The Taiwanese Tribe, the Ami, is the largest tribe in Taiwan. In 2004, their numbers exceeded 160,000 with their villages characterized by their proximity to water. The Ami Tribe tends to drift towards the coastal regions of Taiwan, however, these people have migrated within Taiwan quite a few times, due to the movement of other tribes, the Han people, and the Japanese. During the Japanese rules, the Ami resettled in Taipei, Taiwan forming the oldest urban aboriginal group. In the 1960s when fishery became popular, the Ami people followed the trend and left home in order to fish and produce more for the family, however, when the fishery declined the Ami people left it and went on to work in construction sites. These people integrated well with society and are well known for being very open and tolerant to other cultures.