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《 逛・聚落 》

臺東生活即美學,藝文能量匯聚;孕育優質創作。

// MUSEUM IN TAITUNG /


臨近太平洋的成功小鎮,是臺東縣第一大鎮,也是東海岸的重要漁貨中心。早年在多元族群的移入拓墾,造就成功鎮在生活、飲食、宗教等皆各有特色,隨著時間的累積,逐漸累成豐厚且多元的海洋文化。

Chenggong Township near the Pacific Ocean is the largest township in Taitung County and an important fishery hub on the east coast. Early on, various tribes moved here for reclaimation and settled for a new life in this pristine land. , each bringing their lifestyles, cuisines, and religions along. Over time, Chenggong Township developed the rich multicultural fabric for which it is known.


因海洋而起的百年文化
The century-old sea-oriented culture awaited the Amis when they arrived at the east coast

東海岸早年為阿美族人的居住地,直到清朝年間施行開山政策,才漸有其他族群的移入。當時臨近太平洋的成廣澳為天然港灣,成為移民的入口,自海而來的漢人、平埔族陸續移入。最為有名的是來自屏東內埔客家人溫泰坤,以海運批發各種民生用品來此販售,成立廣恆發商號,成為東海岸一帶最大的盤商,還有原籍基隆的馬麟自宜蘭來此授課,培育地方人才。
It was not until the Qing Dynasty’s policy of reclaiming the mountain areas that other tribes started to tickle in. Chengguang’ao, a natural harbor next to the Pacific Ocean, became an entry point for Han and Pingpu migrants. The most famous one was Wen Taikun, a Hakka from Neipu in Pingtung. Being a wholesale trader of daily necessities, he founded Guanghengfa, which later became the largest wholesale company along the entire east coast. Then there was the educator Ma Lin, who came from Yilan but was born in Keelung. He had taught a great number of local talents.


成功故事館的空間規劃,主要為展現成功鎮獨有的海洋文化,其一樓做為展場空間,分為常設展區、特展區、漁業文化區等,擺放著漁船、討海人的裝備,訴說著有關成功小鎮的海洋文化與生活,並以影音播放定置漁網作業、旗魚種類介紹、鏢手傳奇故事、老照片展等;另一展場則為特別展示區,分期展出地方人文藝術、經濟產業、古物借展、活動成果展,如2012年主題展「追風戰浪」鏢魚手特展、「白冷會池作基神父、史泰南神父照片展」等活動。
The first floor of the Chenggong Story House is an exhibition space with a permanent exhibition area, a special exhibitions area, and a fishery theme area with displays of fishing boats and sailors gear telling the story of Chenggong’s marine culture. Film and sound recordings tell about the fishing net craft, swordfish species, harpoon fishing stories, old photographs, etc. The special exhibition area shows temporary exhibitions on culture, business, antiques, and recent events. In 2012, there were exhibitions titled Chasing the Wind, Hunting the waves and Photographs of Father Chi Zuoji and Father Shi Tainan of the Bailing Church.