In Taiwan, the owl is seen as the stork and the patron saint of babies for the indigenous people, Bunun. While the Amis believe that the owl is the guardian of the forest and their arrival during the night bears the auspicious news of tribal women getting pregnant and the people could differentiate the gender of the infant through the sounds that the owl emits. The Puyuma believe that the sounds emitted by the owl bring good news. The Thao believes that owls are spiritual birds and symbolize good fortune, protecting and bringing more blessings to the people.
Hence, the “Tribe’s Little Owl,” which symbolizes guardianship of the indigenous people’s industrial development was born. The lovely and adorable little owl follow people to get busy, with cultural craftsmanship, unique farming industry, as well as the promotion of tribal ecotourism. She is also passionate about activities and exhibits inside and outside the country.