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  • 「2018東京國際禮品展」參展業者暨商品徵選自即日起受理

    本會為拓展原住民族商品海外商機,今(107)年再次參加「東京國際禮品展(The 86th Tokyo International Gift Show)」,該展訂於9月4日(星期二)至7日(星期五)假東京國際展示場(Tokyo Big Sight)舉辦,為日本最大的禮品專業展,將徵求原住民族優質品牌業者及商品參展,以「Ayoi 阿優依」為主題整合行銷,歡迎有企圖拓展日本市場之業者踴躍報名參加。  徵選收件日期,自即日起至107年6月1日(星期五)截止(郵戳為憑),徵選相關規定,請詳閱簡章內容(如附件),諮詢窗口請洽高小姐(02-89953653)或洪小姐(02-89953259)。 簡章-東京國際禮品展參展廠商徵選簡章1070502.docx

  • Come on Hualien! Chief Director of the Council of Indigenous Peoples Icyang Consoled the Injured Indigenous People

    The Hualien region experienced a strong earthquake with a magnitude of 6.0 on the Richter scale at 23:50pm, 107/2/6-, which caused a number of houses to collapse and damage. At present, 1 indigenous people had died because of the disaster, and the number of injured people reached 39. Icyang Parod, chief director of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, took pity on the heavy losses hit his hometown and led the committee members and colleagues on Feb. 10 to visit Tzu Chi Hospitals in batches and consoled Teng, Yuan-Mei of Truku (received treatment of foot dislocated) and Wu, Hsin-Cheng of Ami people (received treatment of steel nails placed in the pelvis) and their relatives, and then presented the condolence payments; moreover, the emergency funds were presented to Ami people Chen, You-Hsiang and Chen, Wei-Lun, etc. based on their injuries so as to relieve the family burden on their relatives. Furthermore, he also instructed the colleagues from the Council to assist the earthquake victims in rehabilitating homelands as soon as possible. The Council felt that the psychological trauma caused by the earthquake was more severe than physical pains, so it had initiated care & visit mechanism through indigenous social workers and Indigenous Peoples Home Care and Service Center to help them recover. The social workers from “love gas station” would visit and care them, provide and introduce medical, social administration, legal, labor rights and interests, employment, real-time welfare consultancy and resource connection and other services needed for the disaster, expecting to accompany them and understand the needs of their relatives!  

  • The Council of Indigenous Peoples Cared and Visited the Relatives of the Dead in the Violent Earthquake in Hualien and Presented the Condolence Payments

    The Hualien region experienced a strong earthquake with a magnitude of 6.0 on the Richter Scale on 23:50 pm, 2018/2/6, which caused a number of houses to collapse and damage. Two employees of Hualien City Marshal Hotel were trapped in the rubble and were rescued by rescue workers. Two employees were rescued at approximately 14:00 pm the next day. One of them was Chou, Chi-Hsuan of the Taroko people. However, he still died after he was sent to the hospital. The chief director of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, Icyang Parod, felt very sad about the occurrence of such a major disaster and immediately instructed Jiru Haruq, the member of Truku, to visit Hualien and express his concern and grief and to send indigenous people relief funds to alleviate the economic burden of Chou, Chi-Hsuan's sudden change on his family’s life. The Council of Indigenous Peoples stated that for other indigenous people injured by the earthquake, they would fully assist and initiated the care mechanism of social workers to arrange for the Center for Indigenous Family Service to keep track of the case, understand the needs of the relatives, and provide family members with assistance at any time to give them the best care. Business Undertaker: Lin, Jiang-Chi   Section Member TEL: (02)8995-3173

  • The Council of Indigenous Peoples, Yilan County Governments Cooperated to Provide Indigenous Peoples with Adaptable Welfare and Service and Established Urban Indigenous Peoples Home Care Service Center

