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    Sanhe Village

Sanhe Village was originally an undeveloped sandy ground. How did it become the green village of today? In 1943 a missionary from the US used the resources of the Taiwan Christian Service (TCS) to assist aborigines from Wutai, Sandimen and Majia to settle in Yiliao. The hard work of the aborigines cleared the stones and turned the sandy soil into farm land. TCS recruited a Han Chinese to advise the aborigines who worked in place of relief and were thus able to meet the basic need of each family. Their backbreaking efforts paid off and the people were able to live stable lives.

Sanhe village actually consists of three villages─ the Yuquan community, the north village, inhabited by Paiwan people; Sanhe community, central village, where Paiwan people live; and the Meiyuan community, the south village, that is inhabited by people of both the Paiwan and Rukai tribes.

Sanhe Village handicrafts ─ The Indigenous art handicrafts workshop is on Ping 37 road.

  • Sakalhe's Cultural Art Museum. This was established by Rukai sculptor Reverend Peng Shui-guang in 2003 (Sakalhe). All his works tell a story from Rukai culture. He is a warm and friendly artist. Anyone wanting to visit his museum must book in advance. He has also won the “Golden song award” and can be described as an artist of national importance.
    Address:101, Meiyuanxiang, Sanhe Village, Majia Township
    Tel::886-8-799-3105。
  • A.M handcraft workshop ─ Modest Ms Kang Ai-mei won the Rukai distinctive product award in 2008. Her works features scenes from traditional weddings. Her highly creative works are admired by many in the village.Tel::886-8-799-1711。Address:30, Meiyuanxiang, Sanhe Village, Maijia Township
  • Keleke workshop ─ Ms Sun Rui-zhu is a traditional embroidery and bead embroidery artist. Her creativity is especially apparent in the batik she makes.
    Tel:886-8-799-3141, Address:Sanhe Community Majia Township
  • Ba Shu Lang Wood carving workshop ─ Lin Yong-sen, born into an aristocratic family, is an accomplished self-taught sculptor who has honed his skills over more 20 years relying on his love for sculpture and natural talent. He teaches sculpture at Beiye Elementary School and Pingdong University of Science & Technology. Tel:886-910756332。
  • Dub La Ba La Si workshop ─ Ms Lai Chun-ju’s leather, relief and free standing sculptures are brought to life by the artist. She hopes that her work makes a contribution to the community. Tel::886-8-799-4385, Address:Yuquan Community, Majia Township
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Visit Sanhe and enjoy the sunshine and handicraft feast. During the period of April to June, come and taste the delicious native mango grown by the villagers.

Address

屏東縣瑪家鄉

Tel

886-8-7992221

Traffic Information

South second highway (National Highway No. 3) exit at Changzhi interchange ─ Provincial Highway 24 in the direction of Sandimen ─ follow signs for Taiwan Aboriginal Culture Park ─ Ping 37 road ─ Sanhe Village, Majia

  • Longitude/Latitude:22.70304/120.60862
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    Last Update:2019-08-27

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