and the transportation is convenient. Because of the presence of artists and efforts of local development association, there many amazing corners in the villages, including Siao San the Farmer, Taiwan Buffalo, rest station of Taiwan Trunk Line, owl money boxes etc. In addition to Flower Expo, you can go the street to eat some snacks, but also do not miss wonderful Santiao Village and Xicuo Village!

Let's go! Visit to rural art works ...

Santiao Village

Santiao Village has a more profound cultural history than other districts in Hsichou. There is the police station and dormitories which were built during the Japanese Colonial Period. They are the buildings of Taisho Era, Chaoyang House and the three dormitories for Santiao public school staff. Sanjo Police Station is the only Japanese ancient architecture which is reserved and is currently in service in Taiwan. Although there are many beautiful historical buildings, the rural population continues to migrate due to industrialization and modernization, and the village is sparsely populated. The courtyard enclosed in three directions became ruins.

It is pity for such village to decline! Hsichou's "Cizai Aqueduct Industry Cultural Association", applied for expenditures to the Ministry of Culture, and created many works with rural theme in the village, with horticulturist, calligrapher and graduate students of the art universities.

1. Aqueduct Water Show

The iron work of "Aqueduct Water Show" is hung on the external wall of the barbershop opposite to Sanjo Police Station. It was written by calligrapher Guo-long Yan, and the handwriting is vigorous and bold. During creation, the calligrapher considered the contrast between the works and sunshine color. In the sunlight, ink painting effect may change with different shadows
However, the local residents initially thought the color is unlucky, because the work color is black. The calligrapher also felt somewhat frustrated, but eventually the villagers are used to it as time passes.
This work is unique because it combines the circle with water waves as the background. The "circle" symbolizes the "sunrise and sunset" and "water waves" symbolizes old Jhuoshuei River, Jhuoshuei River and Santiaozhen River, meaning water is closely related to the local livelihood, and village clusters.

2. Black Mud Monster

This work was created by Hsichou local director Kai-di Chuang with the driftwood picked up from Jhuoshuei River. The inspiration is from the story that in the past if children do not eat, they will be captured by the monster.






3. Siao San the Farmer

Siao San the Farmer was built by Chia-hui Chen, Yu-lan Su, and Pin-yun Chiu of the Tainan National University of the Arts with local scrap irons and farm tools. The young people came to the villages to collect and reuse the scraps for creation. This creation can protect environment, and deliver a new courtyard




4. Nostalgic kitchen

Here show the nostalgic cooking utensils. Next to the kitchen range and stoves and pots, there is an egret staring at them as if it wants to steal the water. The utensils are painted with white circle to let visitors know that it is a work of art not junk.





5.Black Mud Buffalo

At the historic police station, one Taiwanese buffalo which was created by Shih-lung Hsieh with mud is under one hundred year-old mango tree. Its horns are real ones and the body is made of cement mixed with black mud. The theme of work is the black mud of Jhuoshuei River. An egret stands next to the buffalo. It is made of plastic bags, which are replaced from time to time. It is equipped with wires and small bulbs so that the police station at night is particularly lively. At the historic police station, one Taiwanese buffalo which was created by Shih-lung Hsieh with mud is under one hundred year-old mango tree. Its horns are real ones and the body is made of cement mixed with black mud. The theme of work is the black mud of Jhuoshuei River. An egret stands next to the buffalo. It is made of plastic bags, which are replaced from time to time. It is equipped with wires and small bulbs so that the police station at night is particularly lively.

6.Rat Snake Tianfu

In the early time, residents built houses with soil, and rich persons used red bricks. The earliest red bricks were fired with firewood. This wall has a story. The artists painted it with crayons instead of paint which may be easily damaged. In the past, the surname of the adjacent families is Chong. It is said that one day two rat snakes came to a Chong family, and since then the family began to flourish. This is properly because the snakes bought good luck. Later, the rat snakes left for other families. Now, no one knows where the snakes. This legend attracts people to know the stories of Hsichou.

