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Culture box of taiwan

  1. 1. Our Taiwan culture
  2. 2. Food
  3. 3. Iron eggs Iron eggs are a specialty egg-based dish from Taiwan.They are considered a delicacy and originated in the Tamsui District of New Taipei City. The recooking and drying process eventually resulted in eggs that were dark, flavourful, and chewy, which was extremely popular with the locals. "Grandmas iron eggs“are very famous.
  4. 4. Tea Teas can generally be divided into categories based on how they are processed. There are at least six different types of tea: white, yellow, green, oolong, black, and post- fermented tea Tea harvest on the eastern shores of the Black Sea, ca. 1905–15. Tea is traditionally classified based on the techniques with which it is produced and processed.
  5. 5. Suncake The first suncakes were made in Taichung City. They used condensed malt sugar as a filling for cake pastries. Later on, pastry maker hai modified the cakes to their current form. Though not originally called "suncakes", they were given the name by the owner of "Sun Booth", one of the most famous pastry shops that sells them. The name was not trademarked, and other pastry shops used the same name for their own suncakes.
  6. 6. Pineapple cake Pineapple cake filling melon, raw pineapple, add egg, egg yolk and ​ honey made; pineapple stir sugar boiled to complete the stuffing, baked, cooled, cut into pieces and then packaged.Stuffing is brewed with pure soil pineappleMelon silk and pineapple filling and less sticky teeth. (No melon silk called soil pineapple cake)Typically saved for room temperature storage, refrigeration, refrigeration will be making the fillings harden.
  7. 7. Cannabis volume Since the inheritance from the grandfather era, Anding Township, Tainan County family more than 50 years, Yang Kee manual cannabis volume, the boss Mr. Cai will be the traditional fashion of this tradition, since the Tainan civil rights road for some alleys within the market to carry forward the heritage, bringingmany old who was young, sweet taste crispy and delicious cannabis volume typified memories.
  8. 8. Clothes
  9. 9. Hakka shirt To the northern part of the "Hakka fabric" clothing design as well as the newly created "Hakka shirt, looking forward to become the new Hakka clothing.
  10. 10. Aboriginal clothing Our Taiwan have lots of Aboriginal,and there clothes are beautiful 14 Ethnic : Atayal ,Amis, Rapongan , Tsou , Thao , Paiwan , Rukai , Puyuma, Seediq , Sakizaya , Truku , Kavalan , Bunun , Saysiyat
  11. 11. Building
  12. 12. Taichung Park Pavilion In Taichung Park is not only a city historical sites, it is the spiritual symbol of Taichung City, Taichung City Government House emblem image source. Club during the Japanese occupation, Hong Park Pavilion and spire pavilion, the pavilion below the surface to the concrete columns supporting the platform above beams to wooden structures. Peripheral fence of cast iron railings. The main ​ pillar also hosted a cast iron made lighthouse. The roof shape of the tip of a four-ridge arc to pay for the top high design. In the beginning only huts in the park pavilion, a pool pavilion for the first generation. October 24, 1908, the second generation pool pavilion is to be held in Taichung, Taiwan Longitudinal Railway full formula "built monuments as the railroad, was to come to Taiwan to preside over the Japanese royal free hospital palace contained Ren Prince of Wales by the Minister of Railways Hasegawa would like to refer to boot into Citing the open space. The pavilion is built on many occasions, in the 1985 renovation, roof tiles replaced by galvanized steel , surface paint with red paint. At October 19, 2007, the Taichung City Government once again renovated, historic building restoration Commission discussion and restore to the copper tile period Akagane color roof.
