|Capital||East Dist. (東區)|
|Area||60. The following is a list of counties and cities under the jurisdiction of the Republic of China (Taiwan ranked by area. 0256 km²|
(Ranked 24 of 25)
|Population (May 2004)|
(Ranked 21 of 25)
|- Density||4,500 /km²|
|- Flower||Hong Kong orchid tree|
|- Tree||Hong Kong orchid tree|
Chiayi City (sometimes romanized as Jiayi) (traditional Chinese: 嘉義市; Hanyu Pinyin: Jiāyì Shì; Tongyong Pinyin: Jiayì Shìh; Wade-Giles: Chia-i Shih; Taiwanese: Ka-gī chhī) is a city located in the plains of southwestern Taiwan. Square Kilometre ( US spelling square kilometer) symbol km2, is a decimal multiple of the SI unit of In Biology a population is the collection of inter-breeding organisms of a particular Species; in Sociology "MMIV" redirects here For the Modest Mouse album see " Baron von Bullshit Rides Again " The following is a list of counties and cities under the jurisdiction of the Republic of China ( Taiwan) ranked by population The following is a list of counties and cities under the jurisdiction of the Republic of China ( Taiwan) ranked by population density Districts are a type of Administrative division, in some countries managed by a Local government. Bauhinia blakeana ( is an Evergreen Tree, in the Genus Bauhinia, with large thick leaves and striking purplish red Pinyin, more formally Hanyu pinyin, is the most common Standard Mandarin Romanization system in use Tongyong pinyin ( was the official Romanization of Mandarin Chinese in the Republic of China (commonly known as Taiwan) between 2002 and 2008 Wade-Giles (ˌweɪdˈʤaɪlz) sometimes abbreviated Wade, is a Romanization system (phonetic notation and Transcription) for the Mandarin Taiwan ( Taiwanese: Tâi-oân/Tāi-oân (historically 大灣/台員/大員/台圓/大圓/台窩灣 is an Island in East Asia. It is surrounded by Chiayi County and is currently governed as a provincial city of Taiwan Province, Republic of China. Provincial cities (省轄市 shěngxiáshì) sometimes translated provincial municipalities, are cities lesser in rank than Direct-controlled municipalities REPUBLIC OF CHINA ARTICLE GUIDELINES Formerly called Kagee during the late Qing Dynasty and Kagi during the Japanese era, its historical name is Tirosen. Not to be confused with Qin Dynasty, the first dynasty of Imperial China The Japanese colonial period, Japanese rule or the Imperial Japanese occupation, in the context of Taiwan 's history refers to the period between
First inhabited by the Hoanya aborigines, the region was named Tirosen. The Hoanya ( are a Taiwanese aboriginal people who live primarily in Changhua county, Chiayi city Nantou county, and near Tainan City Taiwanese aborigines ( Taiwanese Pe̍h-oē-jī: gôan-chū-bîn literally “original inhabitants” is the term commonly applied in reference to the Indigenous peoples With the arrival of Han Chinese in southwestern Taiwan, the name Tirosen evolved to become Chu-lô-san (Chinese characters: 諸羅山) in the Holo (Taiwanese) language. Han Chinese ( are an Ethnic group native to China and by most modern definitions the largest single Ethnic group in the world. A Chinese character, also known as a Han character ( is a Logogram used in writing Chinese (hanzi Japanese ( Eventually, Chu-lô-san was shortened to simply Chu-lô. Because of the choice of the characters, it has been mistakenly suggested that the origin of the name Chu-lô-san or Chu-lô came from the expression "mountains surrounding the east. " "Peach City" is another name for Chiayi City due to its peach-shaped territory in ancient times. The tip of the peach is around current Central Fountain and was called "Peach-tip" by citizens.
Chulôsan was once the foothold from which a large scale of people from mainland immigrated in. In 1621, Yen Szu-Chi, who came from Zhangzhou, Fujian Province, first led his people to cultivate this land after they landed at Penkang (Peikang). Dialect The main dialect spoken in Zhangzhou is Hokkien, one of the major Min Nan ( languages This article is about the People's Republic of China province In the 15th year of Yung-Li, the Ming Dynasty (1661), Koxinga defeated the Dutch based in Taiwan. The Ming Dynasty ( or Empire of the Great Ming ( was the ruling dynasty of China from 1368 to 1644 following the collapse of the Mongol -led Koxinga ( Pe̍h-oē-jī: Kok-sèng-iâ/Kok-sìⁿ-iâ Lord with the Imperial Surname) is the traditional Western spelling of the popular appellation of Then he established one province, Cheng-Tien-Fu, and two counties Tien-Hsing, and Wan-Nien demarcated by the Hsin-Kang River (the Yen-Shui River now). Chiayi was under the jurisdiction of the Tien-Hsing County.
