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  • The Council of Indigenous Peoples Participated in 2019 ITF Get to Know the Four Theme Tours of Tribes of Indigenous Peoples!

    In order to promote the tourism of Indigenous Peoples and create the brand image of utan’e Ho mimimiyo, the Council of Indigenous Peoples had planned four major themes in the 2019 ITF, including “Tribal Craft Feast”, “Fun Tour between Mountains and Seas”, “Nature’s Refrigerator” and “Seasonal Tourism”. The Council invited Culture Development Center of Indigenous Peoples, Yilan County Datong Township Tourism and Leisure Industry Development Association, Ainan’ao Ecotourism Development Association of Yilan County, Nashan Nagu Co., Ltd., Hualien County Zhuoxi Village Gufeng Community Development Association, Bagao Tea Garden Association, Chiayi County Alishan Village Chashan Community Development Association, Hualien County Fengbin Village Jingpu Community Association, Hsinchu County Naluo Leisure Agriculture Development Association, Pingtung County Tjukuvulj Coffee Production Cooperative, Ren’ai Village Meiyuan Tribe Tourism & Industrial Culture Association and Ubake Art Space to IFT and share their funny and homelike tribal tourism. The “Tribal Craft Feast” started from the tribal crafts. The beautiful traditional crafts of the Indigenous Peoples were the most precious treasures. We invited the people to know the traditional wisdom of the tribe, make DIY by hand, and immerse in the cultural feast; “Fun Tour between Mountains and Seas” was based on dynamic travel, tourists could away from the hustle and bustle into the indigenous countryside, breathe fresh air in the mountains, wander along the beach to listen to the sound of waves, shuttle between mountains and sea to enjoy the beautiful scenery for a moment of rest; “Nature’s Refrigerator” was based on the raw materials of the Indigenous Peoples, and the Indigenous Peoples was self-sufficient. They went up the mountain to hunt and fish in the sea. Nature was the most natural refrigerator of the tribe. It would take you to know the food materials of the tribe and the harmonious relationship between the tribe and the land; “Seasonal Limit” was a seasonal tour with traditional festivals

  • Carried out the Land Justice of the Indigenous Peoples and Protected the Mountain and Forest Resources Together

    In order to implement the spirit of appropriate compensation for the limited use of land by the owners or legal users of the reserved lands, and to include other qualified reserved lands into the compensation scope, the Council of Indigenous Peoples had proposed “Amendment Bill on Compensation for Prohibition of Felling and Afforestation Feedback Ordinance of Reserved Lands of Indigenous People”, which would be submitted to the Executive Yuan for review. According to a resolution adopted by the Executive Yuan at its 3672nd session today (17), this amendment estimated that nearly 7,000 hectares of reserved lands of indigenous people would be included into the compensation scope, and more than 4,000 people would be compensated. The Council pointed out that the Ordinance was enabled on July 1, 2016. After the implementation of the Ordinance for four years from 2016 to 2019, the area of deforestation prohibited was up to 41,000 hectares per year, and the amount of compensation issued was NT $4.7 billion. About 26,000 people were compensated each year, thus bringing economic benefits of more than NT$ 29.8 billion for carbon sequestration, water conservation, disaster prevention and mitigation in Taiwan. This revision of the legal system was a comprehensive review of the problems encountered in the past three years. It was expected that compensated scope would be increased, including, national parks, protected areas and specific water sources areas, and the procedures for compensation for deforestation prohibited would be simplified in line with the current development trend of science and technology. The Council further stated that the bill of amendments to this Ordinance had been approved by the Executive Yuan today. The Executive Yuan would review and refer it to the Legislative Yuan for deliberation, requesting the Council to actively communicate with the various party groups in the court and the opposition so as to complete the amendment process as soon as possible.  Business Undertaker: Sun, Wei-Yan Section Member  TEL: (02)8995-3218

  • The Council of Indigenous Peoples Held a Grand Award ceremony to Reward Outstanding Indigenous Professionals

