Lugang in central Taiwan is rightly known for its traditional architecture and stunning temples. Most of its inhabitants, of course, live thoroughly modern lifestyles, and the township has its share of factories. One of these, a plant operated by Taiwan Mirror Glass Enterprise Ltd., has thrown its doors open to the public.
In May 2006, the company – which started in 1943 with just two workers – unveiled the Taiwan Glass Gallery. The TGG is certainly more of a gallery (in that it shows what the modern glass industry is capable of) than a museum. There's precious little about the history of glass-making...
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