深受台灣美麗大地所感動、震撼的齊導曾說：「我看見的，也很想讓您看見。」 FindARTs特與「看見.齊柏林基金會」合作，精選 齊柏林導演的大幅地景典藏，從雲上視野，讓我們一起看見台灣之美、感受島嶼的原生力量。
Director Chi was so moved by the beauty of Taiwan that he said: "I want you to see what I saw."
FindARTs has partnered with the Chi Po-lin Foundation to present a handpicked selection of Director Chi Po-lin's classic aerial photos. Let us all witness the beauty of Taiwan and experience the energy of the islands from above together.
This is the mouth of the Tamsui River. As we can see, the left and right banks have developed very differently. We can also see how the river has developed since ancient times. Director Chi often passed over this area on his return flight. The river next to the city not only serves as an engine for economic growth. It also plays an important part in terms of quality of life, urban scenery, and even cultural development.
Hukou Old Street was first built in 1916 with Baroque architecture in red brick and remains relatively well preserved. All the buildings are rectangular "shophouses" with the store at the front, and living quarters at the back. Director Chi said the red brick townhouses of Hukou Old Street were set apart from the colorful corrugated iron rooftops elsewhere by their domed roofs.
Yuanyang Lake was originally a canyon before it was blocked by debris flow and became an alpine lake. The unspoilt wilderness reserve is home to rare symbiotic moss forests, many varieties of native plants, towering Hinoki forests, as well as Windowsill Orchid (pleione formosana), a critically endangered plant unique to Taiwan.
Kenting, the Southern Border, has always been a popular travel destination visited by throngs of local and foreign tourists every year. Here you can see coral from 500,000 and reefs from 10,000 years ago, providing a priceless record for geological research. Travelers can experience the changing landscape for themselves.
The Taipei 101 building is located in Taipei City's Sinyi District. It is one of Taipei's most important landmarks and represented a major breakthrough in the construction of ultra-high skyscrapers in Taiwan. When Director Chi Po-lin passed away in an air crash in 2017, the crown of Taipei 101 was lit up with the words "Taiwan from Above" to commemorate his loss, and to thank him for his contributions to Taiwan.
Friction between the Atayal and Bunun in the early years led to the Japanese marking "Wujie" as the boundary between the two tribes. The village was later Fajhih Village by the Nationalist Government. Many tourists are drawn to explore local attractions such as the Wujie Tunnel transporting water to the Sun Moon Lake, Wujie Thread of Sky, as well as the Lalamisi and Momonaer Waterfalls.