1915 marked the 20th year of Japanese colonization of Taiwan. In the face of unjust systems, public resentment grew. In the summer of the same year, the biggest armed uprising against Japanese rule in Taiwan up to that time broke out at Tapani. Thousands of people were killed in the aftermath. This became known as the Tapani Incident(噍吧哖事件), or the Xilaian Incident(西來庵事件). In 2015, the 100th anniversary of the Tapani Incident, the Cultural Affairs Bureau, Tainan City Government completed renovation of old wooden buildings, including the former guesthouse, at Yujing Sugar Factory and established the Tapani Incident Memorial Park(噍吧哖事件紀念園區). The Park’s Regular Exhibition Hall displays many old photographs and weapons from this historical incident. The old commissary next to the Park has been turned into the Products Hall & Travel Service Center. It sells many special products, beverages, ices, pastries and breads, allowing tourists to enjoy delicious local tastes as well as viewing the historic relics of the Park.