    In order to provide the accessible welfare resources and services as well as establish the local welfare and service delivery system for Indigenous Peoples homes, since 2002, the local governments were subsidized along with non-governmental organizations to set up Indigenous Peoples Home Care Service Center. Moreover, the Council also subsidized Yilan county governments this year (2018) by taking “Home as the Center, Tribe as the Basis, the Demand of Expansion and Immigration to City” as cultural context and entrusted Lanshin Children’s Center to put it into force, thereby establishing Urban Indigenous Peoples Home Care Service Center in Yilan County, collaborating with each other, building up partnership as well as creating solid social safety net for Indigenous Peoples. The opening ceremony of the Center would be held at 10am on Feb. 8, 2018 (Thu.) in Urban Indigenous Peoples Home Care Service Center of Yilan County. The service hours are from Tuesday to Saturday, 8am-17pm. At that time, the case management, group work, social work and other professional methods satisfying the demands of indigenous people will be available at Urban Indigenous Peoples Home Care Service Center of Yilan County, which ensured that the warm and suitable assistance would be available for local indigenous peoples and thereby increasing the social capital of urban Indigenous Peoples, guaranteeing peaceful life and decent job opportunities and further connecting and strengthening the supporting network between urban indigenous people and rural indigenous people. According to the Council, 62 Indigenous Peoples Home Care Service Centers had been approved and Urban Indigenous Peoples Home Care Service Center had been set up in New Taipei City, Taoyuan City, Taichung City, Kaohsiung City, Keelung City as well as Miaoli County. And there were 213 Indigenous Peoples social workers around the country. We’ll actively improve the training for professional social workers by constructing the social safety system and social work professional system for Indigenous Peoples so that the social work system and social welfare services for the Indigenous Peoples will take a big

  • Guangfuxin Village, Wufeng District, Taichung - Come across Ayoi the Indigenous Peoples Boutique

    The opening ceremony of “Ayoi Guangfuxin Village Store--Tusunlemu Indigenous Peoples Boutique” was held today (4th) in Guangfuxin Village, Wufeng District, Taichung. The store was established to share the daily life of Indigenous Peoples in a plain, friendly and zero-distance manner. Chang, Wei-Feng, the operator of “Tusunlemu Indigenous Peoples Boutique”, said that “Tusunlemu” meant “the one daring to challenge” in Seediq and those who dared not to challenge but claimed to be “Tusunlemu” would be punished. In consequence, he adhered to the philosophy of “sticking to the tradition and daring to innovate” and created the brand--”Tusumlemu”. He had long been expecting to set up stronghold with this brand. The reason why he chose Gungfuxin Village, a fifty-year-old village that successfully transformed into cultural and creative settlement, was that both of them innovated based on the tradition and achieved the same result by different methods. According to the Council of Indigenous Peoples, Chang, Wei-Feng, the operator of “Tusunlemu Indigenous Peoples Boutique”, was one of the members from the excellent entrepreneurship team under the Lean Business Mentoring Plan initiated by the Council of Indigenous Peoples in 2015. The traditional Seediq Doriq totem was woven by the traditional weaving machine. The totem was made of leather and cloth to create the bag and shoes enriched with cultures of Indigenous Peoples that subverted the stereotyped impression of consumers on the craft of Indigenous Peoples of Taiwan. Since 2017, Weifeng also applied to the Council for “Award for Economic and Trade Extension Business Subsidy for Indigenous Peoples” which was supported by the Council to participate in the foreign exhibitions, thereby enhancing the cultural and creative brand popularity of Indigenous Peoples. Furthermore, he also set up sales outlets in Guangfuxin Village, one of the highlight spots in the Taichung World Flora Exposition this year to improve the visibility of the Indigenous Peoples commercials and expanding the sales channels. Wei Feng stated that ap

  • Ayoi Exhibition Store Indigenous Peoples Cultural and Creative Cafe in Malaysia