    ❀Trip
  1. This trip is outdoor. It is recommended to bring umbrellas and drinking water if you are going there in summer. Please do not disturb the local residents when you visit.
  2. How to arrive Santiao Village: It is near the National Highway No.1 and Trunk Line. You can set GPS. After parking, get off from car and go to the nearby works for visiting. If you cannot find them, please ask the police or the surrounding residents.
  3. Sanjo Police Station: No.5, Nanjiujia Ln., Santiao Vil., Hsichou Township, Changhua

Xicuo

At first, when the teacher told us to go to visit Xicuo, I found that I knew little about Xicuo. When I arrived there, I looked around, and found it is the same as other villages. Later, two guides, one of them carried a camera, led us and introduced Xicou to us.

First, we came to a rest area, where there are wooden tables and chairs. It is like a pavilion. The pictures on the walls show the situation of 30-40 years old. This area is nostalgic. On the left, there are some traditional buildings "soil houses". The spotted texture and iron sheet on the roofs witnessed the history. The eave groove can lead the rainwater to the water tower (owl shaped) at the exit. This can save water and beatify the community.

Then, the narrators took us to a park. In the park, there is a stone pillar caved with "Lu", because the surname of most of the people who live in the Lu Lane is Lu. Now, people seldom use a surname to name a place.

We walked and reached a black bean field. There are many beetles on the bean leaves. Black beans can protect hair, and relieve internal heat and improve eyesight. It is good for health. And then we moved on, there is a track on the road, which was used for the small trains carrying sugarcane about 20 years ago! Looked up, we saw a lot of lanterns because 30th anniversary temple fair will be held!

Followed the narrators, we saw a ditch. On the left of it, there is a stone tablet. In fact, there is a story about the stone tablet: A long time ago, accidents often occurred near the ditch road, and no one knew the cause. One day, a stone tablet appeared on the ditch. The people took it and worshiped it. Since then, no accident occurred. This is the origin of the stone tablet.

After left the ditch, we came to an uncle's house, and saw a lot of wood and nails on the ground. The uncle was knocking nails into the woods. The narrators told us the uncle is blind because he suffered measles at his age of three or four years old. However, he is not demoralized. He continues to do what he wants. Now he repairs electrical appliances, and the highest charge is only 150 TWD, He is a persistent and nice person.





Experience

After listening to the introduction of Ms. Wan-ping Wu, we knew that many artists spent their energy in these works of art, and these works attract many tourists to visit the three art villages. We also thank Ms. Wan-ping Wu for telling us the stories. Even these small villages can also have many stories. The most impressive story is the iron work of "Santiaozhen Water Show" on the external wall of the barbershop. The work created by the artist shows the hard work of the farmers. The work is really admirable. For Rat Snake Tianfu, the artist used crayons instead of paint, and this protects environment and brightens the red-brick wall. These artists have vitalized these inconspicuous corners of Santiao Village, and created various works with rural images. Thus, these corners have become novelty. If you come to Hsichou, do not miss these beautiful small villages! In the next, we saw a hundred years longan tree, a grand temple ceremony, parsley and rape fields... Then the narrator took us back to Xicuo Community, which is surrounded by many flowers, and there are many piggy banks and fish and water symbiosis system. When entering the left side, sweet potato noodles were being dried. Today we have learned a lot.
After visiting Xicuo, I have learned that Xicuo is not just an ordinary countryside, it has a 30-40 years of history and culture. I am impressed by the lively ritual activities, beautiful natural farmlands and the strong-willed and optimistic people.

