The Taiwanese are located in the rural area of North West Hong Kong. They practiced nature reverence initially and later Buddhism. Their dominant mode of production is farming. Among the Taiwanese, the women hardly work as they rely on the men to take care of them. Men are regarded as the breadwinner. The women are generally held at a lower status than men. It is only the men who can own property among the Taiwanese and the women have no control overproduction. They mainly traded in adzes and pottery. The family head is the man whose eldest son is in line to take over from him should the need arise. Their marital residence lives are matrilineal.