The abolished Fuxing Police Station was the Bibiwu Police Post on the Guanshan Historic Trail during the Japanese occupation, and behind it was the Fuxing Branch of Zhangshan Elementary School. The Bibiwu Station was originally located on the west bank of the Laonong River, but was later moved to the site of the Fuxing Police Station on the east bank for reasons of precaution. The Fuxing hamlet (Uaasik) is located in Fuxingli, Taoyuan District, Kaohsiung City. In the Bunun language, it is called Uaasik, which means a place that grows palms because there are many wild mountain palms here. The locals are more accustomed to using the Japanese translation of Bibiuw (bibiyoshe or Bibiwushe). The people originally lived scattered among the mountains and forests. During the Japanese colonial period, the Japanese implemented the policy of managing the indigenous peoples and forced the relocation of the tribe to concentrate on the left bank of the Laonong River, which is the platform about 2 kilometers east of the confluence of the Laonong River and the Lakesi River. At the end of the Japanese occupation, malaria broke out in the villages, causing the people to migrate, and the population dropped sharply. It was not until after the liberation that the malaria epidemic slowed down that the population gradually returned. At present, people mainly live near the present Fuxing Police Station. Since this hamlet is further away from the Southern Cross-island Highway, the settlements are scattered and small in scale.