Fuli, Hualien

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Fuli Township

富里鄉
View of Fuli Township in the foreground, in the background is Yuli Township
View of Fuli Township in the foreground, in the background is Yuli Township
Fuli HL.svg
Coordinates: 23°08′00″N 121°17′00″E / 23.13333°N 121.28333°E / 23.13333; 121.28333Coordinates: 23°08′00″N 121°17′00″E / 23.13333°N 121.28333°E / 23.13333; 121.28333
CountryTaiwan
RegionEastern Taiwan
Government
 • TypeRural Township
Area
 • Total176.3705 km2 (68.0970 sq mi)
Population
 (December 2014)
 • Total10,849
Time zoneUTC+8 (CST)
Post code
983
Subdivision13 Villages
Websitewww.fuli.gov.tw (in Chinese)
Fuli Township office

Fuli Township (Chinese: 富里鄉; pinyin: Fùlǐ Xiāng; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Hù-lí-hiong) is a rural township located in southern Hualien County, Taiwan.[1]

Geography[edit]

Map of Fuli (labeled as Kōho) and surrounding areas (1944)
Map of the region including Fuli (labeled as Fu-li-hsiang (Furikyō) 富里鄉) (1951)

The township is located at the Huatung Valley. It has 10,849 inhabitants with 3,993 households around. The population is composed of Hakka, Hoklo, and Ami peoples.

Administrative divisions[edit]

Wujiang, Tungli, Wanning, Xinxing, Zhutian, Luoshan , Shipai, Mingli, Fuli, Yongfeng, Fengnan, Funan and Xuetian Village.

Economy[edit]

The agricultural product of Fuli Rice is a famous rice in Taiwan and provides a well economy development and working chances for residents.

Tourist attractions[edit]

Sixty Stones Mountain

Transportation[edit]

Fuli Rail Station

Rail[edit]

Notable natives[edit]

  • Waa Wei, singer, songwriter, radio DJ, author, actress, artist

References[edit]

External links[edit]