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Come and have fun in Ca'wi Community
Remote towns in Taiwan face population aging and youth emigration. Without enterprises devoting funds to a rural area, how are young labors willing to stay in their hometown? He Jun-Xiong is one of the young men like a stray bird returning to his hometown. He leads people at the Ca’wi Community Development Association to build sightseeing attractions in the tribe. He succeeds to help people in his tribe make money and further bring Ca’wi into sharp focus in Hualien.
Pangcah Leads Organic Farming and Restores Amis Food Culture
Pangcah Organic Farm in Hualien leads by example to promote organic farming. Step by step, they develop a natural farming culture with local small-scale farmers by sharing their know-how. Through assiduous use of government subsidy programs, they solve workforce shortages by hiring middle-aged workers.
The Indigenous Tribes Delivered Fresh Produce to Customers' Homes.
Sunshine showers on vegetables all over the mountain. This is the results of vuvu’s bending down and caring for vegetables painstakingly. Such natural, fresh and sweet vegetables and fruits can only be grown in an environment where temperature difference between daytime and night is drastic, plus enough sunshine and clear water. Now, all you need to do is click your mouse and you can enjoy the tasty fresh produce delivered to you regardless of where you live in Taiwan.
Taiwan Indigenous Dinavun Development Association Reproduces Atayal’s Gaga Spirit
Kitchen is the core to every household and is also where the spirit to help and support each other that Atayal people uphold lies. They rediscover the values of growing crops by starting from “eating”. “Daan River Indigenous Tribal Kitchen” is always open, connecting the hearts of all generations of 15 Atayal tribes.
Rediscover Traditional Crafts and Reproduce the Beautiful Saisiyat Culture in Donghe Village
Outdoors, there are grilled pork, edible wild plants, gluten rice, and mysterious cocktails on the dining table; all you can eat. On the square next to it, children are singing ancient folk ballad and young people and elders are dancing around them. This is not a traditional indigenous festival but the annual cultural exchange where people get together in Donghe Village.
Miaoli County Indigenous Peoples Craft Association Revives Atayal Dyeing and Weaving Culture
The colorful wool felt strips are coiled around and fastened with a colored strip to form round pointy objects. Yuma Taru and her partners are working on the new installation art overtime at the workshop. All materials they use come from the results of the hard work by all women and girls in her tribe.