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Taixi Township or Taisi Township (Chinese: 臺西鄕; Hanyu Pinyin: Táixī Xiāng; Tongyong Pinyin: Táisi Siang; Wade–Giles: T'ai-hsi Hsiang), is a rural township in Yunlin County, Taiwan, lying to the west of Dongshi, south of Mailiao
Mailiao
and north of Sihu, and including a section of coastline on the Taiwan
Taiwan
Strait

Contents

1 History 2 Geography 3 Administrative divisions 4 Economy 5 Notable Families 6 Transport 7 Sights 8 Representation of Taixi in the media 9 References 10 External links

History[edit] Taixi's coastal waters were traditionally used in oyster farming, but in 1991 they were zoned for offshore industrial use.[1] Geography[edit] As of December 2016, Taixi had 8,727 households and a total population of 24,212, including 11,244 females and 12,968 males.[2] Administrative divisions[edit] The township comprises 15 villages: Fuqi, Gwanghua, Haibei, Haikou, Hainan, Hefeng, Niuxi, Quanzhou, Shanliao, Taixi, Wengang, Wugang, Wuxiang, Xiding and Yongfeng.[2] Economy[edit] The township produces radishes.[3] Notable Families[edit] Main article: Islam in Taiwan Up to 70 percent of the residents of Taixi are members of a Hui muslim family, surnamed Ting (Chinese: 丁; pinyin: Dīng; Wade–Giles: Ting1), descended from Sayyid Ajjal Shams al-Din Omar. They trace their lineage to him via the Quanzhou
Quanzhou
Ting family of Fujian. Even as they were pretending to be Han chinese
Han chinese
in Fujian, they still practiced Islam when they came to Taiwan
Taiwan
200 years ago, building a mosque, but eventually becoming Buddhist
Buddhist
or Daoist. The mosque is now the Ding family's Daoist
Daoist
temple.[4] Transport[edit]

Freeway 17 (BingHai Freeway) Freeway 61 Freeway 78 Highway 154, 155, 158

Sights[edit] The Taixi Maritime themed park built in 1992 by the Yunlin County Government covers 121 Hectares and is a main contributor to the local economy. The park is primarily wetlands and is host to a variety of wildlife and flora including intertidal animals, such as fiddler crabs, mudskippers, sea cockroaches, egrets, herons, other migratory birds, cacti, mangroves and others.[citation needed] Representation of Taixi in the media[edit] In 1982, a novel was published telling the story of a young Taixi man who escaped prison and went on a killing spree in Taiwan. Although this was fiction, it had a large impact on the way other Taiwanese people perceive its villagers to this day.[citation needed] References[edit]

^ "Yunlin commissioner pleads oyster farmers' case". taipeitimes.com. Retrieved January 30, 2017.  ^ a b 人口統計 [Population statistics]. taisi.household.yunlin.gov.tw (in Chinese). Taisi Township Household Registration Office, Yunlin County. December 2016. Retrieved January 30, 2017.  ^ Tu, Yu-an (27 April 2016). "Farmers suffer despite white radish price hikes". Taipei Times. Retrieved 26 April 2017.  ^ Loa Iok-Sin / STAFF REPORTER (August 31, 2008). "FEATURE : Taisi Township re-engages its Muslim roots". Taipei Times. p. 4. Retrieved May 29, 2011. 

External links[edit]

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Note: Hanyu Pinyin
Pinyin
is the national standard and promulgated by the Ministry of Interior. Exceptions: "Lukang" instead of "Lugang" and names of Counties.

