Beipu, Hsinchu County
Categories: Valleys, Nature & Parks
Beipu Township is a rural township in Hsinchu County in northern Taiwan. Beipu is well known in Taiwan as a center of Hakka culture, especially for production of dongfang meiren tea and its special Hakkanese blends of tea and nuts called lēichá (擂茶).HistoryThe town was the scene of the 1907 Beipu Uprising against the Japanese occupation of Taiwan when insurgents of both Hakka and indigenous Saisiyat extraction attacked Japanese officials and their families. In retaliation, Japanese military and police killed more than 100 Hakka people, the majority of whom were young men from Neidaping (內大坪), a small village in the mountainous southern part of the township.DemographicsAs of 2014, Beipu had a population of 9,784, of whom 98 percent were Hakka.Administrative divisions Beipu Village Nanxing Village Dahu Village Puwei Village Shuiji Village Nanpu Village Dalin Village Nankeng Village Waiping VillageTourist attractions Beipu Citian Temple Green World Ecological FarmTake a look at our Hsinchu County trip generator to schedule your visit to Beipu and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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最近去了但是覺得已經沒有以前棒了 失去老街該有的味道 有種落寞的感覺 會去也是去買一口菜包吃而已 就會想離開了 如果多點特色會更好
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