This area used to be the battlefield between the Aboriginal people and the Japanese army. There were sites that promoted the defense line in Wushe and the Triangle Peak police station in the past. It was also a traditional territory of the Sediq. The filming crew found the sketching route in Kinichiro Ishikawa’s diary and then contacted the farm. This farm was given to Taipei Imperial University for management during the Japanese occupation in 1937, and was used for mountain farming experiments. In the past few years, Taiwan University accidentally discovered the intact site of the old police station.
The Sediq youths employed by the Highland Experimental Farm NTU cleaned the fallen woods, switched on air conditioners, and weeded the site in the park, preparing for this 110-year away sketching journey.