    A hilarious opening ceremony for “Ayoi Indigenous Peoples Cultural and Creative Cafe” was held today (28th) in the business district of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. It expects to pass on the sustainable business philosophy of Indigenous Peoples by Indigenous Peoples cultures, which rejuvenated the “New Southbound Policy”, advocated in Taiwan. “Ayoi Indigenous Peoples Cultural and Creative Cafe” located in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah is surrounded by the popular tourist attractions, among which Kota Kinabalu is the capital of Sabah and the industrial and commercial center Kota Kinabalu is the capital of Sabah and is the industrial and commercial center of East Malaysia. It is also one of the fastest growing cities in the region. The Council of Indigenous Peoples illustrated that Chen, Tzu-Ching, the operator of “Ayoi Indigenous Peoples Cultural and Creative Cafe” was one of the members from the excellent entrepreneurship team under the Lean Business Mentoring Plan initiated by the Council of Indigenous Peoples in 2015. He shared the cultural charm and natural scenes of the tribes on the sunny and color-changing postcards by combining the design, travel and illustration together. A Atayal people, Tzu Ching was also a food & travel blogger who took the initiative to popularize the Indigenous Peoples cultures with the social media, and he also teach the primary school students to learn the illustration. Tzu Ching applied to the Council for “The Key Point of Award for Economic and Trade Extension Business Subsidy for Indigenous Peoples” which was supported by the Council so that he could set up exhibition point in Malaysia for Indigenous Peoples commercials, thereby expanding the marketing channels of the Indigenous Peoples. The effect and achievements of the plan promoted by the Council can be seen after we witnessed the compound catering store run by Tzu Ching in Malaysia. The Council will keep punching to find and develop the talents and make efforts to help those indigenous youth yearning for entrepreneurship to make their dreams come true. Tzu Ching, the operator of “Ayoi Indigenous Peoples Cu

  • Warm Opening Ceremony of Hbun Seeking Tribes along Tamsui River Bank

    The warm opening ceremony of “Hbun-Indigenous Peoples Lifestyle” was held today (20th) in Tamsui Old Street under the vigorous support of the Council of Indigenous Peoples. Akiku Haisum, the director of Division of Economic Development was present and extended her cordial greetings, expecting that the visitors at home and abroad would experience different beauty of Taiwan. The Council of Indigenous Peoples demonstrated that Liu, Ta-Wei, the operator of “Hbun”, was one of the members from the excellent entrepreneurship team under the Lean Business Mentoring Plan initiated by the Council of Indigenous Peoples in 2016. He is an atayal youth from Jianshi Village, Hsinchu County, who set up a brand named “Nachiao” during the period of the Plan, and dedicated to design kinds of articles of daily use, such as murals, slipper, notebook, light-fixture, etc. with betel leaf sheath. By doing so, he could not only show his creative ideas but also play the traditional life skills, served as feeder among Amis to the fullest. In addition, Ta Wei also took the initiative to contact a variety of exhibitions to enhance the exposure of the brand and products. Now, we are delighted to see that Ta Wei starts to run his own shop within these short two years of efforts. His act is a cordial for the promotion of the Plan under the Council of Indigenous Peoples. The Council will keep punching to find and develop the talents and make efforts to help those indigenous youth yearning for entrepreneurship to make their dreams come true. The operator of “Hbun”, Liu, Ta-Wei, also expressed that Hbun meant life inoculation and the confluence of the cultural rivers. “Hbun” lied in marine outfall of Tamsui River. Thus, he expected to create it into a convergence platform of cultural products manifesting the characteristics of the tribes. Hbun is a gathering of Indigenous Peoples cultural and creative high-quality commercials and featured agricultural products all over Taiwan so that the visitors can have more space to take a rest and the life creation of Indigenous Peoples available for more people, resuming the harmonious relationship between human being and the nature. Come and visit Tamsui

  • Passing away of National Treasure of Tattooed Face -- Iwan Kaynu

    Atayal National Treasure of Tattooed Face, Iwan Kaynu died of disease yesterday (16th) at the age of 103. The Council of Indigenous Peoples expressed its sincere grief over her death to her families. The Council demonstrated that Iwan Kaynu was the eldest remaining National Treasure of Tattooed Face in our country who went through different times, witnessed a chain of historical events but regretfully died of flu. The chairman of the Council, Icyang Parod stated that the passing away of Iwan Kaynu was not only a loss of kinsfolk of her families but also a great loss of conservation of traditional cultures--tattooed face in Indigenous Peoples. Since 2015, a consensus has been reached between the Council and Ministry of Culture. These two organizations promoted the preservation of the tradition--tattooed face and the preservation and maintenance measure of the tattooed face seniors. In 2017 and 2018, the Council executed “the traditional knowledge preservation program of tattooed face” and provided the tattooed face seniors with daily life care, home care, pock up and delivery services, meal delivery and other related services in a bid to preserve and carry forward the traditional knowledge. According to the Council of Indigenous Peoples, for Atayal, Truku and Seediq, the tattooed face is an important cultural symbol. And there are only three tattooed-faced seniors, all over 95 years old, remaining in Taiwan after Iwan Kaynu passed away. As the time goes by, the aged tattooed-faced seniors gradually become withered, so the governments shall take the responsibility to preserve and maintain it as well as establish related protective measures to perfect the cultural asset preservation so as to manifest and educate people the “tattooed face traditional cultures” and the importance of safeguarding the core values of the ethnic groups. Business Undertaker : Chiang, Yun-Hsuan  TEL: 02-8995-3130

