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Opening Reception of Chi Yi Fa Lai Design Company The Council of Indigenous Peoples Helped the Indigenous People to Realize Their Dreams with “Million Development Fund for Entrepreneurship for Local Indigenous People”

  • 更新時間:2020/04/21 11:30:09

In 2019, Chi Yi Fa Lai Design Company, a well-trained entrepreneurial team under the guidance of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, held an opening reception today (2). Many people on site shared the joy with their friends. Priest Ting of the Qingquan Tribe also prayed for the company, and the Geleburg Orchestra of the tribe was also invited to perform songs and offer blessings. Director Wang, Mei-Ping of the Economic Development Department of the Council also came to congratulate.

Chang, Hsiu-Wen, the founder of the company, was an Atayal people from Qingquan Tribe, Wufeng Township, Hsinchu County. She had been engaged in flower design for more than 10 years. As a professional florist, Hsiu Wen had been full of enthusiasm and confidence in her work, and also hoped that she had the ability to give back to the tribe. With such a belief, she participated in the mentoring and entrepreneurship plan this year, won a NT $1 million start-up fund and six months of professional mentoring, and established a company with her nephew who had a professional interior design talent. In the future, she hoped to work with the tribal people to integrate the talent cultivation and resources of the tribe, improve the company’s service process and service projects, expand the consumer base and establish a professional design team with characteristics of the Indigenous Peoples.

According to the Council, the Tutoring & Lean Entrepreneurship Scheme started from the three key points of “economic foundation”, “cultural inheritance” and “environmental sustainability” to help ethnic groups to enhance energy as the starting point of entrepreneurship through the training of knowledge and skills, innovative thinking, and value-added application of modern science and technology in traditional and characteristic cultures of Indigenous Peoples; In the past five years, the Council had successfully tutored 100 start-up teams. In the story of each entrepreneur, they also dedicated to caring for the tribe, jointly promoting the prosperity of the tribe, making the tribal environment and industry develop in a sustainable way, and achieving the concept of “entrepreneurship, employment and industry”.