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TAIWAN-ABORIGINALS/
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May 29, 2007
Sakinu, a Paiwan aborigine, wears a traditional headdress as he narrates a story in his house in Chin-feng,...
Taitung, Taiwan
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Sakinu, a Paiwan aborigine, wears a traditional headdress as he narrates a story in his house in Chin-feng, near the southeastern coastal city of Taitung, May 8, 2007. Most aboriginal men now live in cities or fish at sea, fracturing homes and confusing youth, said Sakinu, who went back to his remote village from Taipei 16 years ago because he thought the homefront needed him. He spends much of his time teaching Paiwan teens how to use hunting rifles. Although the Paiwan can legally own two guns each, unusual in Taiwan, hardly anyone hunts anymore because they don't live in the mountains. Picture taken May 8, 2007. To match Life TAIWAN-ABORIGINALS/ REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
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