Taiwan's Yilan is a land of abundance


By LEESAN

The San-fu Leisure Farm is a family-run business.

Taiwan had been colonised by Japan for 50 years before World War II. At the time, Japan considered Taiwan their permanent territory, and developed the island in accordance with the highest and best Japanese standards. These developments include infrastructure like railroad, airport, harbour, roads and towns, as well as industries like agriculture, ranching, fishing and forestry.

These works were not limited to just Taipei and Taichung on the west coast, but across the island.

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