The predecessor of Huashan 1914 Cultural and Creative Industry Park was Taipei Distillery. It was founded in 1916 during the Japanese occupation period. After the recovery, it was accepted by the government and renamed the Taiwan Provincial Monopoly Bureau Taipei Wine Factory. On April 1, 1987, the winery moved to Linkou Industrial Zone, Xinbei City. The old factory was won by the artist. Now it is the venue for the performance
now Huashan Cultural and Creative Park has updated various art exhibitions from time to time, and there are many exhibitions. The store of creative goods, the cultural performance group is also a frequent visitor here
Huashan 1914 Creative Culture Park, a small park, the factory is very beautiful, the red brick black frame is uniform
Remember the story of the fairy tale "Blue Bird"? A pair of brothers and sisters set foot on the journey in search of a green bird that would bring happiness to others, but eventually found that the bluebird was around them. The blue bird, which symbolizes happiness, is finally free, flying high.
Huashan The predecessor of the 1914 Cultural and Creative Industry Park is the winery, and the Jade Bird Bookstore, which is located in it, is inspired by fairy tales. The Jade Bird represents happiness and freedom. The bookstore, named after it, quietly lives on the second floor of Huashan Glass House, which is literary and beautiful. As the owner Cai Ruishan said, Real freedom is the freedom of the mind. It is to understand the past and the present, and to know the direction of the future. The freedom to obtain the soul from reading is the meaning of the existence of the Jade Bird Bookstore.
The place is really very fresh, the most important shop owner welcomes the photo, it is very suitable for you to take pictures. It is also absolutely suitable for an afternoon. Just pick a book and enjoy it. . .
Another drink, one sitting is an afternoon...
Store name: Jade Bird Bookstore
Address: Huashan 1914 Cultural and Creative Industry Park 2nd Floor, Glass House
Located in Taipei’s Zhongzheng District, Huashang 1914 Creative Park is a multi-purpose park and creative center. Located on the site of the former Taihoku Winery, the park is under management by the Council for Cultural Affairs. Theater groups, painters, wood sculptors, writers, movie producers, and directors from Taiwan and abroad have used the park to showcase their creative talents.