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Guishan was formerly known as Kulunsia (龜崙社). The name originated from a hill by the Mercy Buddha Temple of Shou Shan Rock, built in 7th year of the Qianlong Period of the Qing Dynasty. The Plains Aborigines and Ketagalan tribes were located here.
From 1920 to 1945, Kameyama Village (龜山庄) was under Tōen District, Shinchiku Prefecture.
Jingzhong, Liuguang, Zhongxing, Xinxing, Xinlu, Guishan, Datong, Shanding, Shande, Shanfu, Xingfu, Longshou, Longhua, Huilong, Lingding, Xinling, Tukeng, Fuyuan, Jiulu, Dakeng, Fengshu, Leshan, Zhanggeng, Gongxi, Dagang, Dahu, Dahua, Wenhua, Nanshang and Nanmei Village.
Government and infrastructure
- Chang Gung University of Science and Technology
- Lunghwa University of Science and Technology
- Ming Chuan University
- National Taiwan Sport University
Taoyuan Airport MRT
Taiwan Railways Administration
- History — Taoyuan Gueishan Township Office, Taoyuan County, Taiwan.
- "Chen Shui-bian now prisoner No. 1020." Taipei Times. Saturday December 4, 2010. Retrieved on February 1, 2011. "Supporters of former president Chen Shui-bian outside the Taipei Prison in Taoyuan County’s Gueishan Township[...]"
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