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Always and forever, a vast expanse of Dongsha
During the Yuan dynasty, the Dongsha Islands were located in the South China Sea islands and made up of coral sand and shell fragments, they were collectively referred to as "Changsha" or...
Coral Stones & Old Stories
Since Yuping Elementary School was abandoned in 1998, the residents of Dongyuping moved to Sanduo Road in Magong City, building a brand new Dongyuping community. Daching, a young man from Dongyuping, ...
Marine Conservation Series Lecture: Have a Sustainable New Year’s Eve Dinner
On the Sept. 17 lecture in the Marine Conservation Series held by the Marine National Park Headquarters, researcher Fang Hui-shih of the National Taiwan Museum talked about marine ecosystem promotion....
Image of the four islands at the south of Penghu: A photography exhibition
Marine National Park Headquarters and Hsu Jau-pang Taiwan Image Studio collaborate to present “Hsu Jau-pang • The most magnificent secret sceneries of the four islands at the south of Penghu: A photog...
Annual coral reef coverage rate investigation result of Dongsha Atoll National Park.
The Marine National Park Headquarters worked with the Dongsha Atoll Research Station of National Sun Yat-sen University and completed this year’s (2017) overall examination on the coral reef within th...
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