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Qingye Village

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    Qingye Village

More than 400 years ago, the ancestors of Qingye relocated on a number of occasions before settling down at the site of today’s village. The village was named Qingye in 1976. As you travel along the “mountain highway” (Ping 185 road), when you see an eye-catching arrangement of river stones and a sign with a group of butterflies about to take to the air, you know you already arrive at Qingye Village.

Qingye is a Rukai aborigine tribe. The way they decorate their house tells the stories of the family. Colorful houses line the narrow streets. You may identify the house belongs to a hunting family by its decoration of those hunted animals.

A female artist in the village created a striking butterfly window and a butterfly wall. She also built a butterfly ladder to symbolize the connection between Qingye Elementary School and the village.

Last Update:2018-08-03

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