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Chimei Township Office

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Chimei Introduction

As Cimei is located at the southernmost tip of the Penghu islands, it was known during the early Qing Dynasty as "Nanyu" (South Island) or "Nandayu" (Large South Island). As it was thought to be the largest offshore island south of the Penghu Islands, during the late Qing Dynasty and early Republican Period it reverted to the name "Dayu" (Large Island)". During the Japanese Colonial Period "Dayu" was a "Village" under "Wang-an District". It was not until August 1944 that a separate "Dayu District" was created. On December 11, 1945, it was renamed "Dayu Township"...

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Villages Profiles

Village Chief:Hsia Lin-fu

Village Director:Hsia Chien-cheng


address: No.1-2, Nangang Village, Cimei Township, Penghu County


History:Donghu Village is located in the northeastern part of the island. There are hillsides about 20~30m high in height on the north, east, and west sides, forming a small basin in the southeast. When it rains, the runoff forms a lake, hence the lake, "Donghu" (East Lake).

Village Chief:Ma Hsu-yuan

Village Director:Lin Jui-lan


address:No.12-1, Sihu Village, Cimei Township, Penghu County

E-mail: c108@ems.chimi.gov.tw

History:In the early years after the Liberation, Donghu Village and Sihu Village were referred to collectively as Dongsi Village. In February 1953 it became a separate jurisdiction. As it was located to the west of Donghu Village, it became known as Sihu Village (West Lake Village).

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