The stream at the north of kararuan was where Amis people washed their hair. It was called Black Hair Stream for the minerals contained in the water’s glossy hair like stream. In Amis language, “karon” means hair washing, and “an” means a place, together they make the word kararuan. The uniformed translation of the Ministry of Interior puts it as jialulan, based on its pronunciation. Inspired by the history of Black Hair Stream, artist Lafin utilized drift wood to manufacture a gigantic bust with long flowing hair. The locks of hair in the wind give visitors a feeling of the Kararuan style, leading them to the past of this land.