    ❀ Trip
  1. This trip is outdoor. It is recommended to bring umbrellas and drinking water if you are going there in summer. Please do not disturb the local residents when you visit.
  2. The Xicuo Community Development Association provides group tour and DIY of sweet potato noodles. For more details, see "Xicuo Community" of the Facebook fan page.
  3. Xicuo Community Location: No.357, Sec. 2, Zhongshan Rd., Xicuo Vil., Hsichou Township

Chenggong Inn

It exhibits history and culture of Hsichou, as well as an ideal base for exchange of countryside vision, said Mr. Sheng Wu, the famous poet of Hsichou. The predecessor of the Agriculture Bookstore is Chenggong Inn, which was an organization of "I Love Hsichou", consisting of the farmers who loved countryside. They renovated the Inn which has a history of 90 years. The Inn held various activities, such as photo exhibition to display old photos of Hsichou, and salons etc. Afterwards, the Inn was changed to Agriculture Bookstore. The Bookstore sells agricultural books, old books and local food such as: "Shangshui Rice", "Happy Pear"

Bookstore origin

During the Japanese Colonial Period (1921), Hsichou had a "Yangzhen Hospital", which has an area of more than 66m2. Its gate is erected with four carved columns and the indoor and outdoor spaces are symmetrical, and it looks simple but grand. After shutdown, the hospital was resold to Mr. Chao-yong Lin. He converted it into Dalin Inn. In 1959, Mr. Wan-cheng Chen took over the Inn and changed its name to "Chenggong Inn."

He took the name of the Inn from the word "cheng" in his name. At that time, half of the Inn is current Japanese houses, and the other half is business shops" which was removed in 1962. Chenggong Inn had been closed. In the 1940s and 1950s, Taisugar was set up in Hsichou, and brought prosperity. After relocation of the sugar factory, the sugar industry was declined, and the Inn has been shut down. After 30 years, the Inn was re-opened again.

The young people have found the Inn is full of history and memories, and with farmers established a community with a slogan of "I Love Hsichou". Under the strong support of the township office, Chenggong Inn was "dressed up". The renovation process is complicated and difficult, but the Inn has been revitalized. The results are good. The Inn maintains nostalgic appearance and furnishings, but also adds a strong artistic atmosphere. The interior furnishings call up the memories of old people, while young people feel all is new. The rooms, equipment, dial telephones on the desks and price list on the walls and furnishings are nostalgic, making people return to the past times, showing the previous prosperity of Chenggong Inn!


Now, Chenggong Inn is a new look, it is "Agriculture Bookstore", as well as headquarters of "Hsichou Shangshui Co.".

Concept and development

In Hsichou Township, it is not so easy to find a place which integrates culture, history and rural features. The members and farmers hope the Agriculture Bookstore is complex, and can accommodate lectures, cinemas, meetings, or farmers classes.

The Agriculture Bookstore provides not only books. The community with a slogan of "I Love Hsichou" highlights interaction between people, such as exercises in rice fields and study. Now, two or three regulars often come to the bookstore to have tea and chat. In order to attract more people, the bookstore must develop more life-related activities.

First of all, the people can interact and chat with each other, including sharing their farming methods and development of new methods according to the crop plantation knowledge and the relevant literature. From Agriculture Bookstore, the rural appearance can be seen.


(Photo: the Mud Festival hosted by Hsichou Township Office and Chenggong Inn in 2016)


4. Interview about "Chenggong"

We went to Agriculture Bookstore to interview the sisters in order to get a better understanding of it. First, we prepared a few questions, and the interview process is as follows. Preparation of equipment: paper, pen, camera, mobile phone (for contact and recording)

