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Jul 14, 2022
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At present, the topic of local creation often revolves around towns with serious population loss. However, satellite cities with close traffic and economic ties to the metropolis seem to be prosperous. Don’t they need to be born? First, let's talk about the concept of "creation". On the positive side, it is a combination of geography and cultural customs, so that each place can present a unique industrial environment; behind it, it hopes to improve social and economic problems such as population reduction, aging and low birthrate, and unequal urban and rural development. But in any case, it is not easy to let people leave their hometowns. It is actually not easy to take root in the six major municipalities in photo background removing Taiwan. Before the government tackles the "elephant in the room" of high housing prices, the surrounding areas of the metropolis actually carry more and more overflowing residents. And these seemingly prosperous satellite cities, although the population is increasing day by day, are also losing "people" at the same time. The value of a place always comes from the sense of identity, and the context of creation is also constructed here. If people in satellite cities only regard this place as a place to live, even if they eat, sleep, work and commute here every day, it is like being in an enlarged version of a dormitory or restaurant. Moreover, when people face unattainable economic goals, they will work harder and gradually ignore the historical culture or traditional skills that need to be inherited; when the environment is increasingly urbanized, the factors that can connect people are also one by one. Decrease dropwise. Taking New Taipei City as an example, the areas such as Xinzhuang, Sanchong, Luzhou, Wugu, and Taishan after the merger of the counties and cities, in addition to the increasingly developed transportation, the living functions are also very good. But everyone feels more and more that it is a cultural desert? Young people are becoming less and less aware of local cultural and historical stories? When "I am from Taipei" replaced "I am from XX", it also lost the proud sense of local identity.
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