With an area of more than 1100 hectares, Tzaishan has more than 700 species of flora and fauna. However, this rich and delicate ecosystem is threatened by overexploitation, improper development, and the swarming of tourists and hikers. This project seeks to arouse the ecological consciousness in order to preserve regional bio-diversity through photographing and documenting the plants and animals in Tzaishan.

To learn more about Plants in Tzaishan visit the project website @ http://hfe-asiapacific-observatory.nsysu.edu.tw/project/stories-of-the-land/PlantsinTzaishan.php.