Tsai Chi-chuan and his sister run Feng Mao Lin Zhi, a bed and breakfast in Quemoy. Photo: courtesy of Tsai Chi-chuan Tsai Chi-chuan and his sister run Feng Mao Lin Zhi, a bed and breakfast in Quemoy. Photo: courtesy of Tsai Chi-chuan
Tsai Chi-chuan and his sister run Feng Mao Lin Zhi, a bed and breakfast in Quemoy. Photo: courtesy of Tsai Chi-chuan

The grand houses on Taiwan’s Quemoy islands that were built by its wealthy migrants

  • The Quemoy islanders left their homes in droves from the 17th century, many moving to Southeast Asia
  • After making their fortunes, many sent money home to their villages and built spectacular residences

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Tsai Chi-chuan and his sister run Feng Mao Lin Zhi, a bed and breakfast in Quemoy. Photo: courtesy of Tsai Chi-chuan Tsai Chi-chuan and his sister run Feng Mao Lin Zhi, a bed and breakfast in Quemoy. Photo: courtesy of Tsai Chi-chuan
Tsai Chi-chuan and his sister run Feng Mao Lin Zhi, a bed and breakfast in Quemoy. Photo: courtesy of Tsai Chi-chuan
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