"My mission is to develop an unconventional path for the tradition so that youths wishing to join the tribe will have a choice." Over the last three decades, Yuma Taru has dedicated herself to researching cultural revival. To search for the lost traditions of the tribe, she analyzed museum objects during the first decade, sorting out the eight systems of traditional Atayal costumes. Through copious field research, the "Melihang Workshop" was established in Mepuwal to teach tribal women weaving,
"Hbun" means the place of convergence in the river in the Atayal language, as well as the cradle of culture. Hbun Indigenous LifeStyle opened more than three years ago by the Tamsui River, aspiring to share substantial, pure, and beautiful creations with more people from a tribal perspective.
"If we only focus on being a hip brand, it is easy to give up. But since I am an indigenous individual, it has become an intrinsic motivation" – WasangShow founder Derla. WasangShow is an original indigenous hip brand in Taiwan. Its products are infused with indigenous and nature-inspired motifs or myths to generate a one-of-a-kind style and design. The name is derived from Truku indigenous language "DerlabersSaw," which translates to "peanuts"; this is combined with the Cantonese "hua sheng sao
[WilDesign's co-founder Lo Shih-Pei] Opportunities never arise by chance, only those that engage in long-term brand development and ongoing customer management will be rewarded.Switching from a brick-and-mortar storefront to a virtual shopping mall, and shifting from a familiar field to the unchartered online world, although there are many trials and errors in the process, WilDesign is not afraid to shatter the status quo and corrects its course during the process until it successfully establish