"Bai-Bai" (拜拜), meaning "worship" , plays a significant role in the life of Taiwanese people. It has exceeded the role of religion, and has become part of their everyday life. Almost anybody will bai-bai on any occasion, anywhere, anytime, to any gods, gods they don't even know. This is a part of their cultural identity and why we need the power of God to reach them with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Ancestral worship in weddings The bride says "good-bye" to their ancestors before leaving the home.
Company wide "bai-bai" Companies set altars in front of their offices and have the employees come to "bai-bai" and hope to have good business.
Pre-filming for TV programs or movies "bai-bai" They "bai-bai" and hope that everything will go smoothly during filming as well as get good ratings.
Political candidates "bai-bai" We all know their wish is to get elected.
Enforced Elementary school "bai-bai" Many elementary schools take their students to temple "bai-bai" as a field trip, and no parents would object to it.
Personal home alters A lot of people have their own altar at home. They worship and offer sacrifices to their ancestors or gods.
Business alters on the Street Many stores or businesses will "bai-bai" 2 or 3 times a month according to their lunar calendar.
Example of an street altar Nowadays you can offer almost anything you want to the gods. The young generation offers McDonald's instead of fruits, meat, fish, or snacks.