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Port of Kaohsiung

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The Port of Kaohsiung POK; Chinese: 高雄港; pinyin: Gāoxióng Gǎng; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Ko-hiông-káng is the largest harbor in Taiwan Republic of China, handling approximately 10 million twenty-foot equivalent units TEU worth of cargo in 20071 The port is located in southern Taiwan, adjacent to Kaohsiung City, and surrounded by the city districts of Gushan, Yancheng, Lingya, Cianjhen, Siaogang, as well as Cijin It is operated by Taiwan International Ports Corporation, the Taiwan's only state-owned harbor management company2

The first entrance The second entrance

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Map of the port
  • 3 See also
  • 4 References
  • 5 Gallery
  • 6 External links

Historyedit

The port was a natural lagoon before eventually developed through into a modern harbor over the period of several hundred years At the time of 16th century, some villages had already established on the seashore of the present-day Kaohsiung, which was called as "Takau" by natives at that time The colonists of Dutch East India Company VOC arrived at Takau in 1620s and then began to develop the lagoon The port, historically referred to as the "Takau Port" Chinese: 打狗港; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tá-káu-káng, developed gradually during the Dutch Era, Koxinga Era, and the early Qing Dynasty

In 1858, the Qing Dynasty lost the Second Opium War to the French-British and signed the Treaties of Tianjin According to the treaties, the Qing's government was asked to open five ports of Taiwan for foreign trade As one of the five ports, Takao Port had officially opened to the western traders since 1864 Afterward, the Qing's government ceded Taiwan to Japanese in 1895 after losing First Sino-Japanese War

In the early Japanese era, the colonial government decided to undertake large projects with the intention to develop the port into a modern harbor Japanese built the port up in three stages, the first was finished in 1908, the second in 1912, and the third was halted half way at the start of World War II During World War II, the port was heavily bombed by the western Allies

After the war, the government of the Republic of China restarted development of the port The "second port" was built in 1975 by breaking the land bridge between Siaogang and Cijin

At the southern side of the second port entrance, a museum and park currently stands nearby the recently established Intercontinental Terminal No6 Terminal This museum describes the history and clearance of a significantly sized residential community which was situated nearby to the expanded port3

Map of the portedit

     = Industry Area;      = Container Docks;      = Bulk and Sundry Goods Docks;      = Warehouse Exchange Area;      = Fishery Harbor;      = Commercial Area;      = Naval Base

Linhai Industrial Park Intercontinental Terminal
(No6 Terminal) South Star Plan Area China Steel CSBC Corporation Qianzhen Fishery Harbor Export Processing Zone Qijin Fishery Harbor First Harbor Second Harbor Shoushan Dalin Power Plant Dalin Oil refinery Zhongdauo Commercial Area Banana Dock
(Fisher Dock) Pop Music Center Harbor Travel Center Zhongxing Terminal
(No4 Terminal) Qianzhen Terminal
(No1 and No2 Terminal) Xiaogang Terminal
(No3 Terminal) Dalen Terminal
(No5 Terminal)

See alsoedit

  • Hamaseng
  • Linhai Industrial Park
  • List of East Asian ports
  • China Steel
  • CSBC Corporation

Referencesedit

  1. ^ "應用統計分析報告: 七港營運實績分析" Keelung Harbor Bureau Retrieved 2008-06-03 
  2. ^ "Kaohsiung Port" 
  3. ^ 紅毛港文化園區 - Google 2013-02-15

Galleryedit

External linksedit

  • Official Port of Kaohsiung website

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