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Taiwan Formosa China Old Postcard Ami Tribe Amis Savage Women Earthenware 阿美族族婦女Vintage Old Colour Postcard. Japan Japanese Occupation Period. China Formosa Taiwan. Ethnic Life. Native Taiwanese Savage Natives Savages. Amis. Ami Tribe. Amis People, Barefoot Native Women. Traditional Costumes. Carrying Water by Ami Women with Earthenware Vessels on Their Heads. 台灣 臺灣 阿美族 族婦女子之水汲 簡單 每日 仕事 二千尺 三千尺下 谷底 族婦女 土器 水運處.
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Background: The Amis (阿美族 Ami or Pangcah) are indigenous people of Taiwan. They speak Amis, an Austronesian language, and are one of the 14 officially recognized peoples of Taiwanese aborigines. The traditional territory of the Amis include the long, narrow valley between the Central Mountains and the Coastal Mountains, the Pacific coastal plain eastern to the Coastal Mountains, and the Hengchun Peninsula.
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