The processing methods for bamboo furniture can be divided into two types; one retains the hollow character, while the other glues layers of bamboo together. Furniture made by the former technique such as dining tables, cupboards, beds, nursing chairs, and various pillows were household necessities before the 1980s. The birth of layered bamboo occurred after the 80s; the combined application of glue, high frequency rays, high heat/pressure color treatment, CNC automatic machinery allowing steady development of the products. After the year 2000, various layered bamboo products filled the market, including traditional briefcases to tea trays, jewelry boxes, tables and chairs, flooring. There are more than hundreds of the varieties of products. After gluing, moso bamboo becomes as solid as wood and therefore can be standardized and mass produced. The harvest period of bamboo is short. It also has strong regenerative abilities and is environmental friendly. Therefore, bamboo products from Taiwan have been well received in Europe and America.