Charcoal was the “must-have” necessity during Taiwan’s 50s and 60s. At the time, 7 out of 10 households in MiaoLi’s Zaociao town produced charcoal as their living. Therefore Zaociao township was called “The Home of Coal.” The coal business gradually faded out and people long forgot the fragrance and warmth from the charcoal.With the help of new technology, components within the charcoal were redeveloped into fine ecological products. Charcoal Valley Museum expanded the charcoal market even further by making the charcoal into spirit-comforting ornaments. Now each charcoal is decorated with Tung by hand, along with lyrics and poems -- this is one-of-the-kind charcoal you can only find it here!
小 15 × 4 × 0.5 cm，共2片