The details of different fishing gear presented by different tribes reveal the differences in the interaction between different watersheds and the environment in Nanzi Xianxi.

(Provided by Taiwan Shibo)

[Reporter Ling Meixue/Taipei Report] The National Taiwan Museum of History's "Local River Basin Memory Reconstruction Project" takes Kaohsiung's Nanzi Xianxi River Basin as the promotion site, and combines local communities and training units to organize a series of workshops on watershed local studies , co-authored the local knowledge framework.

Through sorting out and inventorying fishing and hunting knowledge, fishing gear production and release process, participants can experience the rich local life experience and quickly understand the local history and living culture.

Various achievements have been assembled into "Akam (Dawulong language: Dahe) Fishing Chronicles: A Special Exhibition of Memory Search and Reconstruction in Nanzi Xianxi River Basin", which will be exhibited at the Taiwan History Museum and lakeside classrooms from now until October 21.

Tai Shibo said that the exhibition space corresponds to the rich water patterns of the Nanzi Xianxi River Basin, and each exhibition area presents various fishing gears, fishing and hunting methods and results of the project’s investigation in Xiaolin, Sunlight Xiaolin, Shanlin and Muzi communities.

In addition to using the sense of space to enhance the hydrological ecology of the upper, middle and lower reaches of Nanzi Xianxi River Basin and the fishing and hunting cultural characteristics corresponding to each settlement, with the image of flowing water and various fishing gears, the exhibition site can explore the diverse fishing and hunting of various tribes in Dawulong. perspective.

In addition, the theme is "fish 笱 (ㄍㄡˇ)". "Yu 笱" is a tool used by the Dawulong people to use the water level difference in the turbulent river to fish, and it is also used in sacrificial ceremonies.

The seniors led the students to identify and collect plants, and then processed them into "fish traps" and cast them in the tributaries of Nanzi Xianxi.

Through the implementation of the workshop, the culture of Dawulong is rediscovered, which also reflects the interaction between ethnic groups and hydrology.

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Taiwan Shibo pointed out that this exhibition emphasizes the use of museums as a platform to connect the locality. It is necessary not only to cooperate with local groups, but also to establish a training organization to jointly create a knowledge structure that echoes the museum’s focus and local perspectives. Through multiple translation methods , develop a space for dialogue with the local, further record the local memory and achieve the purpose of cultural inheritance.

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