Part Bunun and part Atayal, Ispalakan Umav has traveled and moved between indigenous communities and cities from a young age. This time, she has come to the Niahosa Community, a Tsou community relocated from the Tapangx Community. After completing his education in the city, Tsou youth Voyu e tosk? came back home to start speaking his mother tongue, practicing the Tsou culture, and willingly recovering his indigenous name. Their apparently different experiences and background collides, nurturing the visitors and encouraging the generation of indigenous youths.
Note: “Kahna mapansuhsuh”means “Resettlement” in Bunun.