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FengShan Senior High (2019 CyberFair Project ID 8484)
Taiwan, Kaohsiung
Official Status: Final Project: Ready for Judging
Category: 6. Historical Landmarks

We estimate 8 student(s) from 15 to 17 will work on this entry.

Description of Our Community: Located in the south of Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, Fengshan District is a community with a long history and rich cultural assets. Furthermore, it popularity is the largest in Kaohsiung. It was a military base in Ming and Zheng Dynasties. There are many delicious food and night markets, and the community is very lively and busy. Moreover, there is a advanced performance hall, Weiwuying, and historic sites for studying history, such as Fengyi Academy. The water conservancy facilities are developed, and there is a most important water source in the Kaohsiung area, Cao Gongzhen. There are a lot of public facilities, and there are convenient transportation, for instance, MRT, trains, highways, etc. So, it is very convenient to come to Fengshan.

Project Description: Fengshan is a ancient town. It's an important military base from the Ming Zheng period to the Qing Dynasty. Fengshan Weiwu Ying was the reclaimed land of Zheng Chenggong's Army.Sometimes they grew the food,and sometimes they did the army training here.And it was a training center for recruits decades ago.Now it is a metropolitan park and Music Center since Decades ago. And it also provide the transportation info, let more people who want to visit Fengshan can come here for much convinient sightseeing.

There are plenty of ancient temple in Fengshan, and it’s men’s faith center. We focus on the ancient architecture. We not only hope that everyone will visit Fengshan and taste the food but also recognize the history. We can tell from the results of the questionnaire that the current young men are not familiar with the history of Fengshan even if they have been to Fengshan before. Perhaps that thet may not understand their hometown history. In the urban city, technology is changing with each passing day, so don’t forget to look back what happened on this land.

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