Da s family is very hospitable. As soon as the guests arrive, the gracious host will come up with dish dishes and serve them with four small dishes. When eating, let the elderly and guests eat first to show respect. If there is a distinguished guest, most of them eat the meat on the handle and put the blood sausage on the handle. The guest cuts with a knife and eats, and then drinks three cups of wine. This is the most respectful etiquette to the guests. If the family eats with the guests, the person who cuts the meat first, then the whole family can eat it. The first-class meat is called Waki for guests; the second-class meat is called Dale (from the scapula); the third-class meat is called Search (the meat from the crotch). The second- and third-class meats are served with other parts of meat (such as ribs and elbows for entertaining general guests. After the Dajia men and women are engaged, the man will send a kind of oil cake to the woman the second time he confesses his ma rriage) After the rice is dried, it is ground into powder.
Introduction of the Dadaur tribe: On the banks of the rich and beautiful Nenjiang River in northeast China, there is a Daur ethnic group that is dominated by agriculture and also engaged in animal husbandry and fishing. The Daur nationality is mainly distributed in the Inner Mongolia Moridawawaer Autonomous Banner, the Ewenki Autonomous Banner, Qiqihar City in Heilongjiang, and Tacheng in Xinjiang.
The Dadaur nationality has its own language, but no words; influenced by the Manchu culture of the Qing Dynasty, the Manchu language is commonly used. Later, the Chinese language was widely used, and singing, dancing and sports were the favorite activities of Daur people. Traditional hockey has developed rapidly in recent years.