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The Twin Candlestick Islets are located just outside of Jinshan Cape on Taiwan’s north coast. (Image: Billy Shyu/Vision Times)

The Twin Candlestick Islets of Taiwan

Located just outside of Jinshan Cape on Taiwan’s north coast are the Twin Candlestick Islets. Standing about 197 ft. (60 meters) above sea level, the twin islets were originally part of Jinshan Cape, but separated due to plate tectonic processes and coastal erosion.

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A Township Featuring Chewy Rice and Juicy Fruit

As a famous signature rice cultivation area, Chihshang Township (池上鄉) is located in Taiwan’s Taitung County (台東縣) in the East Rift Valley (花東縱谷) between the Central Range (中央山脈) and the…

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The Twin Candlestick Islets of Taiwan

Located just outside of Jinshan Cape on Taiwan’s north coast are the Twin Candlestick Islets. Standing about 197 ft. (60 meters) above sea level, the twin islets were originally part of Jinshan Cape, but separated due…