Cijin District, Kaohsiung
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Cijin District, Kaohsiung
Cijin


Chichin, Qijin
Cijin District[1]
Cijin District view from Mt QiHou.jpg
Official logo of Cijin
Cijin
Cijin District in Kaohsiung City
Cijin District in Kaohsiung City
CountryTaiwan
RegionSouthern Taiwan
Population
(January 2016)
 o Total28,992
Websitecijin.kcg.gov.tw (in Chinese);
cijin.kcg.gov.tw/en/ (in English)
Cijin District Administrative Center, Kaohsiung City

Cijin District[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8] (Chinese: ?; Hanyu Pinyin: Qíj?n Q?; Tongyong Pinyin: Cíjin Cyu; Wade-Giles: Ch?i²-chin¹ Ch?ü¹; Hokkien POJ: Kî-tin-khu) is a district of Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, covering Cijin Island and islands in the South China Sea. It is the second smallest district in Kaohsiung City after Yancheng District.

History

Cijin as part of the Japanese Takao Prefecture

Cijin forms the original core of the Kaohsiung, which was established by the fisherman Hsu Ah-hua () in the mid-17th century. He realized the attractiveness of the location when he was forced to seek shelter from a typhoon in the Taiwan Strait and returned with settlers from the Hung, Wang, Cai, Li, Bai, and Pan families and an idol of the Chinese sea goddess Mazu. This was housed in a bamboo and thatch structure that formed the first Chi Jin Mazu Temple. The town grew up around the temple grounds.[9]

Cijin Island was once connected to the mainland at the southern tip, but in 1967, this link was severed to create a second entry point to the Port of Kaohsiung.

Geography

Two islands and one reef in the South China Sea are administered by Kaohsiung City as parts of Cijin District:[10][11][7]

Administrative divisions

Urban villages of Cijin District

The district consists of Qixia, Yongan, Zhenxing, Ciai, Fuxing, Zhonghua, Shijian, Beishan, Nanshan, Shangzhu, Zhongzhou, Anshun and Zhongxing Village.[12]

Government

The representative for Cijin on the city council is Lee Chiao-Ju.[13]

Economy

Most of its residents are employed by the shipping industry. There is a park on the north western shore.

Education

Universities

Junior High Schools

  • Kaohsiung Municipal Cijin Junior High School

Elementary Schools

  • Kaohsiung Municipal Cijin Elementary School
  • Kaohsiung Municipal Dashan Elementary School
  • Kaohsiung Municipal Zhongzhou Elementary School

Tourist attractions

Transportation

Cijin Ferry Pier

The "Cross Harbor Tunnel" (Chinese: ?) connects Cijin Island at the EBC[clarification needed] tip to the rest of Kaohsiung on mainland Taiwan. Cijin District is also accessible by two ferry piers, the Cijin Ferry Pier at the northern tip of the island and the Zhongzhou Ferry Pier at the middle of the island.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Administrative Districts". . 30 September 2016. Retrieved 2017. Cijin District
  2. ^ "History". Cijin District Office,Kaohsiung City. Retrieved 2019. Cijin district
  3. ^ "KAOHSIUNG Travel Guide". Kaohsiung Tourism Bureau. Retrieved 2020. 9 Cihou Lighthouse
    Located at the top of Cihou Mountain in Cijin (Qijin) District, Kaohsiung,{...
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  4. ^ Cijin (Variant - V) at GEOnet Names Server, United States National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  5. ^ Wang Jung-hsiang; Jake Chung (29 June 2019). "Han apologizes over fake 'link'". Taipei Times. Retrieved 2019. Kaohsiung Tourism Bureau Director Pan Heng-hsu () on Tuesday attended a ceremony hosted by Shang Ho Marine Transport (?) and the China Dream Promotion Association to celebrate the purported maiden voyage on a route between Kaohsiung's Cijin District () and Dongtou in China's Wenzhou.CS1 maint: uses authors parameter (link)
  6. ^ "Organization and Functions of Kaohsiung City Government" (PDF). 2007. p. 173. Retrieved 2019. Cijin District
  7. ^ a b "First registered resident of Spratlys declares Taiwan sovereignty". Philippine Daily Inquirer. 31 January 2016. Retrieved 2019. As of Jan. 21, she has been a registered resident of Kaohisung Cijin District's Nansha No. 1-- the sole address on Taiping Island, which has an area of 46 hectares.{...}Taiping Island is administered as part of Cijin District, and therefore the rights and responsibilities she holds are identical to those of any resident in Cijin District, she said.
  8. ^ Yang-Chi Chang, Tsung-Ting Ko (January 2014). "An interactive dynamic multi-objective programming model to support better land use planning". ScienceDirect. Retrieved 2019. Using the MOP model and the SD model developed in the previous section, this study applies the IDMOP model to investigate land use planning in the Cijin District of Kaohsiung, TaiwanCS1 maint: uses authors parameter (link)
  9. ^ "Tianhou Temple at Cihou", Official site, Kaohsiung: Bureau of Cultural Affairs of the Kaohsiung City Government, 2008, archived from the original on 2016-10-06, retrieved . (in Chinese)& (in English)
  10. ^ ? [Geography]. . Retrieved 2019. ,?;
  11. ^ "Geographic environment". Cijin District Office,Kaohsiung City. Retrieved 2019. Cijin district by coastal waters not western city,with district, mountain area of drum and Cheng of salt, before town the district , harbor not little face each other through Kaohsiung harbour; Incorporate into this district and administer on island of Dongsha on the South China Sea and peaceful island of Nansha.
  12. ^ https://www.cec.gov.tw/pc/en/TV/nm64000001000000000.html
  13. ^ "4.Members Introduction: Lee, Chiao-Ju". Kaohsiung City Council. Archived from the original on 1 August 2017. Retrieved 2017.

External links

Coordinates: 22°33?42?N 120°18?25?E / 22.561674°N 120.306998°E / 22.561674; 120.306998



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