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  • Today we are here at the South District of Tainan City.

  • The origin of South District dates back to the Japanese colonial period.

  • It borders the sea to the west,

  • while Anping District and West-Central District to the north.

  • while Anping District and West-Central District to the north.

  • There used to be fishing villages and salt fields in the South District,

  • which is very different from a downtown scene.

  • It enjoys, a serene and slow pace of life.

  • As you come here, you will find another old Tainan lifestyle.

  • Let's go to the South District

  • and find out what's so special about here.

  • Located near the Tainan Gold Coast,

  • Shishu Old Street is a 300-year-old fishing village.

  • It was gradually forgotten

  • due to population outflow and the increasing urban-rural gap.

  • In recent years,

  • local residents have started to revitalize the community

  • with a history- and culture-centered theme.

  • They developed the cultural and creative industry

  • in the old street with painting and graffiti.

  • As a result, Shishu is now a famous village of street paintings and art creation.

  • Hey, I can smell the sweetness of traditional Chinese cake,

  • and there are a lot of traditional Chinese cake stores in Tainan City.

  • This store has a long history

  • and it makes a lot of different kinds of snacks and traditional Chinese cakes here.

  • So, do you want to learn more?

  • Let's go check it out.

  • Hi, how are you?

  • Hello.

  • So, now do you mix the maltose?

  • Now I need to cook it,

  • and then pour the pastry out after a few minutes and wait until it's sticky.

  • Then I can shape it.

  • The most famous item here, in this store, is the flour pastry.

  • And this flour pastry is only made by flour, egg, and sugar.

  • These snacks, before, it was used for engagement.

  • And now it is mostly used for worshiping the god.

  • And also a lot of people would also take it as a snack.

  • Every god wants different things.

  • When Lantern Festival comes,

  • people pray with turtles,

  • so we make many turtle-shaped flour pastries.

  • A lot of people would like to make turtle flour pastry

  • because it means that they can live longer and have a happy life.

  • Now she is shaping it into a fish or sheep or pig,

  • Because, traditionally, a lot of people would worship the god

  • by praying fish or pig, or, like, different kinds of meat.

  • But now, since it's more eco-friendly

  • and it's more convenient to just prepare such a snack,

  • a lot of people started to buy this kind of snack

  • instead of buying real meat to worship the god.

  • It smells so good!

  • Walking into the Sishu Old Street,

  • I can feel the especially serene and relaxing atmosphere.

  • Hi, how are you?

  • Do you want to buy some rice?

  • Do you want to buy some rice?

  • Yeah!

  • Here, this store has been opened for, like, 62 or 63 years,

  • and the reason why it could maintain such an old traditional way

  • is that it is all customized.

  • So, whenever a customer call them and say,

  • “I want how many grams of rice,”

  • they would prepare the requirements for the customer

  • and send the rice directly to the house.

  • Could this work again?

  • It still works. However, we are in the age of technology.

  • Rice milled by this machine will not be white.

  • Nowadays, rice is mostly sorted by computer.

  • People prefer good-looking rice,

  • but rice milled by machine is darker.

  • The rice isn't that white.

  • Computers, on the other hand, select whiter rice?

  • Yes, rice selected by computers is whiter.

  • Because I am interested in handicrafts,

  • I make some bags with the materials I use in my daily life.

  • The reason why the owner of this rice store

  • want to make this handmade stuff is that

  • she wanted to reuse all the resources she can get from her daily life.

  • For example, she would make these kind of purses or pencil bags from the rice bags.

  • And so, nowadays, she would even sell it to people who are interested in it.

  • Just like this one.

  • Some newlyweds order these types of handmade items,

  • and I make them as gifts to give out to wedding guests.

  • Can I order this when I get married?

  • In about ten years.

  • I have never seen such a traditional rice store,

  • and aside from the rice store and the stuff they've preserved,

  • these cool beverage handbags are also stuff that I find that so interesting.

  • So, if you are interested in this creative handmade stuff,

  • just come here and visit this place.

  • I love it so much! Bye!

  • The success of the once-declined old fishing village

  • to a famous tourist attraction

  • lies in the effort of some elderly people who live here.

  • And so, inspired by the most-frequently-seen things in this area,

  • this village, are fishes.

  • And so they made a lot of creative stuff,

  • like pencil bags or purses, in the shape of fish.

  • And these things are so creative and so cool that

  • a lot of people started to come here and buy a lot of these products,

  • and so they are sometimes in short supply.

  • They have brought Sishu back to the spotlight again.

  • Now, I am going to interview an elderly resident who makes the fish bag

  • and see how a fish bag is made.

