Cultural Pluralism- Meeting Jajo Bay
The coastal plain, with area of less than 3km2, has been the crossroad to different groups people as they pass by. Today, Jajo Bay has congregated the descendants of Pingpu, Amis, Bunun, Holo Lang, Hakka, and veterans from other provinces. They have settled here by coincidence. Although it is true that each person has cultural characteristics unique to oneself, the diverse cultures have developed into a subtle relationship of coexistence and created an epitome for the cultural pluralism in Taiwan. When we trace the footsteps of the cultivation of the once wasteland, we will find distinctive culture in this small settlement.