Jul 28, 2022
In Wellness Forum
Click on the travel website, in addition to the daily hot Japanese and Korean tour groups, recently, there are more and more tour groups focusing on Vietnam itineraries, with a coastline stretching 3,000 kilometers, cheap civilian food, and unique French style. Not the incentive to attract Taiwanese tourists to visit. According to the information recorded by the Vietnam Tourism Administration, since 2016, the number of tourists from Taiwan to Vietnam has been increasing year by year. But when it comes to Taiwanese traveling to Vietnam, it's not actually happening now. Looking through the historical data Special Database and searching carefully, we will be surprised to find that there was a precedent for Taiwanese to travel to Vietnam as early as more than 200 years ago during the Jiaqing period. It's just that, different from the leisurely travels now, this trip to Vietnam during the Qing Dynasty turned out to be an "unexpected trip" after a storm. Cai Tinglan was born in a scholarly family in Magong, Penghu in 1801. His father, Cai Peihua, was a well-known teacher in the village. Talented. At the age of 32, when Penghu suffered a famine, Cai Tinglan saw the suffering of her hometown, so she hurriedly wrote a long poem "Song for Urgent Relief", asking for additional relief from Zhou Kai, the governor of Fujian who presided over the disaster relief. Zhou Kai greatly appreciated Cai Tinglan's wonderful writing and deep feelings for the people. After reading, Zhou Kai immediately went to investigate the disaster in person, ordered additional relief for Penghu, and at the same time brought Cai Tinglan into his family to teach him the key to reading and writing. In the following years, Cai Tinglan studied under Zhou Kai, paving the way for the next imperial examination.