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  • Alishan: An Artistic Journey
    General tourism
    Alishan: An Artistic Journey
    Category: General tourism
    Content:The beauty of Alishan is deeply imprinted in the memories of all who travel here. With this collection of paintings, it can be experienced again and again. Enjoy artists' conceptions of the forest railway framed in bright pink cherry blossoms of the Alishan Forest Recreation Area, the scenic spots of Rueitai, tea plantations, Tsou villages and the mountain scenery of Fencihu, Fongshan and Laiji.
  • Alishan's Landscape Beauty
    General tourism
    Alishan's Landscape Beauty
    Category: General tourism
    Content:This is a guidebook to the topography and geology of the Alishan area. It includes text and diagrams on the geographical location, boundaries and climate of the Greater Alishan Area, as well as stories of the earth\'s history. The terrains of the Alishan Range and the island of Taiwan are also described.
  • Illusory Paradise: Alishan
    General tourism
    Illusory Paradise: Alishan
    Category: General tourism
    Content:How can you describe the magnificence of Alishan?? Mountains, forests, rivers and waterfalls or the fascinating culture and dances of its indigenous peoples? The best way is with poetry. This set of poems seeks to vividly capture the essence of Alishan in beautiful verse.
  • A grand party with fireflies
    General tourism
    A grand party with fireflies
    Publisher: Alishan National Scenic Area Administration, Tourism Bureau, MOTC Category: General tourism
    Content:The flickering fireflies that light up the forest at summer nights also send the signals of romance through their light ...
  • Fun Alishan Trip for the Elderly
    General tourism
    Fun Alishan Trip for the Elderly
    Category: General tourism
    Content:Fun Alishan Trip for the Elderly
  • Alishan Tsou food
    Pamphlets
    Alishan Tsou food
    Publisher: Alishan National Scenic Area Administration, Tourism Bureau, MOTC Category: Pamphlets
    Content:This brochure provides a glimpse of indigenous Tsou cuisine. Included is a description of millet wine, which possesses a slightly sweet and sour taste but is not very strong. Rice and other ingredients steamed inside a bamboo tube is another favorite. Banana cakes are made from steamed glutinous rice that is pounded into a paste using a pestle and mortar. Banana is added to the paste, which is formed into balls. This is normally eaten with salted fish. Make sure to try some of the unique Tsou specialties during your visit to Alishan.
  • Leye Community
    Tribal tourism
    Leye Community
    Publisher: Alishan National Scenic Area Administration, Tourism Bureau, MOTC Category: Tribal tourism
    Content:Leye is known as Lalauya in the Tsou language, which means maple forest.
  • Dabang community
    Tribal tourism
    Dabang community
    Publisher: Alishan National Scenic Area Administration, Tourism Bureau, MOTC Category: Tribal tourism
    Content:The kuba (men's meeting hall) is completely built by hand using traditional materials. It is the center of Tsou culture and education. 
  • Xinmei Community
    Tribal tourism
    Xinmei Community
    Publisher: Alishan National Scenic Area Administration, Tourism Bureau, MOTC Category: Tribal tourism
    Content:Niahosa, which is the name of the Xinmei Community in the Tsou language, means "ancient community".
  • Zhulu Community
    Tribal tourism
    Zhulu Community
    Publisher: Alishan National Scenic Area Administration, Tourism Bureau, MOTC Category: Tribal tourism
    Content:Located in the foothills of the Alishan Mountain Range, the Zhulu Community, known as poftonga veoveo in the Tsou language, is comprised of residents from the eight Tsou communities.
  • Chashan Community
    Tribal tourism
    Chashan Community
    Publisher: Alishan National Scenic Area Administration, Tourism Bureau, MOTC Category: Tribal tourism
    Content:In the Tsou language, the Chashan Community is referred to as Cayamavana. In this community, indigenous Tsouand Bunun, as well as Han Chinese, live together.
  • Tfuya Community
    Tribal tourism
    Tfuya Community
    Publisher: Alishan National Scenic Area Administration, Tourism Bureau, MOTC Category: Tribal tourism
    Content:Tfuya is one of two hosas (meaning original communities from which other communities branched oft). It is also one of the oldest Tsou communities.
  • Laiji Community
    Tribal tourism
    Laiji Community
    Publisher: Alishan National Scenic Area Administration, Tourism Bureau, MOTC Category: Tribal tourism
    Content:Laiji is a Tsou community located below Tashan and is referred to as Pnguu in the Tsou language.
  • Lijia Community
    Tribal tourism
    Lijia Community
    Publisher: Alishan National Scenic Area Administration, Tourism Bureau, MOTC Category: Tribal tourism
    Content:In the Tsou language, the Lijia Community is known as Niaucna.
  • Shanmei Community
    Tribal tourism
    Shanmei Community
    Publisher: Alishan National Scenic Area Administration, Tourism Bureau, MOTC Category: Tribal tourism
    Content:The Shanmei Community is also known as Saviki in the Tsou language. This means "lush mountain beauty".
  • Fun in Paradise-Alishan Strolling
    Tribal tourism
    Fun in Paradise-Alishan Strolling
    Publisher: Alishan National Scenic Area Administration, Tourism Bureau, MOTC Category: Tribal tourism
    Content:Fun in Paradise-Alishan Strolling Among the Clouds
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