Songs of the Rukai

Auba Rukai Children’s Choir

Voices of schoolchildren echo vividly through mountains and plains, cutting through the humid summer air carrying whispers of a tribe reborn. The Auba Children’s Choir hail from the Rukai tribe in Taiwan, one of countless indigenous groups belonging to the Austronesian family spanning the Philippines, Southeast Asia, and even Madagascar.

For this group of elementary school children, choir is more than an extracurricular – it is a means of connecting with their heritage and the language of their ancestors.

Through song, dance, art and crafts throughout the Labour Day weekend, these children are waiting to share their story with you!

Voices of schoolchildren echo vividly through mountains and plains, cutting through the humid summer air carrying whispers of a tribe reborn. The Auba Children’s Choir hail from the Rukai tribe in Taiwan, one of countless indigenous groups belonging to the Austronesian family spanning the Philippines, Southeast Asia, and even Madagascar.

For this group of elementary school children, choir is more than an extracurricular – it is a means of connecting with their heritage and the language of their ancestors.

Through song, dance, art and crafts throughout the Labour Day weekend, these children are waiting to share their story with you!

Venue & Time

Sept 1st
Granville 600 / 11:00am – 7:00pm
VAG Plaza / 2:30pm – 3:00pm

Sept 2nd
Granville 600 / 11:00am – 7:00pm

Sept 3rd
Granville 600 / 11:00am – 7:00pm
VAG Plaza / 4:30pm – 5:30pm

An education program organized by
The Society of We Are Canadians Too

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