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|— Rural Township —|
|Sinwu Township · 新屋鄉|
|• Mayor||Hsu Tongchi|
|• Total||85.0166 km2 (32.8251 sq mi)|
|Population (May 2010)|
|• Density||580/km2 (1,500/sq mi)|
Sinwu Township accounts for almost 7% of Taoyuan's total land area and is the 6th largest township in Taoyuan County. Local industries include agriculture, fisheries, and livestock. 90% of Sinwu residents are Hakka.
Many rivers flow through the township, including the Shezih River, Sinwu River, Foshing River, Fusing River, and Houhu River.
Sinwu is served by Provincial Highway No. 66.
Sinwu has 11 elementary schools, 3 junior high schools, and one high school. It also has one township nursery, three kindergartens, other private kindergartens, and a township library.
- ^ a b "Geographical Location". Shin Wu Township Office. http://www.shinwu.gov.tw/core/eng/inpage.php?pageId=118. Retrieved 2010-06-28.
- ^ "Local Specialties". Shin Wu Township.
- ^ "Sinwu Introduction". Shin Wu Township Office. http://www.shinwu.gov.tw/core/eng/index.php. Retrieved 2010-06-28.
- ^ "Traffic Overview". Shin Wu City Office. http://www.shinwu.gov.tw/core/eng/inpage.php?pageId=119. Retrieved 2010-06-28.
- ^ "Education & Culture". Shin Wu Township Office. http://www.shinwu.gov.tw/core/eng/inpage.php?pageId=120. Retrieved 2010-06-28.
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