Hsinchu City, founded in 1711, was the first city established by Taiwanese in northern Taiwan. The city is divided into 3 districts with a total area of 104.1526 square kilometers. It faces the Taiwan Strait to the west, Miaoli County to the south, and Hsinchu County to the north and northeast. Except for the Zhudong hills in the southern half of the territory, the rest is a low-lying plain, named after the extremely strong Jiujiangfeng.
Hsinchu County. Located in the northwestern part of Taiwan's main island, it is a large Hakka county in Taiwan. It borders Taoyuan City to the north, Miaoli County to the south, and the snow mountain range to the southeast is connected to Yilan County and Taichung City. It faces the Taiwan Strait to the west and Hsinchu City to the west. The total area of the county is about 1,427 square kilometers