The Haida (/ˈhaɪdə/, HY-duh) are an indigenous nation of the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America. Their main territory is the archipelago of Haida Gwaii in northern British Columbia, but many live across Dixon Entrance in Southeast Alaska. The term "Haida Nation" refers both to the people as a whole and also to their government on Canadian territory. The Haida language has sometimes been classified as one of the Na-Dene group, but is usually considered to be an isolate.
Erected on southern China's Haidian Island in Baishamen Lighthouse is distinguished for its triangular tower extending from a multi-story hexagonal base. It's the sixth tallest lighthouse in the world.