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Industrial and Communerical Developments

Traditional industries in Miaoli City comprise of pottery and handicrafts. The Ceramic Technique Promotion Center, National Taiwan Craft Research Institute is situated in Sawi Liou Liang Lane, Sawi Yuan Li. The pottery industry Miaoli City used to be booming with its ceramic and pottery products selling well inside and outside Taiwan. However, with the factory after factory moving out, the boom has become a history.

Large-scale factories, such as Chang Chun Petrochemical Co., Ltd. in 79-hectare Hsishan Industrial Park and Taiwan Fertilizer Co. Ltd gain much help of rich resources of gasoline and gas from neighboring Gongguan Rural Township and create substantial job opportunities.

Traditional industries in Miaoli City comprise

Traditional snacks shops as well as modern and traditional stores cluster around Sanjiao Park, which becomes the center of attraction. The main shopping district is located on both sides of Jhongjhen Road, Rihsin Street and Guangfu Road. Around the vicinities of City Hall and Railway Station, commercial activities are particular active. City Hall, with a view to building a successful business district and bringing in commercial prosperity, standardizes the advertisement sighboards.

The current address of 35 Lane, Rihsin Street used to be called Kengzaidi and regarded as “the First Street of Miaoli City” because of its commercial exuberance, from which we can trace the histotical development of Miaoli City.

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