In the spring season, the city is instantly colorful. There are rhododendrons blooming everywhere on the campus. The neem trees on the roadside produce pink-purple flower spikes, the tiny yellow flowers of camphor trees exude a delicate fragrance, and the branches are dyed by various cherry blossoms, or bright yellow or light pink bell trees. Colorful and beautiful. Living in the city, have you ever noticed the little greenery around you? And what kind of stories do these landscapes have? The publication of this issue happened to coincide with the “Interesting in the City of the City” series of activities held by the Cultural Association in the southern pt was laid.
"Taipei City South", as the name suggests, refers to the southern side of Taipei City. Corresponding to today's administrative divisions and modern Special Database roads, with Zhongzheng District as the core, the north is bounded by the first section of Zhongxiao West Road where Taipei Railway Station is located, the south is bounded by the first section of Heping West Road, the west is the section of Zhonghua Road where Ximen Station is located, and the east is Shandao Temple. It is located on Linsen South Road. In this area, there are many important government buildings, museums, and educational institutions. It is an important town for Taipei to develop culture and education. Walking in the south of Taipei City, you can see the "imperial office" left over from the Qing Dynasty and the
"Taiwan Governor's Office" built by the Japanese government, which highlights the important political status here; you can also see the Republic of China after World War II. After the government moved to Taiwan, the military family brought a rich and profound food culture from the north and south of the river, which is full of folk vitality. The "Old Town of Hsinchu City" with a similar atmosphere is bounded by Dongda Road, Nanda Road, West Road, and Beida Road in Hsinchu City, with an area of about one square kilometer.