We are the youths from Jhengsing Village, which is formed by people relocated from old tribes on the upstream of Taimali River, including larger tribes like Viljauljau, Duliduli, Paumuli, Kaladjalan and other smaller settlements. Due to the Japanese government’s policy from 1940 to 1942 and those of the later National Government, our people moved to the current location (Jhengsing Village). Our tradition of the assembly room has transformed into a youth organization. Although the assembly room has disappeared, the tribe and its people remain. The tribal youths need to learn their culture, so we must continue. These youths have formed our teams, and we are the first wall that faces the administrative and governmental sector.