Q&A
Q1Why did you establish the bookstore?
A1:At the beginning, we wanted to do something significant for Hsichou, and thus cooperate with the township office. Afterwards, as the campaign against the water diversion project achieved success, we decide to develop agriculture. Here, the farmers are nice. However, they always spray chemicals to mitigate crop damage caused by pests. The land is depleted, and small organisms cannot survive. Spraying chemicals has brought great harm but has some advantages: convenience, increase of income, effortless. In order to prevent damage to crops, farmers have to rely on chemicals, so we try to cooperate with farmers to prevent using pesticides, fertilizers, herbicides, and protect the income of farmers. Thus, we established the company.
Q2 Have you met a bottleneck? How to solve it?
A2: Generally, the income of rice is calculated by weight. In Hsichou, the income for the rice per a unit of land (66.7m2) is 2000 TWD. For our company, the income is 800 TWD, and however we still have to pay 2000 TWD. The cost is too high to be sold. We are trying to solve it (Currently). 。
Q3What kind of faith support Chenggong Inn?
A3: I've seen healthy land, and I feel comfortable when walking on it. I want to provide such land more and more. When the farmers spray pesticides, they often inhale lots of pesticides. The hardworking farmers cannot decide their income. In addition, imported things are not fresh. The farmers have to use chemicals to prevent pests. If they rely on imports, the importer may control over them.
Q4How did the Agriculture Bookstore come into being?
A4:Last year we applied for the independent bookstore (formerly Chenggong Inn) to Ministry of Culture, in order to let people more information about Hsichou, so most of the books are related to Hsichou.
Q5Which kind of books do the bookstore provide?
A5: The books are mainly related to Hsichou, but some bookstores will not provide them. However, these books are useful, so we establish the bookstore, so the people who want to know Hsichou can come here to read the books.
Q6Are there any objections to Agriculture Bookstore?
A6:The objections are few, but good advices are more. As we have no experience, there are some conflicts between the partners, and sometimes we may dispute.
Q7What is the company's future plan?
A7:In addition to the rice, we will add different new agricultural products, such as: soybeans. If the rice are not sold out, we will continue to sell it. We will sell it in a different way, such as brown rice green tea. After the company is stable, we will expand business and hope more farmers joint us.
Q8How to sell Shangshui Rice?
A8:In addition to sales in the store, there are a variety of channels, such as: cooperation with the restaurants or the Hsichou kindergarten to promote Shangshui rice and let people eat more healthy rice. We will find different types of customers or consign the rice in other rice stores and companies. We will also greatly promote the sales in some activities such as: "Paddy Field Harvest Party" and on-line sales etc.
Q9How to use the bookstore?
A9:Get Hsichou new information from the bookstore, understand the literature, and it has many books to consult.
Q10How to use the revenues of the bookstore?
A10:The original intention is to ensure income of the farmers. Thus, the revenues of the bookstore are used to supplement income for the farmers.
Q11In addition to the bookstore, do you have some future plan about new land?
A11:Not yet. First of all, we want to stabilize the company.

Q12 Have you encountered financial difficulties in recent years since establishment of the company?
A12:Yes, we have. In order to ensure farmers income, the bookstore has imbalance payment.
Q13Have you ever considered revenue problems when you set up the company?
A13:Yes, the actual problems are beyond our imagination. The costs of Shangshui Rice are too high. If we increase the price, no one will buy it. However, we have to ensure farmer incomes. This is a big problem.
Q14How to motivate the farmers to participate in organic and non-toxic agriculture?
A14:First, we should ensure no decrease in the farmer incomes (as compared with the previous), and on the other hand the farmers also hope to let local residents and more people each healthy rice, so they are willing to participate in the program.

Experience

The Agriculture Bookstore experienced many changes. It was taken over by different persons, and converted into different business. It was closed but now is opened again. It witnessed the rise and fall of Hsichou, carrying the history and culture of Hsichou, and now it will continue to witness new changes. The young people have converted it into the place for farmers to communicate farming with each other, learn and acquire new farming knowledge. It is also the platform for outsiders to understand Hsichou.


Native Tree Garden

Trip to Hsichou Township's most beautiful landscape ---- Native Tree Garden

We, the three team members of the Cyberfair project came to the "Native Tree Garden" (of the poet Mr. Sheng Wu) to start our one-day trip.



1.Native tree garden and paddy field:

The native tree garden of Local poet Mr. Sheng Wu is a unique flatland afforestation environment of Hsichou Township, which is the main ecological construction base with a vast expanse of paddy fields around it. The poet always takes precious good care of this garden. He began to grow trees more than one decade ago. Most of the trees are Taiwan's native trees, except some exotic tree species which were planted mistakenly. Mr. Wu hopes Taiwan native species can be sent to every corner of Taiwan in the future, so that people can see the exuberant vitality of native species, but he also wants to wake people's awareness of environmental protection, and makes them love this land. Upon entering the garden, we can absorb the natural fresh air, and feel refreshed.


