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Dali District

Dali
大里區
District
Dali District
Skyline of Dali
Location in Taichung
Location in Taichung
Country  Taiwan
Special municipality Taichung
Area
 • Total 28.88 km2 (11.15 sq mi)
Population (December 2014)
 • Total 206,318 people
Website http://www.dali.taichung.gov.tw/
Dali District office
Dali District public library

Dali District (Chinese: 大里區; pinyin: Dàlǐ Qū) is an inner city district in Taichung, Taiwan.

Contents

  • Name 1
  • History 2
  • Administrative divisions 3
  • Education 4
    • Universities 4.1
    • Junior high schools 4.2
    • Senior high schools 4.3
  • Tourist attractions 5
  • Transportation 6
  • Notable residents 7
  • Hospital 8
  • See also 9
  • References 10
  • External links 11

Name

The "Dali" names from 大里杙 (Dali yi, Dali is from aborigines, yi is a bamboo raft's toon.).

History

Dali used to be a county-controlled city of Taichung County since 1 November 1993 until 25 December 2010 before it becomes a district.

Administrative divisions

Tunghu Village, Xihu Village, Dali Village, Xinli Village, Guoguang Village, Shuwang Village, Xiangxing Village, Neixin Village, Zhongxin Village, Tungsheng Village, Dayuan Village, Jiatian Village, Renhua Village, Rende Village, Jianmin Village, Tucheng Village, Tungxing Village, Daming Village, Yonglong Village, Rixin Village, Xirong Village, Zhangrong Village, Jincheng Village, Liren Village, Lide Village, Xinren Village, Ruicheng Village.[1]

Education

Universities

Junior high schools

  • Cheng Kong Junior High School

Senior high schools

  • National Dali Senior High School
  • Taichung county of Dali senior High School
  • Ta ming senior High School
  • Chito tai senior High School
  • Youth senior High School
  • Lizen senior High School

Tourist attractions

Transportation

Notable residents

Hospital

See also

References

  1. ^ http://vote2014.nat.gov.tw/en/TV/nm400002400000000.html

External links

  • 台中市大里區公所 (Chinese)

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