Bali District

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Bali
八里區
District
Bali District
Bali Market
Bali Market
Location of Bali in New Taipei City
Location of Bali in New Taipei City
Coordinates: 25°9′N 121°24′E / 25.150°N 121.400°E / 25.150; 121.400
Country  Republic of China
City New Taipei City
Area
 • Total 15.25 sq mi (39.49 km2)
Population (December 2014)
 • Total 37,187
Time zone +8
Website www.bali.ntpc.gov.tw (Chinese)

Bali District (Chinese: 八里區; pinyin: Bālǐ Qū; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Pat-lí-khu) is a rural district in the northwestern part of New Taipei City in northern Taiwan (Republic of China). In Taiwanese Hokkien, it was known as Pat-lí-hun (八里坌) during the rule of the Qing Dynasty. The new Port of Taipei is under construction in Bali.[1]

History[edit]

During the period of Japanese rule, Bali was called Hachiri village (八里庄), and was governed under Tamsui District (淡水郡) of Taihoku Prefecture.

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Education[edit]

Established in 2000, Dakan Elementary School has been the first school to be built in green architect concept. Located in northern Taiwan, We stand at the left bank of Damsui River estruary, face to the Taiwan Strait, close to the Taipei Seaport, back behind are Guanyin Mountains. As in the organizational operation , now we have 60 teachers and staff, more than 500 pupils registered, and provide kindergarten service for preschool kids of age 3 to 5 years to share the child-care responsibilities for double-income families of our community. We also accommodate pupils of special educational needs.

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Coordinates: 25°09′N 121°24′E / 25.150°N 121.400°E / 25.150; 121.400