2.Understanding the plants in ecological park:

Guided by Mr. Chao-ching Huang, we walked into the woods, and Mr. Huang explained our main tasks: Looking for seedings of Diospyros discolor Willd, which is the same as seedlings of many other trees. The seedings of Diospyros discolor Willd are only identified according to tenderness and veins. It is difficult to find the seedlings!


3.Plant dye :

Have you ever thought about coloring your own clothes with plants? If you have, here is an exercise. Give you various leaves to find which leaves have the best effect? After listening to introduction by the teachers and practice, our Cyberfair project team found the ferns have the best effect. After seeing the various plant shapes were dyed on the canvas bags, we suddenly became an artist!


4. Ecology of Native Tree Garden :

(1) Ecology of Native Tree Garden :

Some people eat it, and some do not because it tastes bitter. However, Taiwanese macaques eat it. The staff also introduced that Diospyros discolor Willd is one kind of very precious wood, belonging to the rooted trees. Thus, it is said that the height of the tree is equal to the length of the root. The fruit is grown from July to August. The trees can be transplanted in autumn and winter, so the surroundings of the root are covered with a white cloth for transplant. Characteristics: The leaves are thicker, and seedlings feel shaggy, like kiwi, and there are no fibrous roots. Thus, it can be used as the species of coastal windbreaks. The limit of the growth depends on environment. If it is grown in a small pot, the stalks will be small, and the stem will be fine if the growth place is intensive.


(2)Taiwan cinnamon:

It is precious. The leaves can be dried to make tea. During the visit, the staff gave us a piece of cinnamon to eat, and it tastes sweet! Unexpectedly, the taste is so good. However, there is exotic cinnamon in the garden. The exotic seedlings are similar with native seedlings. In order to prevent spread of exotic seedlings, they cannot be taken out!


(3)Michelia compressa:

In the activity, the staff introduced Michelia compressa. It is a plant which can be made into a cutting board, and it is very powerful! It has smooth surface.


(4)Caolang snake:

The staff also introduced there are snake near the field of Diospyros discolor Willd! Although they told us no snake appeared during this period, I still trembled when I passed through the field! The snakes often live in the water, also called water snakes. If they are found near houses or the paddy fields, this means the environment is clean and has not been polluted. There are many Caolang snakes in Zhengliao wetland, and this means the local water has not been polluted.


(5)Clams:

In the Garden of Mr. Sheng Wu, there is a pond to incubate clams, but the staff told us the incubation is not completed, and so we cannot catch clams and wash pants!



5.Cattle farming culture:

The teacher Gao Yixin introduced the culture with his lovely buffalo "Lala". In ancient times, all the things were natural. The land was plowed in a primitive way so that every grain of rice was full of ancient flavor. The harmonious relationship between cattle and people can be demonstrated in this primitive farming.


6. Relationship between buffaloes and pastoral wetland

Farmers plow fields with buffaloes and the uneven fields become flat after plowing. Buffaloes are always good helper of the farmers. However, due to recent scientific and technological progress, farming machines were developed, and the cost of raising buffaloes is high, buffaloes will be replaced by machines. Now, many farmers select farming machines instead of buffaloes. However, the machines often leave unplowed areas. The effect is not as good as that of buffaloes. In consideration of the profit and convenience, buffalo plowing is seldom seen. Buffalo can help farming, and its manure can nourish farmland. Buffalo farming causes much less air pollution and noise, as compared to farming machines. Thus, buffalo farming is environmentally friendly and helpful!


Precautions

Although buffaloes are strong, their temperament is very gentle. If you see it, do not wave hands or brandish something in front of it, because this may anger it. In this way, it feels the action is aggressive and invaded its territory, so do not tease buffaloes. We should respect it and this is the most appropriate way to get along with it!


