|Location||Chiayi County, Taiwan|
|• Supervisor||Wang Ru-jing|
|• Total||50 km2 (20 sq mi)|
|• Density||840/km2 (2,200/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+8 (National Standard Time)|
The settlement was formerly called Pho-a-kha (Chinese: 樸仔脚; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Phoh-á-kha) in Hokkien. In 1920, during Japanese rule, it was renamed Bokushi Town (朴子街) and governed under Tōseki District, Tainan Prefecture.
After the handover of Taiwan from Japan to the Republic of China in October 1945, Puzi Township was incorporated into Tainan County. On 11 December 1945, the Puzi Township Office was established. In October 1950, Chiayi County Government was established and Puzi Township was incorporated into Chiayi County. On 1 July 1992, Puzi Township was upgraded to a county-controlled city.
The township comprises 27 villages: Anfu, Bohou, Dage, Daxiang, Dejia, Dexing, Jiahe, Kaiyuan, Kanhou, Kanqian, Meihua, Nanzhu, Neicuo, Pinghe, Renhe, Songhua, Shuangxi, Shunan, Shuntian, Wenhua, Xikou, Xinliao, Xinzhuang, Yonghe, Zhongzheng, Zhucun and Zhuwei.
Bus station in the city is Puzi Bus Station of Chiayi Bus.
- "Welcome to Chiayi County Government-Puzi City-About the Supervisor".
- "Puzi City". Chiayi County Government. Retrieved 7 March 2017.
- "Welcome to Chiayi County Government-Puzi City-About the Township".