Wufeng, Hsinchu

Wufeng Township (Chinese: 五峰鄉; pinyin: Wǔfēng Xiāng) is a mountain indigenous township in Hsinchu County, Taiwan.

It had an estimated population of 4,563 as of January 2017.[1] The population is mainly of the indigenous Atayal people and Saisiyat people.[2][3]

Coordinates: 24°35′28″N 121°8′53″E / 24.59111°N 121.14806°E

Wufeng Township
五峰鄉
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Wufeng Township in Hsinchu County
Wufeng Township in Hsinchu County
LocationHsinchu County, Taiwan
Area
 • Total228 km2 (88 sq mi)
Population
 (July 2018)
 • Total4,798
 • Density21/km2 (55/sq mi)

Administrative divisions

The township comprises four villages: Daai, Huayuan, Taoshan and Zhulin.

Tourist attractions

References

  1. ^ 106年1月 新竹縣人口統計報表 [Hsinchu County population table, January 2017]. hsinchu.gov.tw (in Chinese). Hsinchu County Gov't. Retrieved 14 February 2017.
  2. ^ https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/3038983
  3. ^ Hsu, Li-chuan; Chung, Jake (26 December 2017). "Visitors welcome at Puyuma New Year ceremonies". Taipei Times. Retrieved 31 January 2018.
  4. ^ http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/90001/90776/90882/6552715.html

External links

Atayal language

The Atayal language is spoken by the Atayal people of Taiwan. Squliq and C’uli’ (Ts’ole’) are two major dialects. Mayrinax and Pa’kuali’, two subdialects of C’uli’, are unique among Atayal dialects in having male and female register distinctions in their vocabulary.

The language is recorded in an Atayal–English dictionary by Søren Egerod and several reference grammars. The Bible has been translated into Atayal and was published in 2002. Atayal is written in the Latin script. Atayal was one of the source languages of Yilan Creole Japanese.

Former Residence of Zhang Xueliang (Hsinchu County)

The Former Residence of Zhang Xueliang (Chinese: 張學良故居; pinyin: Zhāng Xuéliáng Gùjū) is a museum about Zhang Xueliang in Wufeng Township, Hsinchu County, Taiwan.

Pas-ta'ai

Pas-ta'ai(矮靈祭), the “Ritual to the Short People”, is a ritual of the Saisiyat people, a Taiwanese aboriginal group. The ritual commemorates a tribe of the "little People" or "little black spirits" they say used to live near them. The ritual is held every two years and all Saisiyat are expected to participate.

Saisiyat language

Saisiyat (sometimes spelled Saisiat) is the language of the Saisiyat, a Taiwanese indigenous people. It is a Formosan language of the Austronesian family. It has approximately 4,750 speakers.

Zhang Xueliang

Zhang Xueliang or Chang Hsueh-liang (later, Peter H. L. Chang) (3 June 1901 – 15 October 2001), nicknamed the "Young Marshal" (少帥), was the effective ruler of Northeast China and much of northern China after the assassination of his father, Zhang Zuolin (the "Old Marshal"), by the Japanese on 4 June 1928. He was an instigator of the 1936 Xi'an Incident, in which Chiang Kai-shek, the leader of China's ruling party, was arrested in order to force him to enter into a truce with the insurgent Chinese Communist Party and form a united front against Japan, which had occupied Manchuria. As a result, he spent over 50 years under house arrest, first in mainland China and then in Taiwan. He is regarded by the Chinese Communist Party as a patriotic hero for his role in the Xi'an Incident.

Zhulin

Zhulin may refer to

Zhulin (surname), a Russian surname

Zhuang Zhulin (1900–1973), Chinese educator

Fayuan Zhulin, a Buddhist encyclopedia

Zhulin, a village in Wufeng, Hsinchu, Taiwan

Zhulin, Qichun County (株林镇), a town in Qichun County, Huanggang, Hubei, China

Zhulin, a village in Stryi Raion, Lviv Oblast, Ukraine

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