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FYI SOUTH Magazine, April 2003. VOL.3 ISSUE 4

ZaHaMu Taiwanese Aboriginal Cultural Center

1101, ChingPing Rd., Tainan City

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        If the groundbreaking ceremony, which was held on February 25, is any indication, the ZaHaMu Aboriginal Cultural Center, is set to become a major attraction. On that day aboriginal dances were performed by several tribes from different parts of Taiwan, including a stunning performance by a troupe representing the Tsou tribe of Laiji in Chiayi County. Tainan City might seem an odd place for an aboriginal culture center, but the Anping area was the original homeland of the Tsou tribe before they were driven into the mountains by Han Chinese settlers. ZaHaMu is the ancient aboriginal name for Tainan. The park will be fully open sometime between August and October this year: There will be a museum, displays of carving, weaving, glass-bead jewelry and other arts, plus food stalls serving traditional aboriginal foods and refreshments. The park will be open on Sundays. --By Richard Matheson

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