  • Hi!

  • This is so cute!

  • The pared loofah can be added to oyster vermicelli.

  • Super delicious.

  • This is a famous delicacy from Tainan.

  • The milkfish's head.

  • This is a key ring that doubles as a purse.

  • This is a little purse that can put some coins.

  • This is the head of milkfish.

  • Milkfish is a very famous fish in Tainan.

  • Back in those days they used to eat the fish.

  • Nowadays, they started to make this creative stuff by hand.

  • This is the fish's skin.

  • This is the lining.

  • We sew the zipper from the inside.

  • So, first of all,

  • they have to start from the zipper.

  • And then they have to start, from the inside,

  • sewing all these things together.

  • So, you see, they are very exquisite.

  • Everything is handmade.

  • We can do this in our leisure time.

  • Otherwise, we can only stay at home

  • and play with grandchildren when we get old.

  • Because a lot of youngsters in this village moved out,

  • and a lot of people retired from their work,

  • residents started to find something meaningful to do.

  • And so, after their retirement,

  • they have teachers to teach them how to do handmade stuff.

  • So, they started to make these things

  • that make their life more meaningful and more inspirational.

  • One of my favorite is the cabbage!

  • Because, as you can see the inside,

  • it is the exactly how it looks inside the cabbage!

  • It looks exactly the same.

  • Okay, three, two, one.

  • Unlike Shishu,

  • which is a quieter place and more suitable to live in.

  • Here at Wanli old street,

  • it is more crowded,

  • and there are more things going on here.

  • Wanli community can be traced back to the Qing dynasty.

  • And up till now,

  • it remains the landscape of an old rural village.

  • The street and atmosphere here are vastly different from downtown Tainan.

  • As you walk into the alleys and lanes of Wanli,

  • you'll find surprises wherever you go.

  • It is in these alleys and lanes that you can get to experience

  • what the daily life in early Taiwanese society was like.

  • We are now here at Wan-nian Temple.

  • This temple was established in 1729,

  • and this is the religious center around this area.

  • Also, there is a big park right in front of this temple

  • where people can enjoy their free time with their families and friends.

  • And the most important thing here

  • is the king boat that has a history of 300-year-old.

  • Welcome, Miss. Liu.

  • Allow me to introduce the Wan-nian Temple in Wanli.

  • Wanli Wan-nian Temple's full name is Wanli Dai-tian Temple.

  • It is dedicated to the Lord Yeh, Lord Chu, and Lord Li.

  • This door god was painted by Master Tsai Tsao-ru.

  • He painted this piece personally.

  • And then, he hired Master Su Shui-chin and Master Su Hai-ping to carve it.

  • This temple worships Lord Yeh, Lord Chu, and Lord Li;

  • It's a kind of God in Taiwan.

  • And also, this door is very famous.

  • It's very thin,

  • and it's the only door that was supervised by a very famous teacher here.

  • This way was first established by Master Tsai Tsao-ru.

  • He used a writing brush and white powder to make a blue print.

  • And then he hired others to carve it.

  • This artwork is mainly made of stone,

  • and one thing that is very pitiful is that

  • because this stone is relatively soft,

  • after the winds blowing on the stone

  • it started to get really destructive.

  • If we want to preserve this stone art,

  • we have to pay a lot of attention on it.

  • When it comes to the King Boat,

  • it's one of the main features of Wan-nian Temple.

  • To put it simply,

  • it is a type of transportation used by nobles.

  • When Koxinga came to Taiwan from Fujian,

  • the boat they built was shaped exactly like this King Boat.

  • We hold a Taoist sacrificial ceremony.

  • After the ceremony,

  • it will go on a patrol.

  • Our King Boat is preserved by its ancient shape.

  • Every time we have a Taoist sacrificial ceremony,

  • the King Boat needs to sail on the water,

  • and we have to repair it.

  • It is waterproof after we repair it.

  • When the Taiwanese people wanted to send Koxinga

  • and his son's coffins back to the Mainland China,

  • they also used this boat, the King Boat,

  • to send them back as a respect.

  • Today

  • we have come to the South District

  • to visit two different areasSishu and Wanli.

  • These two places are full of historical and cultural heritages.

  • Among the long history of Tainan City,

  • the South District has developed a special feature and created a brand-new aspect of the Tainan City.

  • So, the residents here live a slow but easy and simple lifestyle.

  • There are not only old houses or old monuments left,

  • but also the philosophy and lifestyle that has been passed down by our ancient people.

  • So, now

  • I am going to explore more different areas here at South District.

  • Let's go.

Today we are here at the South District of Tainan City.

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