Coordinates: 23°42′N 120°12′E / 23.700°N 120.200°E

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Taixi Township or Taisi Township (Chinese: 臺西鄕; Hanyu Pinyin: Táixī Xiāng; Tongyong Pinyin: Táisi Siang; Wade–Giles: T'ai-hsi Hsiang), is a rural township in Yunlin County, Taiwan, lying to the west of Dongshi, south of Mailiao
Mailiao
and north of Sihu, and including a section of coastline on the Taiwan
Taiwan
Strait

Contents

1 History 2 Geography 3 Administrative divisions 4 Economy 5 Notable Families 6 Transport 7 Sights 8 Representation of Taixi in the media 9 References 10 External links

History[edit] Taixi's coastal waters were traditionally used in oyster farming, but in 1991 they were zoned for offshore industrial use.[1] Geography[edit] As of December 2016, Taixi had 8,727 households and a total population of 24,212, including 11,244 females and 12,968 males.[2] Administrative divisions[edit] The township comprises 15 villages: Fuqi, Gwanghua, Haibei, Haikou, Hainan, Hefeng, Niuxi, Quanzhou, Shanliao, Taixi, Wengang, Wugang, Wuxiang, Xiding and Yongfeng.[2] Economy[edit] The township produces radishes.[3] Notable Families[edit] Main article: Islam in Taiwan Up to 70 percent of the residents of Taixi are members of a Hui muslim family, surnamed Ting (Chinese: 丁; pinyin: Dīng; Wade–Giles: Ting1), descended from Sayyid Ajjal Shams al-Din Omar. They trace their lineage to him via the Quanzhou
Quanzhou
Ting family of Fujian. Even as they were pretending to be Han chinese
Han chinese
in Fujian, they still practiced Islam when they came to Taiwan
Taiwan
200 years ago, building a mosque, but eventually becoming Buddhist
Buddhist
or Daoist. The mosque is now the Ding family's Daoist
Daoist
temple.[4] Transport[edit]

Freeway 17 (BingHai Freeway) Freeway 61 Freeway 78 Highway 154, 155, 158

Sights[edit] The Taixi Maritime themed park built in 1992 by the Yunlin County Government covers 121 Hectares and is a main contributor to the local economy. The park is primarily wetlands and is host to a variety of wildlife and flora including intertidal animals, such as fiddler crabs, mudskippers, sea cockroaches, egrets, herons, other migratory birds, cacti, mangroves and others.[citation needed] Representation of Taixi in the media[edit] In 1982, a novel was published telling the story of a young Taixi man who escaped prison and went on a killing spree in Taiwan. Although this was fiction, it had a large impact on the way other Taiwanese people perceive its villagers to this day.[citation needed] References[edit]

^ "Yunlin commissioner pleads oyster farmers' case". taipeitimes.com. Retrieved January 30, 2017.  ^ a b 人口統計 [Population statistics]. taisi.household.yunlin.gov.tw (in Chinese). Taisi Township Household Registration Office, Yunlin County. December 2016. Retrieved January 30, 2017.  ^ Tu, Yu-an (27 April 2016). "Farmers suffer despite white radish price hikes". Taipei Times. Retrieved 26 April 2017.  ^ Loa Iok-Sin / STAFF REPORTER (August 31, 2008). "FEATURE : Taisi Township re-engages its Muslim roots". Taipei Times. p. 4. Retrieved May 29, 2011. 

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Taixi Township, Yunlin County.

Taisi Township Office, Yunlin County

v t e

Cities and townships of Yunlin County

County seat: Douliu

Cities

Douliu

Urban townships

Beigang Dounan Huwei Tuku Xiluo

Rural townships

Baozhong Citong Dapi Dongshi Erlun Gukeng Kouhu Linnei Lunbei Mailiao Shuilin Sihu Taixi Yuanchang

v t e

Townships in Taiwan

Urban townships

Changhua

Beidou Erlin Hemei Lukang Tianzhong Xihu

Chiayi

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Hsinchu

Guanxi Xinpu Zhudong

Hualien

Fenglin Yuli

Kinmen

Jincheng Jinhu Jinsha

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Houlong Tongxiao Yuanli Zhunan Zhuolan

