Fucha Yanhe has traveled around the island in Taiwan, traveled all over Kenting Green Island, experienced saltwater bee cannons, and followed Mazu around the country, but when he first started publishing, Fucha Yanhe admitted, " I didn’t know what to do at the beginning, so I first asked scholars and researchers I knew to write books such as history and social observation.” Although I have worked in publishing in China, it is within a fixed mechanism. Work is completely different from the situation in Taiwan; it was only after working in Taiwan's publishing industry for several years that Fucha Yanhe gradually accumulated his own experience. "Taiwan publishing has responded quickly to world publishing and foreign language copyrights.
For regions publishing in Chinese, such banner design as Hong Kong and China, Taiwanese publishing has always played such a role." Fucha Yanhe said, "The problem is that Taiwan's own What is the direction? Is it based on yourself? Or is it based on your own thinking that you belong to a Greater China region? I'm not sure what editor friends think about these things. The knowledge system used by the editors and authors of the publishing house may be imported from the West in the 1950s and 1940s. The knowledge system has continued to Taiwan along with the changes in the political situation, so, whether it is from Taiwan's position or the position of Chinese knowledge, it may be a bit out of Taiwan's actual needs." "Building a system" then became the goal of Fucha Yanhe's efforts.
It takes time to accumulate enough publications, and it takes three to five years, or even longer, which is necessary—the complete set of "The Rise and Fall of the World " by Eight Banners Culture, from pre-production to publication, took a full three year. This approach is different from the operation method that domestic publishing companies increasingly hope to quickly seize the market with a best-selling book, but the solid cultivation has indeed allowed Baqi Culture to cultivate a group of book selections that trust Fucha Yanhe and are willing to restructure themselves. Views of history, readers thinking about Taiwan, China and the world. "In recent years, we have focused on the concept of Central Asia and Inner Asia, which is completely different from the historical view of China established by Chinese intellectuals in the early 20th century.