Hakka revitalization project picks up steam

Taiwan Today
Date: March 24, 2017

The first coordination meeting of a four-year interagency project to revitalize Taiwan’s Hakka culture was held March 22 in Taipei City as part of government efforts to strengthen the nation’s multicultural society and spur balanced economic development.

The beauty of Hakka communities in Taiwan and the vibrancy of the demographic’s culture are at the heart of the four-year Hakka Romantic Avenue project. (Staff photo/Chen Mei-ling)

Involving representatives from the Council of Agriculture, Hakka Affairs Council and Ministry of Economic Affairs, among others, the meeting focused on the project’s primary goal of transforming a 150-kilometer section of the 438.7-kilometer-long Provincial Highway No. 3—also known as the Inner-Mountain Highway—into the Hakka Romantic Avenue.    [FULL  STORY]

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