YouTube平台上有不少影片記錄台灣，分享寶島的美，其中，標題為「福爾摩沙台灣｜旅遊電影」（Taiwan Formosa | Cinematic Travel Film）更是脫穎而出，媲美電影的剪輯、絕美的運境、風景，吸引了各國網友關注。
There are many videos on YouTube documenting the beauty of Taiwan, and one of them, titled “Taiwan Formosa | Cinematic Travel Film,” stands out for its cinematic editing, camera movements and beautiful scenery.
The video has successfully caught the attention of people from all over the world.
The China Post特別訪問到這支3分半短片創作者之一David Peng。David Peng和共同創作者Benjamin Wu的背景相似，皆出生於台灣，後來跟著家人移民加拿大，自小在異國長大的他們，雖然出生在台灣，每三、四年會回台探訪親戚，但對這塊土地卻感到生疏。
The China Post asked David Peng, one of the creators of the 3.5-minute film, about his creative journey. Both David Peng and co-creator Benjamin Wu share a similar background, they were born in Taiwan and immigrated to Canada with their families.
They visit their relatives in Taiwan every three to four years, even though they feel alienated from this land.
「我跟我朋友感同身受，覺得台灣就是我們的家，但卻不熟 ，所以我們想要更深入了解我們的家鄉，」David 說道。
“My friends and I feel the same way,” David said. “We feel that Taiwan was our home even though we don’t know it very well, so we wanted to know more about our homeland!”
They share the same passion for photography and have become good friends.
With a similar background, they decided to present the beauty of the Island through the lens of their camera to reacquaint themselves with this beautiful land.
At the same, they intended to let the world know the gem on the eastern side of the Pacific Island.
“We decided to return to Taiwan in 2018 to explore every corner of the island and capture every moment and memory,” David said.
When reminiscing the past, David said that Ben and he decided to make this film and spent half a year in Canada, planning the routes and destinations in Taiwan.
“After arriving in Taiwan, we spent nearly three months traveling around the island, exploring every corner of the country,” he continued: “Not until the day before we were to fly back to Canada did we finish editing and release the video.
In order to capture the most beautiful scenery, they spent three months climbing high mountains, walking everywhere, and even sleeping in cars waiting for the sunrise, which was physically challenging.
“Although it was exhausting, we found joy in the process and saw Taiwan’s unique culture and people, leaving us with unforgettable and precious memories,” David said.
David shared the video on Facebook, which has received praise from people around the world.
After watching the video, some Taiwanese people said they didn’t know Taiwan was so beautiful.
David表示，還有國外華裔人士看到這支影片而想家了，看到滿滿的暖心回覆，他覺得影片確實傳達了他想傳達的訊息 — 台灣真的很美。
David said that there were also Chinese people who lived in other countries felt homesick after watching the video.
The heartwarming replies made David feel that the video did convey the message that he wanted to convey — Taiwan is magnificent!
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原文自 《The China Post》