從那日出之地

從那日出之地

2022/06/08
2022/08/01
<b>蘭嶼大船拜訪號Si Mangavang展</b><br><i>Exhibition of Si Mangavang ,the Boat of Ponso no Tao</i>
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東清依然美look From Where the Sun Rises
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This journey of more than 700 kilometers and a time span of almost ten years marks a new chapter in the maritime culture of Taiwan indigenous peoples.</i><br><br><i>Yami (Tao) people's traditional view of the cosmos is that the ocean is the center of the world. They humbly respect the sea and bravely challenge it, too. The making and navigating of Si Mangavang has broadened their horizon of boat building and sailing when they broke the taboo of making a boat that sits more than 10 people, and sailed out to another land. In the future, they will continue to uphold the spirit of their ancestors who for thousands of years ago dared to challenge the ocean waves and migrate between the vast Pacific islands. Lanyu has retained the most precious indigenous maritime culture for Taiwan, and this culture will continue to bloom in the ever-changing and unpredictable future as Yami (Tao) people resolutely pass on their tradition and luck to the next generation.</i><br><i>This exhibition will take you to the birthplace of Si Mangavang, Dongqing village, where the sun first rises in Taiwan. 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Therefore, once the boat is complete it becomes part of the team, and a name is given to the boat.</i><br><br><i>Here, we would like to give special thanks to the 18 men who created Si Mangavang, the 41 rowers who rowed him and gave him life , and all the women who worked together with the men, and provided the best support to the team.</i>", "title": "當部落決定造大船時,即由家族內男子成員組成船團,船團達到足夠人數才可開始建造。造船期間,船團及家屬必須遵守諸多規範,例如禁止飲用某些食物或說某些語言等,女性也不可於這段時間織布;造船的工作由男性擔任,女性則負責提供給船團豐富的食物,男女性皆須齊心建造大船,避免觸碰造舟禁忌。 東清部落造舟工團共 18 人,年齡在 40 歲至 73 歲間,工團成員表面像是一個無分責管理的工作組織,實則亂中有序。在造舟過程中,成員依據個人專長和意願,自主形成伐樹、船板丈量、鏈鋸操作、搬運、 圖騰繪製、雕刻的細膩分工。雅美(達悟)族人相信,以手持工具透過砍、刨、鑿、鋸、切及手感測量等傳統工法造船,可以使船團成員與大船產生緊密的生命連結,船造好之後,船就是船團的一份子,所以應該也要為其命名。 本區特別感謝18位建造大船 Si Mangavang 的東清部落船團成員,以及41位徒手划槳,使大船有了真正生命的划槳勇士,還有與男性們一起努力,並提供完美後備支援的雅美(達悟)族女性們。", "musicText": "", "musicURL": "" }, "quote-g6rpzkcu7i": { "id": "quote-g6rpzkcu7i", "type": "quote", "sortable": true, "musicName": "無", "weight": 9, "desc": "<b>-------特別感謝-------</b><br><br>Si Mangavang 總執行江多利<br><b><br>造舟工團成員</b><br><br>謝德全、謝隆羅、黃杜混、黃溪河、鄭四海、張馬群、江必書、黃信義、謝胡源、謝秦道、邱丁山、鍾惠明、施東明、黃武吉、謝文進、謝胡義、黃光德、謝清水。<br><b><br>「橫渡黑潮.拜訪台灣」 槳手</b><br><br>黃杜混、鄭四海、謝龍羅、黃信義、謝德全、江多利、黃阿忠、鍾惠明、張馬群、邱丁山、黃光德、黃溪河、謝胡源、江必書、江多志、謝秦道、謝東輝、鄭福利、謝宏鑫、邱政賢、蔡光星、黃明相、黃志雄、江榮明、施東勇、謝男海、謝振山、張爾務、黃智翔、江一帆、謝信義、謝清勇、謝振雄、張輝明、黃豪蔚、黃馬路、黃光道、黃明德、謝福生、施東明、李鳳雄、謝胡義。", "musicText": "", "musicURL": "" }, "theme-acmrbrygrg": { "id": "theme-acmrbrygrg", "type": "theme", "sortable": true, "primaryObj": { "oid": "5962b81e17124ac4436ece62015cd5cb", "fileType": "image", "fileURI": "https://openmuseum.tw/files/muse_portal/muse_styles/w1024/mcode/c1c8e18680ce1d6c2552957f2d75ede9.jpg?itok=1sAII6ad", "level": "primary", "title": "蘭嶼大船Si