Xiluo Bridge

Xilou Old Street~~~~~

10/30 The weather is fine

The first station we reached is Xilou Old Street. The street has a history of 300 years, Yanping Road is also called Xilou Old Street, and forms the historical street block with Datong Road, Zhongxing Road, Xiuwen Road, Zhongshan Road and Renhe Street.

The Baroque architectures on Yanping Old Street were built in the Japanese Colonial Period, and have endured for 60 years. The two or three-story buildings are carved, and decorated with pebbles and finish tiles. The various parapet walls on the facades are very impressive; geometric patterns of parapet walls [1] consists of four columns and three sides, which serve as a typical partition, which are streamlined, and the contours are simple and clear. and there are many special historical buildings, which were constructed with pebbles, and the buildings are mainly gray, and grand and decent. One facade lintel is built on the middle part of the buildings, and most the second floors have a balcony, and the lintels are inverse-curved and arced for decoration. They are often engraved with surname and shop number, so that visitors can directly know the owner's name or occupation. What impressed us most was the Jiefaganji Tea Shop on Xilou Old Street.


Grinding stone ground

Archway

〈Jiefaganji Tea Shop〉

classroom

Parapet walls
Parapet walls are constructed to prevent women from falling from the edge of the buildings because in the past, women were not allowed to appear in public and only watched upstairs.

Jiefaganji Tea Shop was founded by Mr. Chin Hsu. After his apprentices learned the skills, they opened branches everywhere. There were more than ten branches during the peak period. The tea shop is well known in south-western Taiwan. Its business network is distributed in Xiamen, Fuzhou and Wangraoyang tea house in Taipei.

In order to preserve and promote the culture of Xiluo, the descendants of Mr. Chin Hsu donated Jiefaganji Tea Shop to Louyoung Culture & Education Foundation. Jiefaganji Tea Shop became Yanping Old Street Culture Center which was completed in 2013. The long street house shows the life situations which integrate commercial, industrial and residential purposes when the Han people immigrated to Taiwan. Among the 142 old houses on the Yanping Old Street, it is the site demonstrating the previous daily life; In addition, it also provides static and dynamic performance site for Xiluo arts organizations. Visitors can enjoy the beauty of the Xiluo Street houses and meanwhile understand Xiluo's cultural characteristics.

As more and more people visit Xilou Old street, a traditional food wholesaler decided to open a shop so that visitors eat delicious rice herb cakes, the boss said that their rice herb cakes have a history of 60 years, and were started to make from their grandpa. The main ingredient of the cakes is affine cudweed, which is one of their food characteristics. In order to continuously supply the grass throughout the year, the shop buys a freezer to meet the demand of one year.

Xilou Old Street was established long time ago, and existed during Qing Dynasty about three hundred years ago; each building wall is laid with small stones and shells which were picked up by the people from the mountains or seaside; quartz was picked up from the mountains.

Another building material is coral stones, also known as Laogu stones, which were picked up from the seaside. In the early time, Penghu people built walls with the stones. Penghu has small rainfall throughout the year, the sea wind is strong, and the soil contains salt, so the vegetables are difficultly grown. The residents use Laogu stones to build low walls around their houses or vegetable gardens to prevent wind invasion. The buildings are also called vegetable houses. The stones are Taiwan's ancient building materials.


Xilou Old Street

We put on slippers, and were ready to go to the next stop . This is a rugged road. Due to the stones on the road, the ride was rickety to the destination, and the vehicle also left a cloud of dust behind.
   The guide Mr. Chao-kuan Liao asked us to take off our shoes and step on the black mud. In the beginning, we went up to the river bed with curiosity, and gradually we felt the sand under our feet constantly become hot, and then after a short walk, we reached the place of black mud. Upon seeing the mud, everyone run to it. Mr. Liao asked us not to run on the mud, which causes dust.
  In the process, Mr. Liao asked us try to make a ball with the black mud on the ground, which looks simple but in fact very difficult.
  Unexpectedly, the making is so difficult that fewer people finished it. There are many stones with different sizes and colors on Jhuoshuei River. Mr. Liao helped us to carefully select some stones which are clear and bright in water. Finally, some tourists kept the local mud and stones as a souvenir.

