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    Hsinchu is the oldest city in Northern Taiwan, yet is a hub of scientific and technological innovation. The area was originally inhabited by a native tribe called the Taokas some 400 years ago. They named the city “Chuchang”, and it wasn’t until the late 1800s that its name was officially changed to Hsinchu by Emperor Guangxu, launching a very prosperous period which continues to this day.

    Hsinchu has become quite a busy city, yet it remains compact and retains the charms and scenery of its mountainside location. You’ll find beautiful historical landmarks alongside convenient modern facilities, as well as cultural attractions alongside natural ones.

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