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  • The Council of Indigenous Peoples Visited the Indigenous Peoples in Ketagalan Boulevard, Expecting to Build Consensus by Promoting Zoning

    The chairman of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, Icyang·Parod appointed vice chairman Iwan Nawi and Wang, Ming-Hui again to leave for Ketagalan Boulevard today (at 10 am) to communicate with indigenous people. Two deputy administrative officers sent to Ketagalan Boulevard 4 times and try to keep communicated. But the indigenous people in Ketagalan Boulevard refused to talk with representative of the Council of Indigenous Peoples. Today, The Council of Indigenous Peoples still feels depressed a lot. But the representative continued the communication to rallying supports of indigenous people for gradually zoning the traditional areas together to march towards the final goal, recovering the land rights and interests of Indigenous Peoples. The representative of the Council attempted to interact with indigenous people in Ketagalan Boulevard and further stated that Zoning Regulations were restricted by the authorization of Article 21 of The Indigenous Peoples Basic Law (hereinafter referred to as Basic Law), only public lands can be zoned at present stage. As for private lands, the Council will specify the processing methods of the traditional area involving private lands (such as Taiwan Sugar Corporation) in the draft of [Land and Sea Law of Indigenous Peoples] as soon as possible subject to the instructions of President in Indigenous Historical Justice and Transitional Justice Committee on March 20th. The Zoning Regulations at present were prepared by multilateral research and negotiation, several presentations and rigorous legal procedures, released for implementation and submitted to Legislative Yuan for future reference, expecting to complete traditional area zoning by actual actions. As for whether to include issues of private lands, listen to opinions of indigenous people and build consensus, the Council of Indigenous Peoples would thoroughly inflect on the unclear legal authorization, tribal opinions and consensus of indigenous people and seek for the best processing methods after promoting the Zoning Regulations for a certain period of time.   Vice Chairman, Iwan Nawi, stressed again that the majority of aboriginal legislators supported the

  • Three Indigenous Peoples, Tsou People, Rukai People, Atayal People and 139 Tribes File Application to the Council of Indigenous Peoples for Traditional Land Zoning of Indigenous Peoples.

    The Council of Indigenous Peoples announced andimplemented [Zoning Regulations for Lands of Indigenous Peoples or Tribal Lands] (hereinafter referred to as Zoning Regulations). By now, there are 139 tribes, 3 Indigenous Peoples volunteer to apply to the Council of Indigenous Peoples for realizing traditional land zoning for Indigenous Peoples, and pursuant to zoning regulations and procedures which include: 1. Taitung County, Taimali Village, Beili Tribe (Lupakadj Tribe). 2. Chiayi County, Alishan Village, traditional areas of Tsou People (take a nation as unit). 3. Pingtung County, Wutai Village, traditional area of Rukai People (take a nation as unit). 4. Taiyuan City, Fuxing District, Zeren Li and other tribal traditional areas. 5. Hsinchu County, Jianshi Village, Yixing Village and other tribal traditional areas. 6. Hsinchu County, Wufeng Village, Zhulin Village and other tribal traditional areas.   It’s obvious zoning traditional lands is the long-term joint vision for Indigenous Peoples. The Council of Indigenous Peoples will provide proactive assistance and consultations through administrative system, and invest in proper administrative resources to facilitate the promotion of land zoning of Indigenous Peoples as well as put the policies and proposals regarding traditional areas of Indigenous Peoples replied by President Tsai into practice to protect the rights and interests of lands of Indigenous People.   Business Undertaker: Section Member Chen, Kuan-Chiu     Contact number: 02-89953307  

  • The Creative Industrial New Brand Yuan Ben Nung by Indigenous Peoples Firstly Promoted A-Li Makino Bamboo Shoot of Atayal People

