Typhoon Danas is approaching Taiwan as a mild typhoon. The Central Weather Bureau issued the land warning at 11:30 a.m.
Despite the potential threat of heavy rain and strong wind, the Dulan tribe, one of the tribes in Taiwan aboriginal groups, in Taitung county insisted on continuing the Harvest Festival. The last day of the multi-day Ami’s celebration still attracted many tourists fearless of the typhoon.
The Harvest Festival gathers the Amis of all ages. In the afternoon, Amis warriors danced their way into the venue. The elderly of the tribe followed and the youngsters come in the last.
According to the tribesmen, the dance includes at least 12 rounds around the venue, which is rather exhausting.
Kulaku is a traditional dance of the Dulan tribe. Every year, at the Harvest festival, the tribesmen kulaku dressed in traditional costumes.
Attire worn during the ceremony includes unique headdresses and cloaks, with knives and bells at the waist. Holding an umbrella and a spear at the left and right hand respectively, the tribesmen demonstrate their strength and pride with the dancing.