All of the websites provided are in Chinese, so, in order to be able to use them try using a browser such as google chrome, which allows you to translate the whole website easily and directly. The translations aren’t perfect, but they are good enough for you to get a general understanding.
Penghu Kayak Association – The group offers Kayaks and life jackets down by the windsurfing club at Guanyinting during the summer. According to their website, from April to June kayaks can only be hired out by appointment. During July and August however, the club will have kayaks set up and available for rent at Guanyinting every day (weather permitting). Check the tides to ensure the best time to go out on the water as the tides will need to be taken into consideration. Contact Mr. Chen – 0910-005-306, for reservations and information.
Penghu Cycling Club – The Cycling club arranges regular group rides around the islands. There’s no official website but they usually post touring information on the phsea forum: http://www.phsea.com.tw/phseaforum/posts/list/45247.page
Penghu Community College – The local Community College offers many night courses throughout the year, ranging from cooking and crafting to dance, computer literacy and massage. Ph: 9221841-2 / http://www.phcc.com.tw/index.php
Penghu Surf Club – The club house is based out at SanShuei Beach, and offers board rental and repair as well as surfing lessons. Next door is the club cafe which has a relaxed atmosphere and serves up good food and drinks. http://tw.myblog.yahoo.com/penghusurfclub/
Wukan Animal Shelter – There is always need for volunteers to help feed and wash the many pooches in need. http://www.wretch.cc/blog/penghudog201