On April 20, 1921, Jiang Weishui held a grand welcome party in Taipei to welcome Wufeng Lin Jialin Xiantang, who had returned from Japan. Although the "petition for the establishment of Taiwan's parliament" in Japan was shelved by the Tokyo Imperial Council as "not adopted", Lin Xiantang bravely challenged the authoritarian authority of the Taiwan Governor's Office, inspired the conscious souls of Taiwanese intellectuals, and opened the door for nearly 15 years. unarmed protests. However, while the Taiwanese intellectuals were immersed in the joy of bravery and self-consciousness, Itabashi Lin Jialin Xiongzheng vigorously criticized: "Taiwan and Japan belong to the same country, how can there be two parliaments? The petition movement is an outrageous act that undermines the harmony between Japan and Taiwan." So Lin Xiongzheng urged the Taiwan Governor's Office to suppress the petition. It turned out that under the differentiation of marine forces: Itabashi Lin's family warmly embraced Japan's blue ocean;
while Wufeng Lin's family still resisted tragically. The two Lin families have now parted ways, and each belongs to a different world. In 1864, in the 3rd year of Tongzhi in the Qing Dynasty, Lin Wencha, Wufeng, died in a heroic battle at Wansongguan as "Fujian Lulu Admiral " . "Shao Bao", gave a plaque of "Kung Pao Di", this plaque is still hanging in the "Wufenglin Gong Pao Di Park", which is the only remaining official residence Wedding Photo Editing of the Qing Dynasty in Taiwan. Mr. Lin Junming, the ninth generation of the Lin family in Wufeng, stood under the plaque, with majestic hair and Qi Yuxuan Ang speaking to the visiting reporters about the heroic heroism that belonged to his Lin family. How many blood and tears and how many lives must be used to exchange for the supreme glory of the "Kung Pao Di"?
And it is this grief and tears that have turned into the cohesion of the family, which has inspired the hard-working, courageous and persevering Wufeng Lin family from generation to generation. The Jiawu harvesting platform, the forest at the bottom of the Wufeng Mountain is full of the blood of the ancestors, and categorically refused the surrender of the Japanese army. Not only did he sell his own property to fund Sun Yat-sen's law-protecting movement on the other side of the motherland; of the Revolutionary Army. However, the good fortune tricks people, just like the ancestor Lin Wencha died in battle. In the 14th year of the Republic of China, Lin Zumi was also rounded up and killed by the warlord Zhang Yi; the tiger father had no dog, and two years later the eldest so