Lanyu Island Murloc Legend /boat building
Coconut hat/ Yami Language
A libangbang Mivanwa
5 zones (time/space/human/god/ghost)
The Dawu society does not have a clan or aristocratic system, but a patrilineal society in which elders of various families are the opinion leaders. These families also constitute the most important social unit of the Dawu: the fishing group organization.
The Dawu tribe is the only fishery ethnic group among Taiwan's indigenous peoples, but it also grows millet, taro and other crops. Generally speaking, fishing is the task of men, while agriculture is the responsibility of women, and there are economic work units such as fishing group organizations, millet crops organizations, and irrigation organizations.
March to June each year is an important festival of the Dawu tribe: flying fish festival. The Dawu people regard flying fish as a gift from God. During the flying fish season, the crew of each fishing boat must live in a shared room. During this period, only the flying fish are caught, and other fish species are not caught. All the catches are shared with the tribe. The Wu people believe that if the catch is eaten before the flying fish festival is over, there will be endless harvest in the coming year.
The earliest record of Lanyu was Zhangye's "East and West", which was called "Hongdouyu" . In 1644, the city of Relanze sent three sailboats to Lanyu. The Dawu people on the island quickly avoided hiding. The Dutch captured only three people and taught them to speak Dutch in Relanze. "Botel".
★【塔哇歐瑪司｜twa'omas トワオマス台灣風味原住民Taiwan Aboriginal Story】16族
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