Changhua County is situated in the mid-western part of Taiwan. The Dadu River marks the north border between Changhua County and Taichung City. Bagua Mountain, home of the famous Baguashan Buddha, located in eastern Changhua, forms the border between Changhua and Nantou Counties. The southern border of Changhua County is marked by the Zhuoshui River which separates it from Yunlin County. Also, Changhua County faces the vast Taiwan Strait in the west. Although the smallest county on the main island of Taiwan, these natural borders enclose upwards of 1.3 million people making it the most densely populated county on the island.
The main rivers in Changhua County are Wu (Dadu) River, Maoluo River, and Zhuoshui River. They all flow westward down into the Taiwan Strait.
Changhua County has beautiful scenery; its well-known scenic locations are Bagua Mountain, Wanggong Fishing Port, Tianwei Highway Garden, the Baiguo Mountain, Gushan Temple, Qingshui Rock, Hushan Rock, and the Taiwanese Folk Custom Village.
Changhua's climate is Subtropics monsoon with monthly mean temperatures between 16.2°C and 28.5°C.
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Name: Carly Lin
I am Carly Lin, the Changhua ETA program Coordinator. I joined Fulbright Taiwan this year and it is my pleasure to welcome you to come to Changhua. I graduated with the major of Early Childhood Education and minor of English instruction. I had also stayed in North Carolina as an Au Pair and studied in Montana. With the experiences as an educator and lived abroad, I know how important education meant to children and how great your role will be.
Changhua might be a small county but you will be amazed about how hospitality the people around here!