Welcome to the Taichung Province City Journal where we will show off the capital of our country, Taichung. We will begin with the Capital itself, Taichung City. Enjoy
This is the man-made island (as in surrounded by a canal) which contains the largest parts of the government, the actual Government of Nilia and Albian building in the centre, to the left is Taichung City and Province Hall and to the right is a Convention Hall. In front all off of them is a rather new edition to the island, A statue that represents Unity and Peace, with the statues of a brother and sister, seemingly running to the head of all the Peace and Unity, the government. That part of the statues meaning being based off a true story of a brother and sister whose parents were killed by the infamous Macunsa Cartel. They then proceeded to travel by any means from their small home city to the capital here where they're only remaining relative lives and still lives with them.
Here we have the famous walled city of Taichung, the oldest part of the city itself. There is actually 2 parts to the walled city, the outside traditional Sanese houses. Most transformed from the old Ghuangji housing style, and inside the Temple compound there are older examples of Ghuangji housing, much much earlier than the Sanese houses outside of it. Outside of cities, this is the only example of this era in Ghuangji housing. The small vineyard behind the Temple is still actually churning out White wine and every year they reach a spectacular price for it's rarity.
This here is the smallest sample of out Commercial districts. Nothing out of the ordinary about these shopping areas apart from the small Shopping Centre to the south of this picture But don't let a lack of shipping centres get to you, the shops on the streets are in very large numbers, and at night, venders often try to sell their produce on the streets to tourists, the atmosphere at that time is very nice which calls for packed streets of tourists.
And here is a teaser for next update. Hope you've enjoyed looking at the city and we hope to see you again.