The well-known fairy tale "Stone Soup" has different versions in different countries around the world. The protagonists of the story are no more than three monks, three soldiers or three travelers. When they arrived in a strange village, they were hungry, but no one was willing to help them. So one of them took out a pot and threw a stone into the soup, pretending to cook it. At this time, a curious girl came and asked what they were doing. The protagonist shouted loudly: We are cooking delicious soup! It would be even better if you could add a little more veggies. In this way, curiosity aroused the people in the village to take out the ingredients at home and add them to the soup pot. The more and more, the more they boiled, the thicker they were, and together they completed this pot of "stone soup". On December 19 last year (2019), the vast Jiuzantou Station in the hinterland was crowded with local residents, as well as township heads, village heads, representatives of public opinion and members of community development associations. Seemingly popular for the opening ceremony,
it is really hard to imagine the scene where the station has been empty in the past ten years, and even the residents have just begun to reject people thousands of miles away. I didn't expect that the stone soup plan I tried at the beginning really worked! Let's talk about where Jiuzantou is. Jiuzantou Station is located in Hengshan Township, Hsinchu County. There are eleven villages in Hengshan Township. There are four villages on the north bank of Youluo River: Xinxing Village, Dadu Village, Lixing Village, and Neiwan Village. Although there is a Neiwan Line The railway runs through the connection, but the villages belong to scattered villages, which are Pricing
independent and have their own characteristics. Jiuzantou Station, located in Dadu Village, is an important freight station on the Neiwan Line Railway. It is adjacent to the Hakka Cultural Corridor Taiwan Third Line Highway and the Asia Cement Factory. It has a large parking lot for easy connection and transportation. Become an important hub for Yokoyama. Jiuzantou is a simple Hakka village. Liu Ziqian, a farmer, entered Jiuzantou more than 100 years ago. At that time, the place was wild. Legend has it that there is a Jiuzan tree (presumed to be green oak, alias Jiujia, Jiu-layer wood) standing.
In the wasteland, after a whole morning of hard work, people always meet to have a light lunch beside the Jiuzan tree, and the elders use this to count the number of people to prevent anyone from getting lost or accidentally injured by the aborigines. Gradually, Jiuzanshu became the patron saint of people at that time, and called the place "Jiuzantou". Jiuzantou, which once prospered due to mining, declined with the cessation of the cement industry. In the past ten years, the daily life in the countryside has changed, and young people have come to work in the city. Originally, the banks of Youluo Creek, where the sky light and cloud shadows were intertwined, began to lose its human flavor; the street atmosphere changed, the grocery ice store closed, chain supermarkets settled in, and Jiuzantou was changed to an unguarded simple station. Walking on the sparsely populated streets with iron gates closed, it is hard for us to imagine how crowded the place used to be.
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