Dadaocheng Park is not only a place where people can take a leisurely stroll, but also a place to commemorate the historical development of Taiwan's early ballad. This small park has a traditional Chinese pavilion and red brick archway. But the centerpiece of the park is the bronze sculpture of Li Linqiu, one of Taiwan’s most popular 20th century songwriters. To mark the 100th anniversary if Li Linqiu’s birth, a statue was placed in Dadaocheng Park in 2009, depicting Li sitting on a bench writing song lyrics and enjoying the sunset over the Tamshui River. If you show up at the top of the hour between 9am-6pm, a speaker next to the statue will play a medley of Li’s most famous tunes, including “Expecting the spring breeze” and “Spring of Hope”.