字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hello, I am Carl. Hi, I am Rian. Welcome to “Hot English Classroom”. Rian, have you heard of Baosheng Emperor? Yeah, he's a very important deity in Taiwan, in charge of medicine and health. Then do you know of Baosheng Emperor's prescription fortune sticks? Prescription fortune sticks? What's that? Back in the days, ill people would go to Baosheng Emperor's temple to seek medicine. After lighting incense and stating their identity, they would place the incense on top of their wrists for a reading of the pulse by the deity. Next, they would go pick a fortune stick. On the stick there will be a prescription. By following the prescription and taking the medicine, your illness would be cured. Tainan's Grand Guan Yin Pavilion and Shin-ji Temple in the North District still practice this tradition. Wow, that sounds amazing, does it really work? These prescriptions are all Chinese medicine remedies that have been passed on for centuries. They're known for being simple, inexpensive, easily accessible, and they also emphasize intestinal health. That sounds really practical! It is also in tune with the needs and living conditions of the populace in the past. What a considerate deity! That's right, this is Taiwan's traditional faith, and it's inseparable from daily life. This makes me really want to go check out the North District now! Speaking of the North District, I also recommend you to check out the Lane 321 Art Village. Lane 321 Art Village? What kind of place is that? Lane 321 used to be the dormitories for military families and college professors. Although it has been desolate for a while, it is abundant in cultural history. With the arrival of many artistic groups, the place has regained some of its hustle and bustle. That sounds like the perfect place for hipsters to take a stroll and take pictures. That's right, it is indeed very suitable for taking pictures and walks. There are many installation art and art exhibitions for photo opportunities. You can also see stories of cultural history too. That's very enticing, is there anything else you can do in the North District? Not far from Lane 321, there's Tainan's oldest park and the Children's Science Museum. You would never think that there could be such a large park in the middle of the city. During the weekends, it gets really lively. It's perfect for a family trip! Wow! Thank you for your recommendations! Don't sweat it! Let's review the key words today. Let's review together! Do you remember all of them now? Yes, I do. See you next time at “Hot English Classroom”!