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    Dubanan Memorial Hall

Mr. Dubanan is a nationally renowned artist. He created and carved many Rukai totems. A gallery of his collections was set up and currently run managed by his son.

The "ancestral chair" outside the memorial hall is reserved for men, and hunting knives and spears are hung upon it. Be aware that women should not come close or sit down. The hunting knives and spears on the chair will never be able to catch prey if the rule is broke. The ancestral chair is usually placed in the living room of Paiwan and Rukai homes, so when there are female visitors, they must be careful and avoid this special chair.

Last Update:2021-10-22

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