Welcome to Donggang
During the Qing dynasty, Donggang (東港; Dōnggǎng) was one of three main commercial ports in Taiwan, the landing site for the ancestors of millions of modern Taiwanese (in particular the Hakka), and a rather prosperous little town. Today the town of about 50,000 people remains an important centre for fishing, especially the prized bluefin tuna and mullet, but its heyday is long gone. Donggang is perhaps best known for its spectacular Burning of the Wang Yeh Boats Festival, which happens in October once every three years.
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