    In order to encourage the indigenous people to pursue excellence in their professional fields, the Council of Indigenous Peoples handled the “Professionals Award Plan for Indigenous People” every year, which had been the 19th year so far. In 2019, 1,282 people won awards, with a total award of NT $25.544150. Today (19), the Council held a grand award ceremony for indigenous professionals at Queena Plaza Hotel in Taitung City, and the Chairman Icyang‧Parod of the Council, presented the awards in person to publicly recognize the winners. According to Icyang, the Chairman of Council, there were five categories of awards for indigenous professionals, including further education, academic monographs, inventions, professional examinations and outstanding sports talents. Among them, the number of awards for “academic monographs” had grown from 8 in 2003 to 44 in 2019, the largest number of awards in this category since the Council held the Award Issuance Plan. It showed that more and more ethnic groups were actively publishing works or special books in domestic and foreign journals, so the number of winners was increasing year by year. Moreover, “further education” was the most awarded case this year, with 677 cases, among which 404 people obtained master’s degree and 223 people graduated from master’s degree. In addition, 38 people had passed the doctoral examination, and 12 people had graduated from the doctoral examination. In the future, there would be more and more higher education talents of Indigenous Peoples, which could be achieved in the near future! Icyang, the Chairman of the Council, further said that the indigenous sports players were outstanding in the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta megalopolis, winning 4 gold medals, 3 silver medals and 6 bronze medals, with 38 participants winning the medals. For example, Subya (Amis) won the gold medal of the Women’ Taekwondo Contest under 53kg, Ku, Hsiao-Shuang (Bunun) won the gold medal of the Women’ Karate Contest under 50kg, Kuo, Hsing-Chun (Amis) won the gold medal in Women’ Weightlifting Contest under 58kg, Chuang, Ying-Chie (Amis), Chen Chou, Yu

  • “Uhtan’e ho mimimiyo” Initiated by the Council of Indigenous Peoples Participated in Tourism Expo Japan for the First Time and Expanded Overseas Market of Tribal Tourism

    In recent years, in order to promote the tribal tourism brand of “uhtan’e ho mimimiyo”, the Council of Indigenous Peoples had actively participated in domestic and foreign tourism exhibitions and held various tribal tourism activities, all of which had received a lot of responses and achieved great achievements. This year (2019), the Council participated in the Tourism Expo Japan, the largest and indicator tourism exhibition in Asia, for the first time, to communicate with international buyers, Japanese businessmen and the public, and promote the charm of Taiwan’s indigenous tribal tourism. The Tourism Expo would be held at Hall 4, Intex Osaka from October 24th (Thursday) to October 27th (Sunday). Before the exhibition, the local businessmen in Nagoya and Osaka would hold business talks with them on October 21st and 23rd, respectively. They would recommend the rich and diverse in-depth tribal experience itinerary of Taiwan’s Indigenous Peoples, invite overseas tourists to come to Taiwan and go to their hometown for in-depth travel. Japanese tourists were one of the most important inbound tourist groups in Taiwan. According to the survey of Japanese website, Taiwan was ranked in the top 3 of “The Best Overseas Tourist Destination”, which showed that Taiwan had a high attraction for Japanese tourists. By participating in the Tourism Expo, we would share the unique tribal characteristics and itinerary of Taiwan, and attract tourists to experience the charm of their hometown. For the first time, the Expo moved to Osaka. It was expected that more than 100 countries and 1000 organizations would participate in the Expo. This time, the Council gathered 16 classic tribal tourism routes in the North, Center, South and East into a volume, presenting a complete diversity of tribes in different regions. Tourists could experience from the seaside to the mountains, from tribal crafts, food feasts to traditional cultural spirit, so that tourists and buyers could choose various indigenous-oriented tours according to the guidelines. Tourists could enjoy the magnificent scenery and experience the indigenous ecological tour in the “