From this trip, I realized that Jhuoshuei River nearest to us is very important because: it provides rich agricultural resources for Hsichou, and nourishes this beautiful land!

Trip and fun
Traffic information:
By car: Take Highway No. 1, get off at Xiluo Interchange, take Expressway Tai No. 1 Or take SOLAR Bus, Kuo-Kuang Bus, United Highway Bus, Taxi and Yuan Lin Bus. For more information on Xiluo, please visit the Louyoung Culture & Education Foundation

Experience

This trip to Xiluo brought us a lot of surprises and happiness. Thank the guide Mr. Chao-kuan Liao who led us and introduced a lot of knowledge about Xilou Old street and black mud, so that we can directly contact with Jhuoshuei Riverbed. Mr. Liao told us the black mud on Jhuoshuei River is different from ordinary rough mud, and it is soft and smooth and can be used as facial mask! Due to the soft and smooth black mud and comfortable weather, we enjoyed ourselves, and we also learned a lot about Xiluo, and many knowledge. I am looking forward to traveling to Jhuoshuei Riverbed again to experience the real black mud.


Proper noun lists
Hsichou 溪州
Santiao Village 三條村
Xicuo Village 溪厝村
Siao San the Farmer 清農小三
Taiwan Buffalo 台灣水牛
Taiwan Trunk Line 縱貫線
National Highway No.1 國道一號
Taiwan Line No.1 台一線
Flower Expo 花博公園
Japanese Colonial Period日本時代
Taisho Era 日本昭和時代
Chaoyang House 潮洋厝
Sanjo Police Station 三條派出所
Cizai Aqueduct Industry Cultural Association 莿仔埤圳產業文化協會
Ministry of Culture 文化部
Aqueduct Water Show 三條圳水千年秀
Sanjo Police Station三條派出所
Guo-long Yan 嚴國隆
Jhuoshuei River 濁水溪
Santiaozhen River 三條圳溪
Black Mud Monster 黑泥穀怪
Kai-di Chuang 莊凱迪
Siao San the Farmer 巨農小三
Chia-hui Chen 陳佳慧
Yu-lan Su 蘇玉蘭
Pin-yun Chiu 邱品芸
Tainan National University of the Arts台南藝術大學
Nostalgic kitchen 古早灶腳
Black Mud Buffalo 黑泥水牛
Shih-lung Hsieh 謝釋龍
Rat Snake Tianfu 錦蛇添富
Chong family 鐘姓人家
Ms. Wan-ping Wu	巫宛萍導遊
Xicuo Community 溪厝社區
Xicuo Community Development Association 溪厝社區發展協會
Hsichou Cultural Festival 溪州文化季
Hsichou Township Office 溪州鄉公所
See Hsichou 看見溪州
Hsichou Shang Water 溪州尚水
I Love Hsichou 我愛溪州
Hsichou Happiness 溪州囍事
Hsichou Moves On 溪州向前行
2016 Hsichou Mud Festival 溪州2016黑泥季
Mud Festival 黑泥季
Cheng-lu Huang 黃盛祿
Paradise of black mud 黑泥樂園
Walking on the street 踩街
Cheng-lu Huang      黃盛祿
Mother River        母親之河
Xicuo               溪厝
Nan-Jou Elementary School   南州國小
Hsi Yang Junior High School 溪陽國中
Da Der Commercial And Technical Vocational School 達德商工
Chao-yang Elementary School 潮洋國小
Hsichou Community            溪州社區
Beidou Community            北斗社區
Xicuo Community             溪厝社區
Cizai aqueduc               莿仔埤圳
Da Yeh University           大葉大學
Shuiwei Community           水尾社區
Dazhuang Community          大庄社區
Jiefaganji Tea Shop         捷發乾記茶莊
Penghu                      澎湖
Wangraoyang                 王堯陽
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