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Caotun Jiji Puli Zhushan

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Jinning Lieyu Wuqiu

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Taitung

Beinan Changbin Chishang Dawu Donghe Luye Lüdao Taimali

Yilan

Dongshan Jiaoxi Sanxing Wujie Yuanshan Zhuangwei

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Baozhong Citong Dapi Dongshi Erlun Gukeng Kouhu Linnei Lunbei Mailiao Shuilin Sihu Taixi Yuanchang

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Hsinchu

Jianshi Wufeng

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Tai'an

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Pingtung

Chunri Laiyi Majia Mudan Sandimen Shizi Taiwu Wutai

Taitung

Daren Haiduan Jinfeng Lanyu Yanping

Yilan

Datong Nan'ao

Note: Hanyu Pinyin
Pinyin
is the national standard and promulgated by the Ministry of Interior. Exceptions: "Lukang" instead of "Lugang" and names of Counties.

Coordinates: 23°42′N 120°12′E / 23.700°N 120.200°E

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Taixi Township or Taisi Township (Chinese: 臺西鄕; Hanyu Pinyin: Táixī Xiāng; Tongyong Pinyin: Táisi Siang; Wade–Giles: T'ai-hsi Hsiang), is a rural township in Yunlin County, Taiwan, lying to the west of Dongshi, south of Mailiao
Mailiao
and north of Sihu, and including a section of coastline on the Taiwan
Taiwan
Strait

Contents

1 History 2 Geography 3 Administrative divisions 4 Economy 5 Notable Families 6 Transport 7 Sights 8 Representation of Taixi in the media 9 References 10 External links

History[edit] Taixi's coastal waters were traditionally used in oyster farming, but in 1991 they were zoned for offshore industrial use.[1] Geography[edit] As of December 2016, Taixi had 8,727 households and a total population of 24,212, including 11,244 females and 12,968 males.[2] Administrative divisions[edit] The township comprises 15 villages: Fuqi, Gwanghua, Haibei, Haikou, Hainan, Hefeng, Niuxi, Quanzhou, Shanliao, Taixi, Wengang, Wugang, Wuxiang, Xiding and Yongfeng.[2] Economy[edit] The township produces radishes.[3] Notable Families[edit] Main article: Islam in Taiwan Up to 70 percent of the residents of Taixi are members of a Hui muslim family, surnamed Ting (Chinese: 丁; pinyin: Dīng; Wade–Giles: Ting1), descended from Sayyid Ajjal Shams al-Din Omar. They trace their lineage to him via the Quanzhou
Quanzhou
Ting family of Fujian. Even as they were pretending to be Han chinese
Han chinese
in Fujian, they still practiced Islam when they came to Taiwan
Taiwan
200 years ago, building a mosque, but eventually becoming Buddhist
Buddhist
or Daoist. The mosque is now the Ding family's Daoist
Daoist
temple.[4] Transport[edit]

Freeway 17 (BingHai Freeway) Freeway 61 Freeway 78 Highway 154, 155, 158

Sights[edit] The Taixi Maritime themed park built in 1992 by the Yunlin County Government covers 121 Hectares and is a main contributor to the local economy. The park is primarily wetlands and is host to a variety of wildlife and flora including intertidal animals, such as fiddler crabs, mudskippers, sea cockroaches, egrets, herons, other migratory birds, cacti, mangroves and others.[citation needed] Representation of Taixi in the media[edit] In 1982, a novel was published telling the story of a young Taixi man who escaped prison and went on a killing spree in Taiwan. Although this was fiction, it had a large impact on the way other Taiwanese people perceive its villagers to this day.[citation needed] References[edit]

^ "Yunlin commissioner pleads oyster farmers' case". taipeitimes.com. Retrieved January 30, 2017.  ^ a b 人口統計 [Population statistics]. taisi.household.yunlin.gov.tw (in Chinese). Taisi Township Household Registration Office, Yunlin County. December 2016. Retrieved January 30, 2017.  ^ Tu, Yu-an (27 April 2016). "Farmers suffer despite white radish price hikes". Taipei Times. Retrieved 26 April 2017.  ^ Loa Iok-Sin / STAFF REPORTER (August 31, 2008). "FEATURE : Taisi Township re-engages its Muslim roots". Taipei Times. p. 4. Retrieved May 29, 2011. 

