ok, I got the name…
Depending on what I said to my friend, considering he did not see the snake, but has lived for many years in the area… He thinks this is a 王錦蛇 Wáng jǐnshé
I looked at the photos… and, yes, it is. Elaphe carinata, the king ratsnake (also known as Taiwan stink snake)
Indeed… the smell is horrible! She deserves that name
Elaphe carinata is a large snake with total length up to 240 cm (7.9 ft).
Elaphe carinata is an active, predatory snake that eats everything from beetles to birds to snakes, with particular preference for the latter. (a snake eating other snakes, great!)
The common name of “king ratsnake” refers to its habit of eating other snakes, including venomous species such as the Chinese cobra and the sharp-nosed viper.
Elaphe carinata is one of major species in snake trade in China, particularly in skin trade but also of live animals. ( Yep, the skin is beautiful!)
It is the most commonly available snake in restaurants. (Oooops)
So… venomous or not? obviously not.
I am going to take good care of her. She is welcome in the ecosystem of my farm.