Raising fire is a life connection, raising fire is the tribal life.
Through playing, exploring, and experiencing life in the tribe, Emas, a young local, helps people get to know life in Jiqi. The Jiqi tribe used to be lifeless as many young people left for a life outside the tribe. When Emas returned to his hometown, he began to deeply appreciate and treasure the wisdom of his tribe elders. Giving up a stable job and income, he decided to spend time with the tribe elders and hopes to pass on and preserve their heritage. With an open and sharing spirit, Emas began to collect traditional aborigines daily life objects for the Jiqi Life Museum. Through a series of environmental and tribal activities (e.g. river-tracing the origins of old tribal waterfalls, diving in intertidal zones, wooden canoe workshops on the Pacific ocean, cooking with wild and natural produce, and tracking buffalo footprints), Emas not only introduces his hometown to travellers, but also inspires and encourages the young people of the tribe to care and pass on their tribal heritage. In hopes of promoting tribal unity and collaboration, this small tribe diligently runs the museum. Even if you spend an entire week at the museum, you are guaranteed to never feel bored or run out of things to do.
野菜採集教學導覽 Wild Vegetable Gathering workshop
情人便當編織體驗 Lover’s Bento Box Weaving workshop
溪邊傳統撈魚體驗 Traditional streamside fishing workshop
磯崎部落文化故事導覽 Jiqi Tribe’s culture and heritage tour
山林獵人文化體驗 Forest Hunter culture workshop
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- 聯絡電話｜0916-945286(Emas) / 0917-189642(Tafong)
- 地 址｜花蓮縣豐濱鄉磯崎村四鄰37號