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The 8th Taiwan Indigenous Literature Camp First Time Reaches Tribes in Cities
更新時間:2017/08/04 17:25:27
標  題: The 8th Taiwan Indigenous Literature Camp First Time Reaches Tribes in Cities
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In order to continue promoting and developing literature creation among indigenous peoples, Council of Indigenous Peoples special launches “The 8th Taiwan Indigenous Literature Award”. The topic of the activity is “kavaluwan” (means lily in Paiwanic language), expects writers of indigenous literature to use words as seeds and sow beautiful appointments originated from ancient times. It is aimed to invite all of indigenous people to join chanting songs for lives and earth!

The first activity of Indigenous Literature Award is literature camp, and it will be held in Taipei from July 21st to 24th 2017 for whoever is interested in indigenous literature creation. This year, the indigenous literature camp is the first time held in a metropolitan area. Various guest speakers, topics are arranged and they provide indigenous people, live in metropolitan area, information and make indigenous peoples understand the modern issues form different aspects.

The topics this year are in wide ranges, including modern indigenous’ playwriting creation, poem creation, nature writing, literature and dance to increase participants’ writing skills through discussion and practice. Besides, field trips to tribes located in metropolitan areas of Xizhou tribe, Nanjin tribe, Sanying tribe and Longenpu tribe are arranged in order to help participants understand the life style of the indigenous.  Indigenous people live in cities and the various issues that they face in depth. The mutual understanding and dispute settlement are unfolded through conversation and communication. It is anticipated that all the participants can present a bunch of pure lilies for the society in Taiwan under the appealing of their literature belief no matter indigenous people or Han people!

Please visit activity website at http://tivb.pixnet.net/blog for relevant information or call Miss Lin at (02)2936-1262.