In the 23rd year of Kangxi, the Qing Dynasty (1684), Taiwan was established as Taiwan Sub-Province governing three counties, Taiwan and Feng-Shan, which were divided from Wan-Nien County in Ming Dynasty, and Chu-Lo, which was changed from Tien-Hsing County. The Kangxi Emperor ( Mongolian Enkh Amgalan Khaan, May 4, 1654 &ndash December 20, 1722) was the third Emperor of Not to be confused with Qin Dynasty, the first dynasty of Imperial China The county government of Chu-Lo County was in Chia Li Hsing (the current Chia-Li Town of Tainan Hsien). In the 43rd year of Kang-Hsih, the Qing Dynasty (1704), the county government of Chu-Lo County moved from Chia Li Hsing to Chuloshan, the current Chiayi City, with city walls in wood railing. In the 5th year of Yung-Cheng, the county magistrate, Liu Liang-Bi rebuilt the gatehouses and set a gun platform for each gatehouse. The four gatehouses were named: "Chin Shan" for East, "Tai Hai" for West, "Chung Yang" for South, and "Kung Chen" for North. In the 12th year of Yung-Cheng, magistrate Lu-Hung built piercing-bamboo to better protect the city. In the 51st year of Qianlong, the Qing Dynasty (1786), Lin Shuang-Wen headed his people to siege Chuloshan but failed because of the assisting defense from the inhabitants. Emperor Qianlong (Chinese 乾隆 Qiánlóng, Wade-Giles' Ch'ien-Lung', Mongolian Tengeriig Tetgesen Khaan, born Hongli (弘历 September Consequently, on November 3 of the next year, the Qing Emperor made an imperial announcement: awarded the name "Chiayi" to replace "Chuloshan" for praising the citizens' loyalty. In the 11th year of Kuang-Hsiu, Qing Dynasty, Taiwan was approved to be a province. Two years later, the jurisdiction was divided as three sub-provinces, one direct county, eleven counties and three bureaus. Chaiyi belonged to Taiwan sub-province and the hall was still in Chiayi.
In 1895, Taiwan was ceded to Japan in the Treaty of Shimonoseki. The Treaty of Shimonoseki ( Japanese: 下関条約 "Shimonoseki Jōyaku") known as the Treaty of Maguan ( in China was signed at In 1906, a major earthquake devastated the entire city wall except the Eastern Gate. The Japanese authorities reconstructed the city and made it the most modem. Industries and trades started to flourish. In 1907, the construction of forest railroad to Alishan (Mt. The Alishan National Scenic Area ( is a mountain resort and natural preserve located in the mountains of Chiayi County in Taiwan. Ali) was begun. Chiayi became an autonomy group as Chiayi Town and later (1930) promoted as an autonomous city.
In 1945, when Japan relinquished control of Taiwan, Chiayi City was elevated to a provincial city under the jurisdiction of the Republic of China. REPUBLIC OF CHINA ARTICLE GUIDELINES In 1950, because of the re-allocation of administrative areas in which Taiwan was divided into 16 counties, 5 provincial cities, and a special bureau, Chiayi City was downgraded to a county-government status. As a result, a shortage of capital largely hindered its development. On July 1, 1982, it was elevated again to a provincial city as a result of pressure from local elites.
|Wenhua Night Market||Thousand of venders gather here, and there are various cooked cuisine. Among these cuisines,” fountain chicken rice", "Kuo-jing-chen flat noodles soup" and "fried preserved cabbage and shrimp egg" are the famous dishes.||At fountain traffic circle on Jungshan Rd. extend to Chuei-yang Rd. , Chiai|
quote from Tourism Bureau, MOTC, R.O.C.
|This article contains Chinese text. Hsinchu City ( POJ: Sin-tek is a city in northern Taiwan. Hsinchu is popularly nicknamed "The Windy City" REPUBLIC OF CHINA ARTICLE GUIDELINES Syracuse (locally ˈsɛrəkjuːs sometimes ˈsɪrəkjuːs or /ˈsɪərəkjuːs/ by non-natives is a city in Central New York, USA. The United States of America —commonly referred to as the The United States of America —commonly referred to as the The Mayor of Chiayi is the chief executive of the government of Chiayi City. ( March 5, 1910 – January 5, 2007) was the Taiwanese Japanese founder and chairman of Nissin Food Products Co |
Without proper rendering support, you may see question marks, boxes, or other symbols instead of Chinese characters. Mojibake is the happenstance of incorrect unreadable characters (garbage characters shown when Computer software fails to render a text correctly according to its associated A Chinese character, also known as a Han character ( is a Logogram used in writing Chinese (hanzi Japanese (