    The Council of Indigenous Peoples and Council of Agriculture have been encouraging the environmentally-friendly farming in Indigenous Peoples zones and dedicating to assisting the Indigenous Peoples farmers launch the agricultural brand of Indigenous Peoples, Yuan Ben Nung. Firstly, they promoted the abundant natural makino bamboo shoot (also called A-Li in Atayal language) annually in Jianshi Village, Hsinchu County. The listing launch was held in Kangyuan Square in front of Legislative Yuan today (June 19). The Council of Indigenous Peoples expressed that the purchase price of agricultural products from Indigenous Peoples area is squeezed down by market giants who deprives the Indigenous Peoples farmers of the rights and interests. The Indigenous People who create their own brand promote agricultural products from Indigenous Peoples. This makes the price of agricultural product rational which is a good alternative. Makino bamboo shoot is in memory of familiar taste among households of Atayal People. Dingding· Bayan, the curator of Aboriginal Cultural Center in Jianshi Village, Hsinchu County played Jew's harp, the traditional musical instrument in Atayal People to extend their gratitude to the God and get the listing launch started for aboriginal agricultural product brand, Yuan Ben Nung. About 20 pupils from Jiaxing Elementary School, Yixing Branch in Jianshi Village came from afar and performed the traditional dances as the best regards for the agricultural product, makino bamboo shoot. Makino bamboo shoot is the great gift from the heaven, Commissioner Kao Chin, Su-Mei who is from Atayal peoples cooked tribal home cooking together with Bargan·Dolly, the inheritor of Atayal cultures. They showed their capacities. Finally, Chang, Ke-Chin, the handsome chef and Championship of World Cook King and from Badasan Aboriginal Restaurant, had presented the audiences with creative bamboo shoot dishes and demonstrated the creativity and vitality of Indigenous Peoples with his culinary skills recognized and certified by Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts Institute. The Indigenous Peoples in Taiwan adores the nature and farm with the traditional agri

  • The National Final of Indigenous Drama Contest Heated Up in Pingtung County

    The Council of Indigenous Peoples (hereinafter referred to as the Council) held the 7th Indigenous Drama Competition on May 20 and May 21, 2017 (Saturday and Sunday) in Suyun Hall, Pingtung University of Science and Technology. The teams participating in the contest came from 12 counties and cities throughout the nation, with 10 family groups, 12 student groups, 11 social groups, and 33 groups in total with 550 people involving in the game that would fight for the blue ribbon during the 2-day competition and demonstrate the diversified indigenous cultures. The Council stated that “Language is the carrier of the culture, and each indigenous language stands for the vitality of national culture inheritance. 16 indigenous languages not only enrich cultural diversity in Taiwan but also become valuable cultural assets of Taiwan. Hence, in order to expand the language use fields and opportunities, making more indigenous peoples pay more attention to the importance of the indigenous languages. Through the Indigenous Drama Contest, the climate for learning will be highly improved. The city and county governments are encouraged to launch indigenous drama contests. The Indigenous Drama Contest has embraced its 7th anniversary since its inception in 2008 aiming at deepening the language use experience through situational performance of short dramas and stage shows, and performed by family dialogue, tribal life trends and indigenous cultures, making the indigenous languages become the bridge for daily communication. The Council further demonstrated that holding Indigenous Drama Contest could not only provide a platform for indigenous peoples and all walks of life to exchange languages and observations but also strengthen the language identity by the rehearsals and performances of the participants. Moreover, by the performance of indigenous dramas, peoples from all circles can understand the diversity of indigenous languages and cherish the important language assets in Taiwan while appreciating the original amazing dramas.

  • 106年度補助謝世忠參加「2017年國際人類學與民族學科學聯盟與加拿大人類學會聯合會議 」

    時間:106年5月2日至5月7日 地點:加拿大 性質:主辦會議中其一論壇及應邀發表論文 主辦單位:加拿大渥太華大學 活動內容: 申請人於大會中主辦一場論壇,主題為「區域性第四世界運動的形成:亞太地區原住民的跨國脈絡」(The Formulation of Regional Fourth World Movement: on Transnational Contexts among the Indigenous Peoples in Asia-Pacific Area),該場次共有4篇論文之報告分享。另申請人應邀發表「典範化與成為典範中的原住民族:亞太地區與第四世界的逢遇」(Modelled and Modelling Indigenes: on Asian-Pacific Patterns of Facing the Fourth World)。 活動成果: (1) 於大會中申請主辦論壇,且發表長期研究原住民族相關議題之論文,均有助於提升臺灣原住民族國際能見度。 (2) 增進原住民族學術界之國際化及國際串連。 承辦人:綜合規劃處國際事務科陳小姐(02-89953093) 1060621-成果報告.pdf

  • Review Result of [Promotion of Value-added Environmental Friendly Farming for Indigenous Peoples] of 2017 was released: 30 Proposals were passed!

