In this blog I'll like to share with you Miyaharu, Sinshe, Rainbow Village, Formosa Aboriginal Culture Village, Wen Wu Temple and finally the ascent to the mountains of He Hehuan Shan in the Taroko National Park.We also visit the Our guide Ah Hui, always made sure we get a good start to the day through our stomach.Organized by Asean Federation of Land Surveying and Geomatics (Asean Flag) at Taichung, Taiwan on 20 – 23 March 2016.
The 1st mouthful tasted "weird" but after my taste buds reorientated and adapted, it tasted pretty good! Of course, there were quite a few other items on the menu, too.
Buy some gifts for friends and relatives and try their wide range of ice cream and bubble teas.
In a discovery perfectly timed for Mother’s Day, archaeologists in Taiwan have unearthed the 4,800-year-old human fossil of a mother cradling an infant in her arms.
The most striking discovery among them was the skeleton of a young mother looking down at a child cradled in her arms. READ MORE: * Fossils found in African cave are new species of human kin - scientists * Kauri gum fossil washed up on Takapuna beach * Canterbury researchers help identify 22 million-year-old fossil * Scientists find fossil of ancient rat-like mammal in Spain The excavation of the site began in May 2014 and took a year to complete."When it was unearthed, all of the archaeologists and staff members were shocked. Because the mother was looking down at the baby in her hands," Chu Whei-lee, a curator in the Anthropology Department at Taiwan's National Museum of Natural Science, said on Wednesday [NZ time].
Carbon dating was used to determine the ages of the fossils, which included five children.
The bikeway is shaded by trees, and there are unique and beautiful scenic spots.