國立傳統藝術中心 National Centre for Traditional Arts
The only place that actually looked Taiwanese was the residence of Scholar Huang (黃舉人宅). It was set up like the house was long ago, showing off various features of a learned scholar at that time, and some things in many homes like the "Angry Cat." The "Angry Cat" was a basket that was hung from the ceiling to contain meat. It was out of reach of cats, so the name came from the fact the cats could not eat the food they wanted to have.
If you were a scholar, you could hang a sign indicating it:
In an area with a converted kiln, there was an eating area. They had some fruits that are not readily available elsewhere. This one is what I think is an Apple Guava, judging by something very similar if not the same being available in Hawaii:
I enjoyed some traditional Chinese music until I got a call on my mobile saying that everybody else was waiting out by the car.