Brief Introduction

  •     Da-she Section in the township is the historical site of the ancient Taburian. Native-Taiwanese people had been residing nearby Da-she. In Yung-Li 14 (A.D. 1660), Koxinga landed on Taiwan with his troops and expelled the Dutch. He then established the county system and set up one government office and two counties.

        At that time, the township belonged to Wan-nian County. In Yung-Li 18 (A.D. 1664), Wan-nian County was changed to Wan-nian State. And the regions were divided up again to Wen-sian and 24 other districts. Among the 24 districts, Chang-jhih District and Wei-sin District were both governed by today's Lujhu Township.