  • Maori Youth’s Experience of Ilisin in Taiwan

    The Maori youths of Ngāti Manu Tribe from North Island of New Zealand came to Hualian County as guests of Harawan Tribe to experience Ilisin and to know the indigenous culture in Taiwan. In many linguistic and archaeological researches, Taiwan is mostly considered as the origin place of Austronesian peoples. As such, Ngāti Manu thought that the indigenous peoples in Taiwan and the Maori have a deep kinship; Taiwan is “where all began”. To allow the younger generation to explore the origin of their ancestors, the Project Hawaiki Nui Culture Exploration has been initiated (Hawaiki means ancestral home, the start of the ancestors, or the place of origin in Maori language). Icyang Parod, the Chairman of Council of Indigenous Peoples, stated that New Zealand is the southernmost place where Austronesian peoples migrated to. Since both sides are similar in linguistic and cultural aspects, the Council strongly supports the Project. Through language, cultures, and ceremonies, children from both places can go to each others’ tribes and truly experience their deep connection. The Chairman further said that Austronesian languages are the most widely spread languages in the world. On such basis, the cultures and languages of the indigenous peoples in Taiwan shall be the bridge that links the world. All must come to fruition by the efforts of every people for promoting cultural revival and heritage together. The Project Hawaiki Nui Culture Exploration was initiated in last (2018) August. Many youths have been sent to visit each other. In this year’s project, the youths from Ngāti Manu Tribe came and stayed Taiwan once again from Aug. 14th to 24th. After tonight’s Ilisin, a two-day cultural experience activity will begin in Harawan Tribe. The Maori youths will participate in the ascension ceremony and singing activity, integrating in the life of the tribe. Business Undertaker: Clerk Sayun Tosu TEL: 02-8995-3092; 0975-195010

  • Restatement of Indigenous Ceremonial Holiday Policy from Ministry of Labor (1 form)

    The ceremonial and memorial festivals of Indigenous Peoples are the legal holidays for indigenous labors. In accordance with provisions in Article 4 of Implementation Measures for Anniversaries and Festivals issued by the Ministry of the Interior, indigenous people shall be on holiday during the ceremonial and memorial festivals of the Indigenous Peoples. And the date of one-day-off shall be subject to the announcement of the Council of Indigenous of the Executive Yuan. Article 37 of the Labor Standard Act stipulates that the employer shall take holidays and paid for the ceremonial days and holidays designated by the Ministry of the Interior. The workers with status of Indigenous Peoples can take a holiday on ceremonial and memorial festivals without asking for leaves. However, if the employer wants to confirm whether the worker is an indigenous people or a member of his or her ethnic group, the employer may request the worker to provide documents such as a household register transcript or a copy of the household register to prove his or her ethnic group. The Ministry of Labor has reminded that “the ceremonial and memorial festivals” are statutory holidays for the indigenous labors. The indigenous labors shall be entitled to take holidays with salary. If the employer fails to grant leave or salary in accordance with the law, the name of the illegal institution will be published in addition to a fine of NT$20,000 to NT$1,000,000. If both the employee and the employer are still doubtful about the provisions of the ceremonial and memorial festivals of the Indigenous Peoples, they may further inquire with the competent labor administrative authority (labor bureau (office) of municipalities directly under the central government, counties and municipalities or social bureau (office) of the place where the institution is located.

  • A Renewal of the 2019 Memorial Days and Ceremonial Holiday for Indigenous Peoples

    1. The memorial days and ceremonial holiday for Indigenous Peoples in 2019 was officially announced in Yuan-Min-Cung-Tzu No. 1070034016. The memorial days and ceremonial holiday for Thao was adjusted from “the period from February 1 to April 30 (1 day off according to actual hosting day)” to “the period from February 1 to April 30 (the Mayasvi shall prevail). If there was no Mayasvi in that year, the Homeyaya from July 1 to August 30 shall prevail and there should be 1 day off according to the actual holding date”. 2. In accordance with the provisions of article 4 (6) of the “Implementation Measures for Memorial Days and Ceremonial Holiday”, Indigenous Peoples would have one day off on memorial days and festivals. Anyone who has the status of “indigenous people” might hold a copy of the household certificate or a household registration or other documents sufficiently qualified to prove his or her ethnicity at the memorial days or ceremonial festivals of his or her ethnic group and take holidays from his or her work or study unit. 3. Please refer to Appendix for the Renewal of the 2019 Memorial Days and Ceremonial Holiday for Indigenous Peoples A Renewal of the 2019 Memorial Days and Ceremonial Holiday for Indigenous Peoples.pdf

  • A Renewal of the 2018 Memorial Days and Ceremonial Holiday for Indigenous Peoples

