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The Ecological Grandeur of Wuri

In ancient times, the Wuri region was a melting pot of indigenous Pingpu tribes. Large-scale cultivation began during the Qing Dynasty, gradually forming Han Chinese villages.

This land is rich in history, culture, and ecology. The nearby Fazi River was once teeming with aquatic resources, and even today, remnants of traditional laundry pavilions can be found along its banks. The Wu River, which forms the border with Changhua County, is an essential route for the annual pilgrimage of the local Mazu deity. Furthermore, the nearby breweries and tourist night markets have become prominent attractions, bringing a diverse and lively atmosphere to the region.

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The Maple Trees of Wuri
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Setting Out Together