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The Tofu Rocks of Ho-ping Island.
The geological structure and layers of this terrain is positioned
vertically against the shoreline; hence the wave erosion of the
strong northeasterly monsoon on the soft rock layers molded a
concave formation and formed a bay. The hard, erosion-resistant
rock layers jutted out to form the headland. Looking down from
the foreland, one could some tofu-shaped rock boulders called
the Tofu Rocks.