In the more than 400 years since the first Han Chinese migrants crossed the sea from Fujian Province in China's southeast, they have made their mark on the island's culture and traditions. These immigrants brought their own distinctive styles of architecture and adapted cooking techniques to the native produce and seafood that locals and visitors alike enjoy today.
The biggest draw of the fishing harbour Donggang in Pingtung County is its seafood, and Guangfu Road is at the centre of it, with a number of long-running and highly regarded seafood restaurants. The town’s “Three Culinary Treasures” await gourmands...
This article appeared in the July issue of Silkroad, Dragonair's inflight magazine.
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