An exhilarating milestone! In this age of rapid changes and information overload, the subtle yet deep introspection and inquiry as well as the moving body movements showcased in LUNA are a full display of the power and beauty rooted in cultural origin.
The 17th Taishin Arts Award


LUNA is the first brand new dance piece after field survey for Bunun Luluna tribe in Nantou. From the inner indigenous culture or interracial side, the piece not only combines perceptual emotion and ration thinking but also incorporates conventional culture with contemporary art.

Bulareyaung, as an indigenous artist, he stays between political reality and art aesthetic. LUNA is not only an improvement of techniques but also a process of becoming the most developed piece of work of the 4 years from Bulareyaung Dance Company being founded.

Bulareyaung Dance Company

During the last two decades, Bula has been invited on numerous occasions to choreograph and perform for various contemporary dance companies both at home and abroad. With his increasing awareness of his Paiwan identity, he decided to return to his hometown and establish his own dance company, focusing on his own indigenous culture.

Bulareyaung Dance Company was founded in 2014. He works with the talented indigenous youths, who not only can dance, but also have great voices. It is an important characteristic of this company. Bulareyaung decided to return to his hometown and establish his own dance company, an important characteristic of this company.

Created La Song in 2015, Qaciljay in 2016, Colors in 2016, Stay That Way in 2017, Luna in 2018. #Yes or No in 2019. Stay That Way won 16th Taishin Arts Award-The Performing Arts Award in 2018, Luna also won 17th Taishin Arts Award- Grand Prize Award in 2019.

  • Project Organization:Bulareyaung Dance Company
  • Project Contact
  • Project Rep Name:LoLo
  • Project Rep Title:Production Manager