  13. 13. Taipei 101 Taipei 101 formerly known as the Taipei World Financial Center, is a landmark skyscraper located in Xinyi District, Taipei, Taiwan. The building ranked officially as the worlds tallest from 2004 until the opening of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai in 2010. In July 2011, the building was awarded LEED Platinum certification, the highest award in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system and became the tallest and largest green building in the world. Taipei 101 was designed by C.Y. Lee & partners and constructed primarily by Samsung C&T and KTRT Joint Venture. The tower has served as an icon of modern Taiwan ever since its opening, and received the 2004 Emporis Skyscraper Award. Fireworks launched from Taipei 101 feature prominently in international New Years Eve broadcasts and the structure appears frequently in travel literature and international media. Taipei 101 comprises 101 floors above ground and 5 floors underground. The building was architecturally created as a symbol of the evolution of technology and Asian tradition (see Symbolism). Its postmodernist approach to style incorporates traditional design elements and gives them modern treatments. The tower is designed to withstand typhoons and earthquakes. A multi-level shopping mall adjoining the tower houses hundreds of fashionable stores, restaurants and clubs. Taipei 101 is owned by the Taipei Financial Center Corporation (TFCC) and managed by the International division of Urban Retail Properties Corporation based in Chicago. The name originally planned for the building, Taipei World Financial Center, until 2003, was derived from the name of the owner. The original name in Chinese was literally, Taipei International Financial Center
  14. 14. Traffic
  15. 15. Motorcycle In numerous cultures, motorcycles are the primary means of motorized transport. According to the Taiwanese government, for example, "the number of automobiles per ten thousand population is around 2,500, and the number of motorcycles is about 5,000." In places such as Vietnam, motorised traffic consist of mostly motorbikes due to a lack of public transport and low income levels that put automobiles out of reach for many.[The four largest motorcycle markets in the world are all in Asia: China, India, Indonesia, and Vietnam.The motorcycle is also popular in Brazils frontier the global economic downturn of 2008, the motorcycle market grew by 6.5%.Recent years have seen an increase in the popularity of motorcycles elsewhere. In the USA, registrations increased by 51% between 2000 and 2005. This is mainly attributed to increasing fuel prices and urban congestion. A Consumer Reports subscribers survey of mainly United States motorcycle and scooter owners reported that they rode an average of only 1,000 miles (1,600 km) per year, 82% for recreation and 38% for commuting. Americans put 10,000–12,000 miles (16,000– 19,000 km) per year on their cars and light trucks.
  16. 16. AIDC F-CK-1 Ching-kuo The AIDC F-CK-1 Ching-kuo commonly known as the Indigenous Defence Fighter (IDF), is an air superiority jet fighter with multirole capability named after Chiang Ching-kuo, the late President of the Republic of China. The aircraft made its first flight in 1989. The IDF program was initiated when the United States of America refused to sell F-20 Tigershark and F-16 Fighting Falcon fighters to the Republic of China (Taiwan) following pressure from the Peoples Republic of China (PRC). The Republic of China therefore decided to develop an indigenous fighter. The IDF jet fighter project was designed and built by the Aerospace Industrial Development Corporation (AIDC) based in Taichung, Taiwan, with assistance from American defense corporations. It entered active service with the Republic of China Air Force in 1994, and all 130 production aircraft by 1999
  17. 17. Recreation
  18. 18. textbooks In our school,textbooks is the book of the suject. Mandarin,Mathematics, Science and Life Technology, Community, English, Arts and Humanities, Language, Computer, Health and Physical Education, Integrated activities textbook are good to study
  19. 19. Works of art and craft The works of art and craft is the easing to do,painting,drawing,maki ng little house, ink painting……
  20. 20. Diabolo The Chinese yo-yo is a toy from China consisting of two equally-sized discs connected with a long axle. The Chinese yo- yo is kept spinning on a string tied to two sticks at its ends. Each stick is held in one hand. In modern times, it is used as a childrens toy and as a performance tool in juggling and sometimes in Chinese ethnic dance. It is possible to perform a large variety of tricks with the Chinese yo-yo which can be as easy as throwing the yo-yo up into the air or tossing it around the users back. It was found during the Ming dynasty; roughly 1386-1644. Like the Western yo-yo, it maintains its spinning motion through a gyroscopic effect based on conservation of angular momentum.
  21. 21. Top A top is a toy that can be spun on an axis, balancing on a point. This motion is produced in the most simple forms of top by twirling the stem using the fingers. More sophisticated tops are spun by holding the axis firmly while pulling a string or twisting a stick or pushing an auger as shown in the pictures on this page. In the kinds with an auger, an internal weight rotates, producing an overall circular motion. The top is one of the oldest recognizable toys found on archaeological sites. Spinning tops originated independently in cultures all over the world.Besides toys, tops have also historically been used for gambling and prophecy. Some role-playing gamers still use tops to augment dice in generating randomized results; it is in this case referred to as a spinner.[citation needed] A thumbtack may also be made to spin on the same principles. The action of a top relies on the gyroscopic effect for its operation. Typically the top will at first wobble until the shape of the tip and its interaction with the surface force it upright. After spinning upright for an extended period, the angular momentum, and therefore the gyroscopic effect will gradually lessen, leading to ever increasing precession, finally causing the top to topple in a frequently violent last thrash. In recent years there have been many developments within the technology of the top. Bearing tops, with a tip that spins, have been one of the biggest changes. In addition, plastic and metal have largely supplanted the use of wood in tops. Fixed tip tops are featured in National Championships in Chico, California and in the World Championships in Orlando, Florida.
