In 1858, Quan Kuo and his three brothers moved to "Da Nan Shi" in Hsinchu and started making rice noodles, and that is the beginning of Hsinchu's rice noodles dynasty. For over one hundred years, "Rice Noodles" has became the pronoun of Hsinchu. During the 50s, there were over 100 rice noodle factories in the "Da Nan Shi" area. However, as new dining styles start to take place of the traditional ways, most rice noodle businesses have fallen or switched routes, and there are only less than ten surviving factories nowadays. The CEO of "The Old Pot" (6th generation of the Kuo's) strived to retain the history of rice noodles industry. He founded "The Old Pot Leisure Farm" in 1999, and collected historical materials and data of the industry to display in the Rice Noodles Museum. We believe it is our responsibility and mission to inherit and pass on this unique culture.