Umbrella Hakka Cluster Architecture



Source: Hakka Culture Development Center
Date: 2016/06/21
Updated: 2016/07/05


The Hakka Affairs Council, the world's only central-government authority in charge of Hakka affairs, carries on the mission of revitalizing Hakka language and culture, takes the challenge of building a Hakka identity full of happiness, confidence and dignity, and owns the task of making itself a global Hakka cultural research and exchange center. With the purposes of promoting cooperation and exchanges of Hakka culture at home and abroad, preserving the landscape of Hakka settlements with Hakka cultural features, creating a Hakka cultural atmosphere and providing people with chances to approach Hakka culture, the Hakka Affairs Council has set up two Hakka cultural parks, namely Liudui Park in the south and Tongluo Park in the north, to better utilize available local resources and promote the nearby sightseeing industry and economic development.


For the establishment of these two Hakka cultural parks, the Hakka Affairs Council first set up the "Taiwan Hakka Culture Development Center Preparatory Office" in 2004, which has been renamed as the "Hakka Culture Development Center” since January 1, 2012 in line with the Government restructuring program. With an area of 20 hectares in Pingtung County, the Liudui Park has been open to the public since October 22, 2011 as a window to demonstrate Hakka village culture and support local industries and sightseeing tours. Meanwhile, positioned as a global exchange and research center for Hakka culture and industries, the Miaoli Park, with an area of 4.32 hectares located in Tongluo Township, Miaoli County, has been officially opened since May 12, 2012.


It is hoped that these two national Hakka cultural parks can demonstrate to the world the “hard-neck” Hakka spirit, connect the tourism resources of Hakka villages, integrate Hakka characteristic industries, and improve Hakka vitality


Positioning of Hakka cultural parks


Miaoli Park

Liudui Park


A global exchange and research center for Hakka culture and industries and tourisms

A window to preserve and demonstrate Hakka village culture and support local industries and sightseeing tours


Inside the Miaoli Tongluo Science Park

Neipu Township, Pingtung County

Space planning

Permanent Exhibition Hall, Globe Gallery, Taiwan Gallery, Children Gallery, Cultural Creativity Industry Gallery, Hakka Contribution Museum, 5th Special Exhibition Hall, Library Materials Center, International Conference Hall, Braving the Hi Hakka Island, and Hakka Hospitality Garden

Umbrella Hakka Cluster Architecture Area, Multimedia Performance Hall, Hakka Land Liudui Small Planet—Children’s Museum, Natural and Rural Landscape Area, Natural Grassland Area, Jiuxiang Garden Landscape Area and Bagong, Tobacco Building, and Rice Mill Room



  1. Either of the two Hakka cultural parks can deepen its characteristics and play its benchmark role in cultural functions.
  2. Use either Hakka cultural park as the core to connect regional resources and promote Hakka village culture and economic development.

Promote the research and exchange of Hakka culture and industries in the globe and gradually reach the target of establishing Taiwan as the "new Hakka capital" in the world.