Pay a visit to Fataan in the morning, listen to the vivid descriptions like “fishes in suits, fishes with no clothes”, and you will catch onto the wise “Palagaw” fishing culture in no time!
Indulge in aboriginal creative cuisine attracting international tourists at noon. The mistress will inform you, her talent is not bounded to the kitchen, as the spectacular crafts displayed across the entire restaurant are born through her hands.
Pay a visit Tafalong in the afternoon, listening to a brief introduction inside the precious traditional Amiss housing. There are simply too much to tell. Due to the Amiss’ humorous nature, you will be challenged to part jokes from truths.
Both tribes excel in long standing heritages and the abundance of art studios, therefore it is time for us to learn from these artists! Visit Teacher Yu-lan Lin in Dongfu Primary school. When stringing up beads while gazing at the beautiful East Coast Mountain Range afar, teacher Lin could not resist but to tell one tale after another, since the pottery urn in our hands is the perfect subject to begin with!
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