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The Application of GIS in a research of Hakka Village: A Case Study of Sihu Village in Xihu Township
Xihu River Basin
The Xihuxi River Basin in Miaoli County is an important base for the extension of the Yuedong and East Fujian immigrants in the late Qing Dynasty. The region is full of Hakka style. Among them, the history of the Liu Enkuan Family in Sihu Village, Xihu Township, has accumulated rich and diverse tangible and intangible cultural assets. In particular, the establishment of the first privately-owned " Yunti Academy" in the county led to the rise of local styles and created the talents ofthe descendants of the Liu Family in the Sihu. The "hometown of scholars" was not lost, and it has been passed down to the present day. In Sihu, not only the Yunti Academy, Liu Family Ancestral Hall and other cultural assets of the past two centuries, have been registered in Historic Buildings; all over the settlements, fields of Tiantou, Shuihu Bogong, estimated at least 20, no shortage of simple and elegant works; Old place names such as: Kang Lang Pu Stone Bend, Syue Tang Sia etc., implied the meaning of local nature and humanities; and the "Miaoli Bolang Avenue" that has risen in recent years is adjacent to the cultural sites of Pengcheng Hall, Liu Family Ancestral Hall and Yunti Academy. The scenery of the Hakka village with water and green intertwined, is beautiful. This thesis collect and review literatures to traces the position of Liu family in the Sihu in the history of the Xihu River Basin in the late Qing Dynasty. Using research methods included in-depth field investigations, ritual participation and interviews, to collect historical materials and legendary stories that are not available in the existing literature, and clarify the formation of the Sihu style of writing. It is the inevitable historical accident or geographical advantage. At the same time, it discusses the distribution and relationship of Bogong and rice culture. Finally, the geographic information system was brought into the research field, and the texts of the plan-based texts and the field data were turned into visual maps, and a geographic information platform for researching and public appreciation of the beauty of the Sihu, revitalize the historical geography and cultural resources of Hakka Village.
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