Wangjia vungalid, is a word in the Paiwan ethnic language meaning paradise. It not only refers to the beautiful scenery but also describes the hospitality of the villagers that live there. Wang Jia was originally located to the south of DaWu Mountain. However, in 1939 the the first Renxiang Leader - Mr. Luo Andao, on behalf of the republic, called the village elders and clan members moved to the village matters, after some discussion to reach a consensus, rotating at 1951 and 1958 the village has the second move, the residents of the Paiwan tribe, farming for a living, people also lack worked in politics and public institutions, religious beliefs will be the first bishop, Christ Presbyterian Church, Central Church, most residents still maintain a traditional Aboriginal religious beliefs, festivals are harvest festivals, festival five years, six years Festival (Festival ancestors sent ), look for the memory of the history of the origin and traditions Ka, Teli this image and follow strictly to the future generations to thank the dedication and efforts of their predecessors. (Jiou-Wu Ji)

  • Catalogue Number: 03A060102
  • Culture: Paiwan
  • Data Provider: Laiyi Indigenous Museum
  • Object Types: Tribal Custom and Tradition
  • Source: 鍾必顯

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