    1. The memorial days and ceremonial holidays for Indigenous Peoples in 2018 was officially announced in Yuan-Min-Cung-Tzu No. 1060038786. The memorial days and ceremonial holiday for Puyuma was adjusted from the period from December 15, 2018 to January 5, 2019 and there should be one day off according to the actual holding day. 2. In accordance with the provisions of article 4 (6) of the “Implementation Measures for Memorial Days and Ceremonial Holiday”, Indigenous Peoples would have one day off on memorial days and festivals. Anyone who has the status of “indigenous people” might hold a copy of the household registration or a household registration book or other documents sufficiently qualified to prove his or her ethnicity at the memorial days or ceremonial festivals of his or her ethnic group and take holidays from his or her work or study unit. 3. Please refer to Appendix for the Renewal of the 2019 Memorial Days and Ceremonial Holiday for Indigenous Peoples A Renewal of the 2018 Memorial Days and Ceremonial Holiday for Indigenous Peoples.pdf

  • Announcement for Disclosure of Government Website Information

    Dear friends, welcome to the official website of “Council of Ingenious People”. When you are on the website, please pay attention to relevant regulations in terms of copyrights: A. Copyright Statement of Announcement for Disclosure of Government Website Information (1) All contents in the official website of Council of Ingenious People (hereinafter referred to as the Website), including word descriptions, photos, pictures, recordings, videos, and other information are under the protection of Copyright Act, except for those which shall not be subjects of copyright (such as constitution, law, order, speech drafts by public servants, and newsletters) in accordance with Article 9 of Copyright Act. (2) Anyone can freely use the aforementioned materials that are not subjects of copyright. (3) Materials under the protection of Copyright Act on the Website can only be used after obtaining the permission and authorization of the Council except for reasonable usage. If the materials are involved with other works of copyright owners, they should only be used after obtaining the permission and authorization of the owners as well. (4) Descriptions of the aforementioned “reasonable usage” are as follows: 1. All works announced on behalf of the Council on the Website, which means that they belong to the Council, may be remodeled, publicly broadcasted, and publicly transmitted within reasonable scopes; when using such works, please notify the source. 2. Information on the Website may be remodeled for non-profitable purposes by individuals and families. 3. Information on the Website can be quoted within reasonable scopes for news reporting, commenting, teaching, researching, or other proper purposes. When quoting, please notify the source. 4. For other reasonable usage, please refer to Article 44 to Article 65 of Copyright Act. (5) In accordance with Article 80-1(1) of Copyright Act, removal or alteration which is unavoidable in the lawful exploitation of the work due to technological limitations is proper. Electronic rights management information made by the Website shall not be removed or altered without permission of the Council except for the circumstances where r

  • 2019 Tribal Table Festival Series Activities Initiated by the Council of Indigenous Peoples 1st Indigenous Peoples Feast Talent Contest Begins

    In order to promote indigenous agriculture and practice the concept from origin to dining table, the Council of Indigenous Peoples will relay to hold a series of activities called “Tribal Table Festival 2019”, the first wave of which is “1st Indigenous Peoples Feast Talent Contest”. In order to deepen the public’s impression of aboriginal ethnic food materials, students and professional chefs from catering backgrounds are expected to bring forth delicious and indigenous food delicacies through creative and elaborate research and development, so that the public can further understand Taiwan’s local food materials, find new seasoning recipes, and then integrate into the daily table diet, and provide caterers with materials for the development of new dishes, thereby localizing the tribal featured delicacies and making Taiwan’s foods more diversified. Registration starts from now and ends on July 10 (Wednesday). Registration is accepted until the deadline during the whole day. The public can submit the registration information by e-mail or by mail (including registration form, one two-inch photo, two recipes, etc.). The public Group must provide a copy of Grade C certificate. In the preliminary competition, 10 teams of student group and 10 teams of public group will be selected to enter the quarter-final. The finalists will hold a live competition at FooShion FESTIVAL, ATT 4 FUN SKY in Xinyi District, Taipei on August 10 (Saturday). On the day of the competition, a special program was planned for the “Indigenous Feast Exploration Workshop”. Teacher Chang, Sung-Tao, the chef of the state banquet, and Teacher Tsai, Chi-Fang, a renowned culinary expert will be invited to share how to cook simple, healthy and delicious “indigenous” cuisine with indigenous food. A prize of NT$105,000 will be offered by the Council. The top three members of the public group will cooperate with the Council to participate in cooking exchange activities and promote the marketing of tribal cuisine culture overseas. The recipes of the winners will be shared publicly on the official website of “explore the sun”. Peo