The indigenous people of Taiwan have a unique culture that is proudly being preserved. These were the original people who populated the Island. There are many tribes and each has distinct characteristics like their language, colorful clothes, art, dance and songs. The Bunun Tribe is famous for it’s harmonious singing. Performing for visitors is their way to spread their culture and educate people about the original inhabitant of Taiwan.
Folk art has many forms in Taiwan: some artists use local materials like bamboo, indigo, and straw. Other artists engage in pottery, Which is one of the Island’s most popular crafts. A famous artist chooses to use tar for his original paintings. [11:28]
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