Yingge: Taiwan’s Ceramics Capital

鶯歌 ── 臺灣的陶瓷之都

 

精英翻譯社轉自https://paper.udn.com/udnpaper/POH0062/349076/web/

 

With so much to see and do, visitors to Yingge won’t be disappointed.

有這麼多的景點和活動,去鶯歌的遊客肯定不會失望。

 

In the southern part of New Taipei City, just outside Taoyuan, lies the district of Yingge. This small area is the pottery and ceramics capital of Taiwan. With a long history of producing pottery and ceramic arts, Yingge is a great place for visitors to take a day trip from Taipei.

鶯歌位於新北市南邊,就在桃園之外。這塊小區域是臺灣的陶器和陶瓷製品之都。鶯歌因為擁有生產陶器和創造陶瓷藝術的悠久歷史,所以對從臺北來的遊客來說是一日遊的好地方。

 

To better understand the region’s history, a trip to the Yingge Ceramics Museum is a good place to start. In this beautiful two-story building, visitors can learn about the famous Wu An, the first potter to settle in the area nearly 200 years ago. Hundreds of pieces of ceramics are on display there. There is also a DIY area where visitors can make their own pottery.

為了更加了解該地區的歷史,鶯歌陶瓷博物館之旅是一個很好的起點。在這座美麗的兩層樓建築中,遊客可以認識著名的吳鞍,他是將近兩百年前在該地區定居的第一位製陶工人。那裡展出了數百件陶瓷製品。還有一個自己動手做的區域,讓遊客可以製作自己的陶器。

 

After visiting the museum, Yingge “Old Street” is certainly worth checking out. The street has over 100 stores selling a variety of ceramics and also hosts street performances on weekends. Visitors that still have energy can hike to Yingge Rock, the large stone that Yingge gets its name from. From there, one can enjoy the view from above while watching the sun set on this interesting, historical town.

參觀博物館後,鶯歌「老街」當然值得瞧瞧。這條街上有一百多家商店出售各種陶瓷製品,並在週末舉辦街頭表演。還有體力的遊客可以徒步到鶯歌石,這塊大石頭就是鶯歌名字的由來。從那裡,你在觀看日落灑在這個有趣的歷史小鎮的同時,也可以從上面欣賞下面的景色。

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