Who knows if Sanzhi, or this other “beach house” development I discovered in Northern Taiwan through research and first-hand accounts were “beach developments” or simply a cover up and ultimately destruction of evidence that extraterrestrial life at one time was present in Taiwan.
One story behind this development involves a soda pop tycoon’s investment in a beach house community in the 70’s made up of futuro and venturo homes that failed and subsequently were also abandoned.
Like the main character in the novel and movie adaptation filmed on location in Taiwan, “Life Of Pi”, I ask you which story would you prefer? The failed attempts at real estate development by Taiwanese millionaires, or aliens seeking to establish beach front communities while enjoying the rich culture, amazing food, night markets, hot springs, great health care, and a “new hope” on Ila Formosa, “the beautiful island”. You decide!
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