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** Introduction of Indigenous Peoples
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 Rukai
The population of Rukai tribe is about 11,584 peoples (Aug, 2008), ranked 5th. The Rukai live at the Beinan and Chin-Fong townships in the Taitung county, Wutai township in the Pintung county, Moulin township in the Kaohsiung county. The important festival of Rukai were Ancestor festival, Millet Harvesting Festival
(Tsatsapipianu), Masahoulu Festival and Dabalagaon Festival. The important handicraft were kitting, pottery, stone sculpture and wood sculpture, sparkle marbles and friendship drinking container. Rukai were also skilled with art in sculpture and costume in their life as Paiwan.



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