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  1. I'm northeast indian from Arunachal pradesh in China border .We share some similarities in dress ,culture ..not some but upto 70% I would say coz we moved from China to india ..we have changed but still we had headhunting culture n dance move that they did .I think they are our ancestor …but we don't soeak like Chinese .our language is like them but not Chinese .
    We used to fight like them tribe against tribe like even 100 yrs bck .We lost track of our history but I can feel it like we share the same bondings .we are not very religious but we have our religion ..but mostly beliefs in spiritual form of everything n we worship Sun n moon .😁

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  2. They are belong to Austronesia group like Nusantara bangsa Indonesia….Satu, Dua, Tiga, Empat, Lima, Enam, Tujuh, Delapan, Sembilan, Sepuluh…….Love 4 Sedig people…true brave hero

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  3. Why are they speaking Chinese and not their own language lol? The KMT is no better than the Japanese lol

    Why didn't they continue the fight against the Chinese?

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  4. I'm an Apatani tribal from ARUNACHAL Pradesh, India. The tattoo and clothing patterns are similar to ours. But instead of head hunting, our ancestors practiced hand and ear hunting!!

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  5. wow kudos to you for going to Taiwan for research ~ I remember watching this movie in theaters back when it came out, though I never got to see the extended version parts 1 and 2

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  6. Tribes cutting off each other's heads for good luck is not living peacefully in the forest. That is constant low level guerilla warfare. I admire the courage of the Seediq people for fighting against the odds with the Japanese to keep their land and way of life, but that way of life was not particularly noble or admirable.

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  7. And you completely drove past the fact that the very same government that used the Seediq rebellion as anti-Japanese propaganda was also responsible for wiping out their culture. The Chinese Nationalist Party, or Kuomintang, imposed a Mandarin-only policy in the education system. This essentially made them no better than the Japanese before them, or the Manchu Empire before them.
    All of Taiwanese society has a lion's share of the blame for the loss of indigenous culture in the Austronesian Homeland, including many indigenous themselves.

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  8. The Republic of Taiwan doesn't exist. It was the Republic of China, who took over Taiwan after the Japanese surrender in WW2, who turned Mona Rudao into an anti-Japanese hero.

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