In addition to plentiful fisheries resources, there are aquatic plants, such as agar, red algae, and kelps, making Aodi the major seafood distribution site on the Northeast Coast.
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During 1872 to 1880, Dr. Mackay had been preaching to the Taiwanese people outdoors until he felt the need to build a school. Therefore, when he returned to Britain in 1880, he raised money for the school. Construction of Oxford College completed in 1882. In honor of the British contributors, he named the school after his hometown, Oxford. Oxford College has the characteristics of traditional Chinese architecture with a symmetrical structure. There are 8 little Buddhist towers on the roof instead of crucifixes. The school engaged in training missionaries, medial workers and teachers. The building has been listed as second grade historical site.
Hsiongkong Creek, Lah-lah Valley
Lah-lah Valley is a long, natural camping ground that lies on the path heading to Hsiongkong Creek. On all four sides are luxuriant, green trees that maintain the area’s natural scenery, and it is a popular summer destination because of the creek, filled with clear water that entices people to jump in and play.