Mangavang展場實景照", "desc": "", "thumbURI": "https://openmuseum.tw/files/muse_portal/muse_styles/square_thumbnail_100/mcode/c1c8e18680ce1d6c2552957f2d75ede9.jpg?itok=whXxOeAp", "thumbMediumURI": "https://openmuseum.tw/files/muse_portal/muse_styles/thumbnail_medium/mcode/c1c8e18680ce1d6c2552957f2d75ede9.jpg?itok=R1YOv7Fz", "thumbBigURI": "https://openmuseum.tw/files/muse_portal/muse_styles/thumbnail_big/mcode/c1c8e18680ce1d6c2552957f2d75ede9.jpg?itok=QCaXysBi", "background": "https://openmuseum.tw/files/muse_portal/muse_styles/w1920/mcode/c1c8e18680ce1d6c2552957f2d75ede9.jpg?itok=F6wvsPIk", "mfid": "c1c8e18680ce1d6c2552957f2d75ede9", "musicURL": "", "musicName": "", "fileCreator": "", "rights": "原住民族文化發展中心", "rightsLogo": "https://openmuseum.tw/files/muse_portal/styles/square_thumbnail_100/public/default_rights/memder_non-03.png?itok=h0rkcAOw", "fileLicence": "著作權利所有-可用於本站提供的服務", "fileDisableLink": "0", "fileOversize": false }, "title": "東清依然美look", "desc": "<i>&nbsp;From Where the Sun Rises</i>", "musicName": "無", "weight": 10, "musicText": "", "musicURL": "" }, "text-k4w6qxwjea": { "id": "text-k4w6qxwjea", "type": "text", "sortable": true, "musicName": "無", "weight": 11, "title": " 本展區將展出Si Mangavang出生地─東清部落Iranmeylek美麗的樣貌,以及製造Si Mangavang、航海來臺的過程。透過影像照片和文字描述,再現Si Mangavang從蘭嶼來臺將近10年的旅程,也向一路陪伴他航向未來的蘭嶼老中壯青世代族人致敬。趕在第一道曙光灑落以前,雅美(達悟)族人划著拼板舟,順著洋流靜靜划出東清灣,只在海上留下船槳搖曳及浪潮拍打船身的聲音。船身被洋流揉進島嶼與浪潮看不見的邊界裡,族人以蘭嶼為標地、太陽為指引,從日出的海平面望向東清村,那太陽最先升起的地方,傳說中天神下凡的部落「Iranmeylek」。", "desc": "<i>Right before dawn breaks, Yami (Tao) people rowed the boat following the ocean currents out of Dongqing Bay, leaving only the sound of the swaying oars beating through the waves like synchronized flying fish. 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Although millet is not vastly grown nowadays it has a special cultural significance and is mostly ritual-related. For instance, if there is a sick person at home, the family would offer millet to evil spirits and the sick person would recover. Also, families would use millet to conduct their own harvest ceremony to give thanks for a good harvest and to pray for another prosperous one the following year. Today, such harvest ceremony is conducted in a larger scale by each village and families will bring their harvest of millet, fruit and root vegetables to the ceremony. During the ceremony, Yami (Tao) men perform the millet-pounding dance, where participants sing and dance around a beautifully painted mortar. 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Although millet is not vastly grown nowadays it has a special cultural significance and is mostly ritual-related. For instance, if there is a sick person at home, the family would offer millet to evil spirits and the sick person would recover. 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The cultural significance of this octagonal hat is equivalent to the silver helmet worn by men. 