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In Taiwanese folk tale, '' Moxina (2012) (a.k.a. Mô-sîn-á ),'' is a kind of ghost who frequently appears in the suburb or the sparsely populated area. It practices hypnosis to people and take them to the mountains. In addition, Moxina will feed the persons it picks with insect or dung. This film keeps track of the story which happened in the winter of 2008. In order to inspect the route, two mountain climbing members, Songshu and A-guang went up to Wuzhi Mt., where they were encountered with Moxina. This first Moxina film was made and distributed by full range of DIY spirit without any subsidies and government support.Written by