【Abstract】 “The Commissioned Research Reports on History of Taichung Literature──Collection, Writing and Presentation of Historical Accounts of Past Events” is divided into three main parts: (1) collection and arrangement of historical data of Taichung literature (2) writing and publication of the history of Taichung literature (3) suggestion on the presentation after Taichung Literature Museum is launched. In terms of the collection of historical data of Taichung literature, we collect related books and investigate all kinds of related manuscripts to compile “Timeline of Taichung Literature History” which helps establish a solid foundation for writing the history of literature in the future. Our research group not only accumulates considerable written materials but also collects a number of manuscripts. Besides, we also collect copies of original documents and conduct extensive fieldworks at the places where they are stored so as to provide cultural or historical relics for exhibition in Taichung Literature Museum. As for the writing and publication of “History of Taichung Literature,” we adjust and revise contents of our writing through the consultation with experts and further make a draft of an outline of the whole book. In the future, we will emphasize the accessibility of the writing to master the context of the development of the history of Taichung literature and manifest the characteristics of Taichung literature. Regarding suggestions on exhibitions in Taichung Literature Museum, we will continue to provide various academic achievements and valuable data by collecting archives, holding symposiums, doing field researches and meeting with the group who design the exhibition hall. With all the research result in hand, we provide suggestions on how to present and market cultural creative products in Taichung Literature Museum. In addition, we held four symposiums when conducting this program by doing in-depth interviews with writers or their family members in order to accumulate abundant data. In the four symposiums, we invited 5 senior writers, 5 writers in the new generation and 10 scholars to talk about their experiences of writing in relation to Taichung, their expectation and suggestions on Taichung Literature Museum. As for the interviews with writers, we had finished in-depth interviews with 17 writers or their family members, and recorded the interviews, which will help us establish a foundation for the collection and presentation of historical data and manuscripts in Taichung Literature Museum. We plan not only to put the above two research achievements together as a reference for related organizations but to publish books both for academia and the general public.