Focusing on Formosan agency in the encounter with Dutch colonialism and Chinese encroachment, this book reveals a fascinating picture of Taiwan in the early modern era.While hunting (maribaribat, mibonna), they used all sorts of implements ( aribaribat) to drive the herds of deer together ... They assembled on one side of a forest and set fire to the other side, displaying their amazing fleetness of foot in chasing and catching their game as the animals fled the fire. a#39;They are ... The snares made of rattan or bamboo were set up in the bush, on paths, or in the open countryside.
|Title||:||The Colonial 'civilizing Process' in Dutch Formosa|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 2008|