Taiwan has an abundance of mountainous trails that will satisfy the whims of casual hikers and seasoned mountaineers alike.
At lower altitudes, the forest floor is scattered with tropical plants and flowers. Higher up, huge cypress trees impose themselves on the horizon.
Each atmosphere lends a unique fragrance to its respective world.
When the first settlers came to Taiwan, they would also have been fascinated by this scenery.
What kind of hopes and dreams did they carry with them as they migrated across the island to Taitung?