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Taiwan contemporary sculpting master “Ju Ming” chose the picturesque Jinshan district for organizing an 11-hectare art park. Works from his different periods were displayed in accordance with the landscape. The must see is the outdoor “Tai Chi Plaza”, presenting the powerful, one of a kind giant sculptures from the most significant Tai Chi series of works by Ju Ming. In addition, the pyramidal structure of the museum itself displays print, wood carvings and pottery works of Ju Ming. Here you can walk outdoors and delicately appreciate the art works both dynamic and static. The Museum area is beautifully planned and fit for photo lovers to pose uniquely with the large sculptures for creative photos.
Shifen Old Street
The main feature here is the intersection of the old street built to connect with the railways. One can experience interesting “train passing by doorways” and the fun of shopping besides the railway tracks. It is also a well-known site where many Taiwanese singers take their MVs. One could stroll along the eateries or buy a “Shifen(very) happy” postcard and send to yourself in the future. If interested, you could also purchase a sky lantern and write down wishes to bless yourself with friends and families. The friendly shop owner will not only offer advice but also instruct how to take nice photos with the sky lanterns! Tourists must follow traffic signs and not randomly cross the railroad tracks to avoid danger! The sky lantern shops here are in business weekdays and holidays. Write down your wishes on the sky lanterns and make your dreams come true!