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Just as fishing is a job for the men, growing taro is the women’s job. When planting taro, a stick is used to loosen the soil, and when it comes to harvesting taro for special occasions such as celebrating the completion of a new house or new boat launching, women will be in their formal attire holding a taro harvest ceremonial stick. Compared with the digging sticks used for work, the ceremonial sticks are decorated with exquisite carvings, and are used at important ceremonial occasions to symbolize the authority of elder women.", "thumbURI": "https://openmuseum.tw/files/muse_portal/muse_styles/square_thumbnail_100/mcode/371ee2cdf8ada68fe6d554e6f81245f1.jpg?itok=3C9Hz6Q0", "thumbMediumURI": "https://openmuseum.tw/files/muse_portal/muse_styles/thumbnail_medium/mcode/371ee2cdf8ada68fe6d554e6f81245f1.jpg?itok=0pA1oQsN", "thumbBigURI": "https://openmuseum.tw/files/muse_portal/muse_styles/thumbnail_big/mcode/371ee2cdf8ada68fe6d554e6f81245f1.jpg?itok=kzV9z1F9", "background": "https://openmuseum.tw/files/muse_portal/muse_styles/w1920/mcode/371ee2cdf8ada68fe6d554e6f81245f1.jpg?itok=JbeAV-sF", "mfid": "371ee2cdf8ada68fe6d554e6f81245f1", "musicURL": "", "musicName": "", "fileURI": "https://openmuseum.tw/files/muse_portal/muse_styles/w1024/mcode/371ee2cdf8ada68fe6d554e6f81245f1.jpg?itok=-7IRYLHk", "fileType": "image", "fileCreator": "", "rights": "原住民族文化發展中心", "rightsLogo": "https://openmuseum.tw/files/muse_portal/styles/square_thumbnail_100/public/default_rights/memder_non-04.png?itok=gq-PTcKL", "fileLicence": "著作權利所有-可用於本站提供的服務", "fileDisableLink": "0", "fileOversize": false, "level": "primary" }, { "oid": "dfee3568ecf29673d70efbb96c703e09", "title": "女用椰鬚禮帽 Women’s Coconut Palm Fiber Ceremonial Hat", "desc": "雅美(達悟)族年長女性於慶典祭儀,或從事耕作、外出作客時所戴的禮帽。本件使用竹作為笠的肋骨,以蘭嶼水籐或乳籐作為骨環,外層覆蓋多片椰鬚後再以馬尼拉麻線穿縫固定。帽子頂部以圓柱狀基座固定,可預防滲水,頂部並有一孔,可插入渦卷狀之鐵絲裝飾。 \n\nThis hat is worn by older Yami (Tao) women at celebrations, ceremonies, for working in the field or when they go out visiting. This hat is made from rattan as the bone ring for the base of the hat, bamboo strips as the ribs of the hat, coconut palm fiber as the outer layer, and stitched together with Manila hemp. The top of the hat is fixed with a cylindrical base to prevent water seepage, and there is a hole at the top for inserting scroll-shaped iron wire decoration.", "thumbURI": "https://openmuseum.tw/files/muse_portal/muse_styles/square_thumbnail_100/mcode/35022714dffbe14b444ea127634670d3.jpg?itok=wS09Gilb", "thumbMediumURI": "https://openmuseum.tw/files/muse_portal/muse_styles/thumbnail_medium/mcode/35022714dffbe14b444ea127634670d3.jpg?itok=8GzPl7yR", "thumbBigURI": "https://openmuseum.tw/files/muse_portal/muse_styles/thumbnail_big/mcode/35022714dffbe14b444ea127634670d3.jpg?itok=h66QJxH_", "background": "https://openmuseum.tw/files/muse_portal/muse_styles/w1920/mcode/35022714dffbe14b444ea127634670d3.jpg?itok=DeVLRny5", "mfid": "35022714dffbe14b444ea127634670d3", "musicURL": "", "musicName": "", "fileURI": "https://openmuseum.tw/files/muse_portal/muse_styles/w1024/mcode/35022714dffbe14b444ea127634670d3.jpg?itok=kvuomBY6", "fileType": "image", "fileCreator": "", "rights": "原住民族文化發展中心", "rightsLogo": "https://openmuseum.tw/files/muse_portal/styles/square_thumbnail_100/public/default_rights/memder_non-02.png?itok=fGKM5I0r", "fileLicence": "著作權利所有-可用於本站提供的服務", "fileDisableLink": "0", "fileOversize": false, "level": "primary" }, { "oid": "753ffa8797d3bcc794615e9473dd424c", "title": "禮刀 Ceremonial Knife/禮刀", "desc": "禮刀具有驅逐惡靈之意,為雅美(達悟)族男子外出至外村拜訪、參加喪禮或夜間捕飛魚時配戴。