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Pears

Pears

Buds Buds of temperate-zone variety pears were grafted onto the branch of the tree of Heng-shan pear to breed the so-called “Mountain Pear”, which is juicy, delicate, and sweet. Its taste is comparable to the taste of its temperate zone counterpart.

─Indigenous Culture and Tourism information website

Millet

Millet

Millet was the major staple for Indigenous people during the Japanese colonial period. Now it is an essential offering at the altar during the harvest festival. It represents the vitality, stamina and cultural spirit of Indigenous people. Millet can endure drought, resist blight, and it can also be stored for prolonged periods. The stem can be weaved to make containers. It is a hardy crop and precious gift from heaven to help humans survive difficult times.

─Indigenous Culture and Tourism information website
─Pingtung tourism website

Mushrooms

Mushrooms

Mushrooms were grown in punched holes on chopped wood trunks in early days. Then they were dried after harvesting manually. Now the “space packaging” technology is applied. The quantity and quality have both improved a lot.

─Text from Indigenous Culture and Tourism information website
─Council of Agriculture, Executive Yuan

Paiwan Sculpture

Paiwan Sculpture

The Paiwan tribe is famous for their artistic accomplishments, especially in sculpture, cloth making, and clay pots. Collectors in Taiwan and overseas also consider these art pieces very valuable and treasure them very much.

─Pingtung County government

Pottery

Pottery

Like the town of Yingge in the north, Meinong is known as the pottery and ceramics center of southern Taiwan. ─Sandimen Township office

Last Update:2021-10-21

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