  • Long-term Care Service for Indigenous Peoples Launched in 2018 -- Culture & Health Station

    The Council of Indigenous Peoples launched the Indigenous Peoples Culture & Health Station by combining the non-governmental organizations in response of the long-term care service policy advocated by President Tsai, Ing-Wen. 250 stations were checked and ratified this year (2018) and the operating expenses were funded by Fund of Long-term Care. It’s expected to serve 7,800 seniors and provide 655 employment opportunities for servers. In order to provide steady long-term care service and achieve the goal of care of indigenous seniors in the familiar environment, the Council has built through prudent review mechanism and the non-governmental organizations that proposed the plan shall take the initiative to apply to the independent municipalities and county-leveled governments. The first round of applications completed will be submitted to the Council of Indigenous Peoples for review and the Council will convene the experts and scholars as well as representatives from the ethnic groups for building a review team to review and approve 31 and 219 culture & health stations set up in municipal areas and indigenous villages. The Culture & Health Stations provide the adaptable, cultural, healthy, flexible, diversified long-term services taking both the urban and indigenous villages into consideration and supply health care services, delay aging and disability activities (physical exercise, cultural arts, spiritual courses, culture and music for activating brains), nutritious catering services (Interdine or meals delivered), home care services, life and care consultancy services, contact and referral services according to the demands of the indigenous seniors to encourage them to engage more in the services. The Council of Indigenous Peoples will improve the long-term care providers into the ones with cultural senses, cultural adaptability and cultural capacities as well as the professional health care to satisfy the seniors’ needs. Moreover, it’s about to reinforce the connection of the resource and combine the local social welfare resources, sanitary and medical resources to create multi-functional and user-friendly Indigenous Culture &

  • ~Warm and Remote Guided-reading to Cultivate High-quality Talents~

    The wrap-up presentation and award ceremony for “Guided-reading Plan Initiated for Tribe School-children in 2017” were planned to be held at 10:00 a.m. on Jan. 6, 2018 (Sat.) by the Council of Indigenous Peoples in Chunghsing Hall, National Taitung Senior Commercial Vocational School, Taitung. Nearly 200 college students from the colleges and vocational schools and primary school students from the tribes throughout the nation got together for the Plan. The primary students showed their gratitude to the college students by presenting the flowers when entering into the ceremony and the college students led the primary school students to play the level-based games. The intense and fun atmosphere created by them demonstrated the mutual understanding and friendship. The Council of Indigenous Peoples stated that it was the second year since the Plan was executed. The remote guided reading had overcome the geographical and environmental related traffic limitation for students from remote rural areas by “online one-to-one” tutoring through “real-time video”. The warm-hearted reading guided teachers from all over the country were available for students in the tribes, although they failed to access to the learning resources as students in urban areas. The reading guided teachers have become the big help for them. Apart from reinforcing the academic work and subject review for tribal school children, the warm guided reading by college students also led the children to learn the correct life habits and virtues as well as develop in a healthy and strong manner through their love and role models they set. The remote guided-reading plan for the tribal school-children in 2017 covered Miaoli County, Chiayi County, Pintung County, Hualien County as well as Taitung County. There were 12 tribal library information stations for the convenience of application. The primary school-children engaging in guided-reading in tribal schools reached 105 in the second term of 2016 and 119 in the first term of 2017. Also, the universities joining in the plan were dotted in the northern, central, southern and eastern areas of the country. There were five uni