此刀件組包含禮刀、木製刀鞘和籐製背帶。背面刻有人像紋、波浪紋交錯圖飾。背帶是運用壓二挑二編織法及型模繞編法將水籐編成圓狀形,穿過刀鞘背面的兩個耳朵相缚結固定。刀柄末端有麻繩吊帶。刀柄中間中段刻有橫紋,略微凹陷,具弧度,方便持拿。 \n\nFor Yami (Tao) people, long swords or daggers are not used in battles against men. Instead they are intended to expel evil spirits. Daggers like this are worn by Yami (Tao) men when they go out to visit other villages, attend in funerals, or catch flying fish at night. The dagger includes a knife, a wooden scabbard and a rattan strap. The back of the scabbard is engraved with patterns of human figures and waves. The strap is made by braiding strands of rattan into a round rope, and then fixing it to the scabbard by passing through the two sides of the scabbard. A hemp rope is tied at the end of the dagger handle. 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Catching flying fish is prohibited during this period because this ensures that the fish can start breeding again. Yami (Tao) people make use of their free time in July to repair and maintain their house, make clay dolls for children to play with in August, and prepare for the manoytoyon in September, which is a feast to finish eating all the stocked flying fish. October is when they stop consuming flying fish.<br><br>Manoytoyon is an important traditional festival held in September. This is when they finish eating all the flying fish that they have caught in the year. They believe that by finishing what has been caught will bring them endless flying fish in the future. During the festival, families will prepare sumptuous foods such as: taro, millet, flying fish and so on, and serve them in earthenware bowls and pots made from clay that is unique to Yami (Tao), or on wooden plates specifically for meat, seafood, and flying fish. At mealtime, they use spoons made out of coconut shells and luminous seashells to eat and to scoop millet rice. At the end of the feast, any remaining dried fish will be discarded, fed to the pigs, or sent to people in mainland Taiwan. Both men and women attending the ceremony will wear traditional outfits. The men will be in traditional vests and loincloth, carrying long knives used for killing prey, and the women will wear a six-strand agate beaded necklace on their chests. Agate beads are deemed precious. When the husband catches Mahi Mahi during the flying fish season, the wife would hang the six-strand agate beaded necklace on the house door to express her blessing.", "title": "7月至9月是飛魚捕撈結束的季節,也是讓飛魚群休養生息的時節,族人趁著7月修繕房子,8月製作陶偶給家中幼童玩耍,接著迎接9月中旬的飛魚終食祭,進入10月便不可再食用飛魚,使其能夠繁衍,來年才能有豐富的魚源。 男女族人以盛裝出席終食祭,男子除了穿著傳統背心、丁字褲,另外會配戴殺飛魚刀;女子會在胸前戴上尊貴的6連珠胸飾,此外如果飛魚祭期間家中丈夫曾釣到鬼頭刀魚,婦女也會把6連珠胸飾掛在家門口,表示祝福之意。在這隆重的祭典當中,家家戶戶用陶壺或陶甕烹煮豐盛的食物如芋頭、小米及飛魚等,將食物放在陶碗,木盤盛裝宰殺後待烹之飛魚,圓形木盤盛裝烹煮後的肉類。在用餐時以取食小米飯的椰子殼湯匙及個人日常飲食用的夜光貝湯匙來共食。終食祭最重要的精神,就是如果飛魚乾吃不完,一定要將剩下的魚乾丟棄,族人相信這樣才會有源源不絕的飛魚可享用。", "musicText": "", "musicURL": "" }, "imgs-doasprvq5h": { "id": "imgs-doasprvq5h", "type": "imgs", "sortable": true, "multiObjs": [ { "oid": "480d5b0a1ecfd4d1e523a2f6c39918f3", "title": "魚刀 Fish Fillet Knife/魚刀", "desc": "魚刀是具有實用切割功能的工具。