Yingge (Chinese: 鶯歌; pinyin: Yingge; Wade-Giles: Ying-ko; POJ: Eng-koa) is an urban township in southwestern Taipei County, Taiwan Province of the Republic of China. It is famous for the production of porcelain.
The township takes its name, which is an old term for "eagle", from a nearby rock formation said to resemble such a bird. According to legend, this stone eagle produced a miasma that disoriented, sickened, and sometimes killed passers-by. One day, General Koxinga led his army past the rock. When they were caught in the miasma, he ordered his cannon to fire against the rock. When the neck of the stone eagle was broken, the miasma lifted and the troops could continue on their march.