    The Council of Indigenous Peoples launched the Value-added Environmental Friendly Farming this year and there were aggregate 80 proposals filed for application and 30 proposals, i.e. 12 [Transformational] and 18 [Valued-added] ones were provided with subsidies after review on qualification, written documents and brief reports to further support the farmers committed to environmental-friendly farming; please visit the world wide web of the Council of Indigenous Peoples (http://www.apc.gov.tw) for approved name list. Since 2016, the Council of Indigenous Peoples started proceeding [Promotion of Value-added Environmental Friendly Farming for Indigenous Peoples] with 13 regional environmental-friendly farming organizations subsidized. And 30 units were approved this year (2017) which will considerably assisted in production equipment improvement, establishment of diversified sales channels and perfection of organic professional talent gaps of the Indigenous Peoples; the failed units to pass the review will be tutored after evaluation in terms of the planning feasibility. The Council of Indigenous Peoples expressed that in addition to provision of economic supports for environmental-friendly farming teams with subsidies, the [Professional Service Team] is going to be created in 2017 to manage the plan cancellation & verification and management & appraisal of the teams with subsidies as well as provide the professional technological tutorship related to agriculture. We are looking forward to witnessing more significant growth of the subsidized teams in 2017.   Those aboriginal farmers who would like to committed to environmental-friendly farming please pay attention to here. The promotion of environmental-friendly farming of Indigenous Peoples will be handled unceasingly! Those friends dedicated to environmental-friendly farming shall pay close attention to the application news in 2018 and you are welcomed to file an application. Business Undertaker: Wu, Wei-Hsuan Contact Tel: (02)8995-3254

  • Chairman of Council of Indigenous Peoples Participated in Village Head, Alcalde Mayor Symposium of National Indigenous Peoples to Focus on Promotion and Planning of Traditional Field Issues by the Central and Local Authorities

    Village Head, Alcalde Mayor Symposium of National Indigenous Peoples of 2017 was head on May 17 and 18 of 2017 (Thursday) in Cultural Development Center for Indigenous People of Majia Village, Pingtung County. Village head, alcaldes and mayors from 55 indigenous people villages throughout the nation participated in the activity and the theme ranged from the announcement planning, economic industry, cultural preservation and inheritance of the traditional fields to the experience sharing and viewing regarding village administrative promotion. In view that the Council of Indigenous Peoples issued and enforced [Regulations on Land or Tribal Land Allocation for Indigenous Peoples] (hereinafter referred to as Regulations) and assisted the tribes or nations in promoting traditional field planning via the public offices. The meeting majorly communicated and focused on the idea exchange and experience sharing with respect to traditional field planning of the public offices. Meanwhile, it also invited chairman of Council of Indigenous People, Icyang·Parod to jointly discuss how the central and local authorities promote the announcement planning for the traditional fields of Indigenous Peoples and put the land transformation justice into practice under the premises of respecting tribes and national subjectivity. This meeting also specially invited chairman of Rukai people, Pao, Chi-Cheng to share the experience on traditional field planning for Rukai Peoples. He also stated at the meeting that the planning Regulations are feasible and suggested that a new way shall be led for planning Regulations to further promote the Autonomous Law, Aboriginal Land and Sea Law, etc. and gain the real rights. During the comprehensive idea exchange and extensive discussions, Wutai Township Mayor, Tu, Cheng-Chi, Chienshi and Yuntianpao Township Mayors also expressed that the planning was still a huge leap for traditional fields even though it failed to reach all the expectations. The planning will absolutely not be rejected but promoted as soon as possible. Chairman of Council of Indigenous Peoples, Icyang·Parod demonstrated that after the issuance and implementation of p

  • [The Dream, We Almost Reach] Loan Advocacy Briefing Session of Comprehensive Development Fund of Indigenous People Held by the Council of Indigenous Peoples, Financial Services Never Stop

    Today (11th), the Council of Indigenous Peoples invited the indigenous peoples, young entrepreneurs, aboriginal entrepreneurs engaging in business in Taipei. financial institution undertakers and local governmental responsible personnel to participate in Loan Advocacy Briefing Session of Comprehensive Development Fund of Indigenous People held in Taipei International Convention Center. The meeting was presided over by Chen, Mwi-Lin, special committee of Economic Development Division of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, and listen to the financial status and financing demands of the indigenous peoples in the real time. The advocacy briefing session held in Taipei International Convention Center specially invited Abao ,a Paiwan singer, who returned to the pop music to share her occupational experience from being nurse, singer, hostess to entrepreneur as well as her experience of applying for loans of the Council of Indigenous Peoples. Moreover, she also encouraged the indigenous peoples to make dreams and pursue of dreams. It’s expected to break the stereotyped impressions of public masses on the finance and credit of indigenous peoples as well as create friendly financing environment. The Council of Indigenous Peoples has launched seven advocacy briefing sessions this year. The advocacy briefing sessions was successful today in Xindian. By the advocacy briefing session, the indigenous peoples are encouraged to understand all the low-interest preferential loan application and are promoted by the Council of Indigenous Peoples. Moreover, by the entrepreneurship experience and operation processes shared by the aboriginal entrepreneurs, the indigenous peoples  understand how to cultivate good financing habits and manages financial institutions in daily life which is beneficial for obtaining operating or working capital in a successful manner when starting up the business or running into financial trouble in business operations. The advocacy briefing sessions had been hold in an every spots of Taiwan, but the financial tutoring services available for indigenous peoples by the Council of Indigenous Peoples will never end. 35 financial coaches of Indi