其刀身扁長,屬單刃刀,尖端微微揚起;柄處刻有橫向波浪紋飾,平均分布於刀柄上,刀柄近末端處漸寬,並有橫向凸起之紋飾。 \n\nThe fish fillet knife is used for slicing the flesh of the fish off the bone, which is done in preparing the flying fish for drying. 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Every year during the Yami (Tao)’s pottery month,pitanatana, men go up the mountain to dig clay to make pottery. 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I also pray that you will bless the safety of all staff. In the future, we shall show the world Your beautiful shape, For all to admire and praise.<br><br>- Prayer made to the keel during the boatbuilding ritual<br>雅美(達悟)族人依歲時祭儀的規範進行農耕和漁獵活動,生活中存在著許多禁忌,這些禁忌讓族人在面對難測的變化採取行動時,有可以依循的價值。在蘭嶼,可由長者日常的行為或祭儀的禱詞中,展現族人面對自然萬物的謙卑態度。&nbsp;<br><br>船是海洋民族最重要的物質文化,雅美(達悟)族的拼板舟體現了民族植物知識和工藝技術的結合。流線的造型船身,是祖先傳承下來與海洋維繫共生的智慧,而船身獨特的雕刻紋樣則闡述了族人的宇宙觀及信仰。東清部落克服排山倒海的壓力與質疑,突破了不得造大船的禁忌,18人座的拜訪號Si Mangavang以傳統工法造出來之後,族人用雙手征戰7百多公里的壯舉,這是一群男人實現承諾的故事,是一群女人撐起家庭與部落的故事,是一艘船載滿眾人祝福並航向全新未來的故事。<br><br>For maritime ethnic groups like Yami (Tao), boats are an essential tool for obtaining sustenance. Their boat clearly shows that it is a well composite of exceptional plant knowledge and remarkable craftsmanship. 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This hat is made from rattan as the bone ring for the base of the hat, bamboo strips as the ribs of the hat, coconut palm fiber as the outer layer, and stitched together with Manila hemp. 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Just as fishing is a job for the men, growing taro is the women’s job. When planting taro, a stick is used to loosen the soil, and when it comes to harvesting taro for special occasions such as celebrating the completion of a new house or new boat launching, women will be in their formal attire holding a taro harvest ceremonial stick. 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The cultural significance of this octagonal hat is equivalent to the silver helmet worn by men. 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Although millet is not vastly grown nowadays it has a special cultural significance and is mostly ritual-related. For instance, if there is a sick person at home, the family would offer millet to evil spirits and the sick person would recover. Also, families would use millet to conduct their own harvest ceremony to give thanks for a good harvest and to pray for another prosperous one the following year. Today, such harvest ceremony is conducted in a larger scale by each village and families will bring their harvest of millet, fruit and root vegetables to the ceremony. During the ceremony, Yami (Tao) men perform the millet-pounding dance, where participants sing and dance around a beautifully painted mortar. 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Although millet is not vastly grown nowadays it has a special cultural significance and is mostly ritual-related. For instance, if there is a sick person at home, the family would offer millet to evil spirits and the sick person would recover. 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