|Early morning oysters are harvested in Kinmen Island|
Taiwan stations as many as 55,000 troops on the offshore island of Kinmen [Quemoy]. Since the Ming Dynasty, it has been called Jinmen, meaning a "strong gate as if made of gold", for the place was like a gate controlling the sea area. The people share the same traditional festivals with the mainlanders, especially Zhangzhou and Quanzhou people.
|Excellent Oyster Noodles of Kinmen Island . You start counting the oysters ..but you lose count because the noodles is just so GOOD!! Even a picky eater like Steve Ling kept quiet and finish his bowl of noodles before every one else. That's a record.|
|Special plate of braised choices of meat and tauhoo...Also very good.|
|Very special braised items.|
|The shop owner and his family - The Lu Family reunion in Kin Men (Photo courtesy of Mr. Lu)|
|Mr. Lu of Kin Men Island and Mr. Wong from Borneo Island|