Rinari Village in Majia Township, Pingtung County, is located on a plateau stretching from northeast to southwest. It was originally the Majia Farm that belonged to Taiwan Sugar Corporation. Due to Typhoon Morakot in 2009, many villages in the mountainous area of Pingtung were facing safety issues. Therefore, under the plan of the National Government, Majia Village, Haocha Village and Dashe Village, which were adjacent to Majia Farm, were collectively relocated to the farm for resettlement. World Vision then assisted in the construction of permanent houses for those residents. A total of 483 houses were built, and after a discussion from all who participated in this project, the village was named Rinari. Rinari village is Taiwan's second largest permanent residential base.