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Chiufen was once a gold mining center and was referred to as Little Shanghai for its prosperity and colorful night life. In 1890, someone struck gold near Chiufen. The poor village with only nine families soon attracted prospectors of 4,000 families. However, with the decline of gold mining activities, Chiufen fades. Situated in mountains and face the ocean, Chiufen is a village with magnificent view of natural beauty which attracts several movie directors to shoot here. The movie “The Sad City” won the first prize in Venice Film Festival and thus awakened people's memory of Chiufen. Now, there are many unique teahouses in Chiufen. These teahouses are best stops during visit to this mountain village. " (information from: http://www.taiwanbiztour.com/around__north_17.html )
a charming café-restaurant where i had a lunch
from a bookstore
in one sentence: LUV THIS PLACE!
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