  22. 22. Picture book A picture book combines visual and verbal narratives in a book format, most often aimed at young children. The images in picture books use a range of media such as oil paints, acrylics, watercolor and pencil. of the earliest books with something like the format picture books still retain now were Heinrich Hoffmanns from 1845 and Beatrix Potters The Tale of Peter Rabbit from 1902. Some of the best-known picture books are Robert McCloskeys Make Way for Ducklings, Dr. Seuss The Cat In The Hat, and Where the Wild Things Are. The Caldecott Medal (established 1938) and Kate Greenaway Medal (established 1955) are awarded annually for illustrations in childrens literature. From the mid-1960s several childrens literature awards include a category for picture books.
  23. 23. Other
  24. 24. Flag of the Republic of China The Flag of the Republic of China is red with a navy blue canton bearing a white sun with twelve triangular rays. In Chinese, the flag is commonly described as Blue Sky, White Sun, and a Wholly Red Earth to reflect its attributes. It was first used in mainland China by the Kuomintang (KMT, the Chinese Nationalist Party) in 1917 and was made the official flag of the ROC in 1928. It was enshrined in the 6th article of the Constitution of the Republic of China when it was promulgated in 1947. Since 1949, the flag is mostly used within Taiwan where the Republic of China relocated after having lost the Chinese Civil War to the Communists.
  25. 25. Blue and white porcelain Blue and white wares" designate white pottery and porcelain decorated under the glaze with a blue pigment, generally cobalt oxide. The decoration is commonly applied by hand, by stencilling or by transfer- printing, though other methods of application have also been used.
  26. 26. Republic coins and Republic China banknotes We have the 1 penny, 5 pence,10 pence,50 pence. We have the 100 dollar,200 dollar,500 dollar,1000 dollar.
  27. 27.  Endemism Endemism is the ecological state of being unique to a defined geographic location, such as an island, nation or other defined zone, or habitat type; organisms that are indigenous to a place are not endemic to it if they are also found elsewhere. The extreme opposite of endemism is cosmopolitan distribution. Physical, climatic, and biological factors can contribute to endemism. The Orange-breasted Sunbird is exclusively found in the fynbos vegetation zone of southwestern South Africa. Political factors can play a part if a species is protected, or actively hunted, in one jurisdiction but not another. There are two subcategories of endemism - to a species that was formerly widespread but is now restricted to a smaller area.refers to a species that has recently arisen such as a species that has diverged and become reproductively isolated, or one that has formed following hybridization and is now classified as a separate species. This is a common process in plants, especially those that exhibit polyploidy. Endemic types or species are especially likely to develop on biologically isolated areas such as islands because of their geographical isolation. This includes remote island groups, such as Hawaii, the Galápagos Islands, and Socotra, and biologically isolated but not island areas such as the highlands of Ethiopia, or large bodies of water like Lake Baikal. Endemics can easily become endangered or extinct if their restricted habitat changes, particularly but not only due to human actions, including the introduction of new organisms. There were millions of both Bermuda Petrels and "Bermuda cedars" (actually junipers) in Bermuda when it was settled at the start of the seventeenth century. By the end of the century, the petrels were thought extinct. Cedars, already ravaged by centuries of shipbuilding, were driven nearly to extinction in the twentieth century by the introduction of a parasite. Bermuda petrels and cedars, although not actually extinct, are very rare today, as are other species endemic to Bermuda.
  28. 28. Winnowing Tools to remove the shell of the rice
  29. 29. Sachet Sachet also known as sachets, smelly tolerance, Hong Ying, Hong ball, wear curtain, fragrant, capsule package containing spices. Sachet first called tolerance foul, Qu Yuans "Lament" and "Hu Jiang Lei and the provision of Chih Xi, sewing Orchids thought to wear", then spice is the provision of Chih, Orchids. Still in the Ming dynasty, Yung-foul call. Chinese traditional sachets and more made ​with silk, built realgar, smoked with grass, leaves and other spices. Said sachet can ward off evil, the Dragon Boat Festival will be equipped with more hanging sachet.

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