  • First Coastal Land Privatization the Council of Indigenous Peoples: Further Progress for Defending our Land Rights!

    Pursuant to Article 14 of Land Law, the coastal land, within certain limits, shall not be privatized. However, the Council of Indigenous Peoples released the revised [Principle of Management for Including Public Land as Reservations of Indigenous Peoples] and other administrative rules in the other day to fulfill the land and historical justice of Indigenous Peoples. The execution broke the limits that the coastal land shall not be privatized. 243 entries of land with an area of 43 hectares located in Hualien and Taitung shall be included as aboriginal reservations by filing an application subject to the regulations. [Reapplication and Addition of Aboriginal Reservation Land Scheme] was approved for execution on Jan. 12, 2007. According to the Scheme, the indigenous peoples shall reapply and include the aboriginal reservations for the lands left by their ancestors and the public lands continue to be used till now. However, the 243 entries of lands, with an area of 43 hectares in Shoufeng Village, Fengbin Village, Jixiang Village of Hualien County and Hedong Village of Taitung County shall not be included as aboriginal reservations since the foregoing lands were included as the coastal lands which, subject to Article 14 of Land Law, shall not be privatized even though they were left by ancestors of indigenous peoples and still be used. The Council of Indigenous Peoples therefore took initiatives to amend [Principle of Management for Including Public Land as Reservations of Indigenous Peoples]. After modification, it immediately settled the dispute existed over 10 years that the Hualien and Taitung coasts, within certain limits, shall not be added into aboriginal reservations which restored the traditional territory of the indigenous peoples. The Chairman of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, Icyang‧Parod,  expressed that the administrative rules were amended under the proactive communication and coordination between the Council of Indigenous Peoples and central competent departments over the years. The consensus was reached after being through a host of obstacles. The preliminary estimation shows  the number of beneficiaries will be about 175. Mor

  • [Dream Approaching Indeed] Loan Advocacy Briefing Session of Comprehensive Development Fund of Indigenous Peoples Held by the Council of Indigenous Peoples in Kaohsiung Today

    The indigenous people, youth entrepreneurs, aboriginal entrepreneurs, personnel of financial institutes as well as local governmental undertakers in southern area were invited by the Council of Indigenous Peoples on 9th to participate in the [Loan Advocacy Briefing Session of Comprehensive Development Fund of Indigenous Peoples] held in Garden Villa Kaohsiung. Moreover, the Senior Administrative Officer of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, Chen, Mei-Lin was present for address. The session was held in order to help indigenous people get to know the application methods of all kinds of low-interest concessions launched by the Council of Indigenous Peoples. At the Session, the aboriginal entrepreneurs with successful businesses in Kaohsiung were invited for sharing experience to encourage the indigenous to chase after dreams valorously. Breaking down the stereotype of the aboriginals on finance and credit and establishing a friendly financing environment are also the purposes of the session. According to the statistics, up to the end of March, 2017, 25,000 entries of loans with an amount of NT$ 8.3 billion have been lent via the loan business of Comprehensive Development Fund of Indigenous People. More specifically, with 3,000 entries in southern area, reaching a loan of NT$ 1.2 billion, among which the economic loans and youth entrepreneurship loans reached 765 entries with an amount of NT$ 680,000,000. The data suggested that quite a few indigenous people successfully gained the capital needed for entrepreneurship or operating turnover. The Council of Indigenous Peoples stated that 35 financial counselors employed throughout the country were responsible for handling the financial counseling for indigenous peoples to reduce the possibility of missing the loan lending opportunity due to unfamiliarity with banking procedures. Indigenous people are welcomed to contact at the financial service line to ask for more information: [0800-508-188]. Contact: Sha, Yun-Wen (02) 8995-3245