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Taixi Township, Yunlin County.

Taisi Township Office, Yunlin County

v t e

Cities and townships of Yunlin County

County seat: Douliu

Cities

Douliu

Urban townships

Beigang Dounan Huwei Tuku Xiluo

Rural townships

Baozhong Citong Dapi Dongshi Erlun Gukeng Kouhu Linnei Lunbei Mailiao Shuilin Sihu Taixi Yuanchang

v t e

Townships in Taiwan

Urban townships

Changhua

Beidou Erlin Hemei Lukang Tianzhong Xihu

Chiayi

Budai Dalin

Hsinchu

Guanxi Xinpu Zhudong

Hualien

Fenglin Yuli

Kinmen

Jincheng Jinhu Jinsha

Miaoli

Houlong Tongxiao Yuanli Zhunan Zhuolan

Nantou

Caotun Jiji Puli Zhushan

Pingtung

Chaozhou Donggang Hengchun

Taitung

Chenggong Guanshan

Yilan

Luodong Su'ao Toucheng

Yunlin

Beigang Dounan Huwei Tuku Xiluo

Rural townships

Changhua

Dacheng Dacun Ershui Fangyuan Fenyuan Fuxing Huatan Pitou Puxin Puyan Shengang Shetou Tianwei Xianxi Xiushui Xizhou Yongjing Zhutang

Chiayi

Alishan Dapu Dongshi Fanlu Liujiao Lucao Meishan Minxiong Shuishang Xikou Xingang Yizhu Zhongpu Zhuqi

Hsinchu

Baoshan Beipu Emei Hengshan Hukou Qionglin Xinfeng

Hualien

Fengbin Fuli Guangfu Ji'an Ruisui Shoufeng Xincheng

Kinmen

Jinning Lieyu Wuqiu

Lienchiang

Beigan Dongyin Juguang Nangan

Miaoli

Dahu Gongguan Nanzhuang Sanwan Sanyi Shitan Tongluo Touwu Xihu Zaoqiao

Nantou

Guoxing Lugu Mingjian Shuili Yuchi Zhongliao

Penghu

Baisha Huxi Qimei Wang'an Xiyu

Pingtung

Changzhi Checheng Fangliao Fangshan Gaoshu Jiadong Jiuru Kanding Ligang Linbian Linluo Liuqiu Manzhou Nanzhou Neipu Wandan Wanluan Xinpi Xinyuan Yanpu Zhutian

Taitung

Beinan Changbin Chishang Dawu Donghe Luye Lüdao Taimali

Yilan

Dongshan Jiaoxi Sanxing Wujie Yuanshan Zhuangwei

Yunlin

Baozhong Citong Dapi Dongshi Erlun Gukeng Kouhu Linnei Lunbei Mailiao Shuilin Sihu Taixi Yuanchang

Mountain indigenous townships

Hsinchu

Jianshi Wufeng

Hualien

Wanrong Xiulin Zhuoxi

Miaoli

Tai'an

Nantou

Ren'ai Xinyi

Pingtung

Chunri Laiyi Majia Mudan Sandimen Shizi Taiwu Wutai

Taitung

Daren Haiduan Jinfeng Lanyu Yanping

Yilan

Datong Nan'ao

Note: Hanyu Pinyin
Pinyin
is the national standard and promulgated by the Ministry of Interior. Exceptions: "Lukang" instead of "Lugang" and names of Counties.

Coordinates: 23°42′N 120°12′E / 23.700°N 120.200°E

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