Jenq-Horng Liang, native of Hsinchu City in Taiwan, holds a bachelor's degree in nuclear engineering and a master's degree in atomic nuclear engineering from National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan; a master's degree in nuclear engineering and a doctorate in nuclear engineering and engineering physics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA. Currently, he is a Distinguished Professor at the Institute of Nuclear Engineering and Science, National Tsing Hua University in Taiwan. He likes science, literature, travel, and even photography. He holds photography titles of AFIAP, BAPU at present.
Recently, I visited Lao Qijia in Chunri Township, Pingtung County, Taiwan. It is a clustered tribe of Paiwan people, hidden deep in the mountains and sparsely populated. There is no artificial over-development, no electricity supply, and no internet communication. Only about fifty stone houses remain. It is a pure land on earth and a cultural relic. Even so, the residents are so friendly and welcoming, making visitors feel warm and like they are at home.Especially, in the dappled light and shadow, I bumped into aboriginal children, chasing bubbles with innocence and joy...As I quickly clicked the shutter button, I couldn't help but wonder, isn't that the original childishness that has been lost in modern society for a long time? So does the homely atmosphere.