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  • The Council of Indigenous Peoples Led Outstanding Indigenous Cultural Entrepreneurs to the “Bangkok International Home Decoration Gifts Show”

    For the first time this year, the Council of Indigenous Peoples went to Thailand to participate in the most indicative cultural and creative exhibition in Southeast Asia, “Bangkok International Home Decoration Gifts Show”. Starting from today (17), we had set up “Ayoi Indigenous Cultural and Creative Museum” in Bangkok International Trade Exhibition Center (BITEC) for five days in a row, focusing on “Indigenous Cultural and Creative X Life Style”, gathering 8 high-quality indigenous cultural and creative brands to show the unique and rich culture of Taiwan’s Indigenous Peoples through each object. According to the Council, the eight indigenous cultural and creative brands participating in this show includes “Sabra Andre,” which transformed the myth of Indigenous Peoples into fashionable high-end design goods, the “Wumia Culture & Creation” which narrated the indigenous traditional culture with the patterns and colors of leather carving works, the “Fashion Show” which recorded the myths and beliefs of each ethnic group with faddish T-shirts, the “WildDesign”, which passed on traditional culture and designed all kinds of ornaments with new thinking, the “Warm-stone Heart”, which made use of the local stone materials in Hualien and media materials to produce living goods, the “Malafa Glass Bead Handicraft Workshop”, which expressed the wisdom left by ancestors on the patterns of glass beads, the “Puqatan”, which promoted women’ participation in cultural and technological heritage and showed local cultural characteristics, the “LIHIYA”, which was dedicated to fashion design, adding value to culture and handmade products to create market value. They displayed small home decoration, clothing design, life accessories and decorative supplies and other diverse, rich and profound cultural context of daily life commodities. The themed exhibition hall of “Ayoi Indigenous Cultural and Creative Center” presented the core concept of “home”, integrating the exhibitors' products into the living room and bedr

  • Dining with Ka^so’ay in 2019 Tribal Dinner Festival

    In order to promote indigenous culture and agriculture, the Council of Indigenous Peoples firstly held a series of “2019 Tribal Dinner Festival” activities, including “Dining with Ka^so’ay”, “Indigenous Food Master Competition”, and “Indigenous Food Workshop”. Today (21st), the press conference for “Dining with Ka^so’ay” was held at Audi Next Center in Taipei Neihu, and the creative indigenous combo meals launched in the event was revealed in advance. “Dining with Ka^so’ay” will be held at Niupuzhai Plain (Silk Road of Love) in Alishan. People can come to know about indigenous ingredients, foods, and traditions in every aspect. The event is even combined with tribal tourism to create an indigenous feast that is totally different from the ones in the past. Up to 40 booths exhibition and experiencing activities are available. People can also watch the film Ça Fait Si Longtemps by Atayal director Chen Chieh-Yao under the starlight, seeing how Shumian and Paob use music interact with the world and impact audiences’ inner feelings. Vice chairman Calivat‧Gadu of the Council stated that 500 portions of 12 kinds of delicate dishes specially designed by the indigenous chefs will be offered on the day. From today, the food lovers can visit the website of Accupass to pre-order with the price of NT$299. The appetizer special “Mountain & Sea” is made of gracilaria on the mountain and bajilu by the sea with nutrient lablab and special sauce; the dish really raises peoples’ appetite. You can also try some “Golden Cinavu” and “Raising Blessings”, which give you two kinds of staple foods of Cinavu and bamboo rice; they not only fill your stomach, but also give good fortunes. In Mid-Autumn Festival, barbeque cannot be missed. The “Party on the Plate” is also prepared, along with two deserts of “Ballad on the Tree” (Lablab Panna Cotta) and “Sweetness in the Heart” (Millet Aiyu), expecting to meet you in the wandering of autumn night. People who pre-order the limited combo meals can get a tribal ea

  • The 1st Indigenous Food Master Competition in 2019 Tribal Dinner Festival

    In order to promote indigenous style agriculture, the Council of Indigenous Peoples put the idea of “from land to table” into practice in the “2019 Tribal Dinner Festival – The 1st Indigenous Food Master Competition” today (10th) in Taipei Xinyi District’s ATT 4 FUN FooShion Sky Festival. 22 cooking masters from every corner of the country gather together and come to show their best. The “mysterious black box” which will be used as the primary ingredients in the competition is to be revealed before championship, and stands as the challenge of how these cooks perform well with unknown circumstances. Eventually, the Gac in Double Flavors made by Shen, Hui-Mei and Yuanchi (Snabo) from Department of Public Administration of National Open University won the Student Division Championship; as for the Public Division, the Chicken Roll with Gac and Mushroom made by Gusun Lufaniyo won the top award of the 1st Food Master Competition. In the awarding ceremony, the vice chairman of the Council tibusungʉ'e vayayana and H.E. Ambassador Dilmei Louisa Olkeriil together awarded the winner, encouraging the younglings and cooking masters to utilize local peoples’ knowledge and seasonal ingredients and develop more indigenous dishes with the wonder and greatness of their own tribal cuisine. It is hoped that Taiwanese cuisine can be richer thanks to indigenous ingredients, promoting indigenous food culture to a broader recognition. The vice chairman stated that the serial activities of “Tribal Dinner Festival” allow the public know and contact with indigenous ingredients, foods, and traditions with the fire of creativity and knowledge in the competition. Master Tsai, Chi-Feng was invited to the “Indigenous Flavor Exploration Workshop” held at noon, sharing how to make Maqaw with Sliced Chicken, Kowal Rice, and Bamboo Shoot Soup. Master Lin, Wen-Lung from Yilan was also invited to show his skills by making Yilan’s featured snack of Prickly Ash Pastry, sharing how participants can use indigenous ingredients to make simple, healthy, and delicious “indigenous” flavor dishes. Please visit t

  • 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

  • Sign up for the Indigenous Peoples Language Summer Camp 2019!

    In order to provide indigenous students with the opportunity to practice their native languages in summer and to construct a multi-ethnic language learning channel, the Council of Indigenous Peoples and the Ministry of Education cooperated to promote the activities of “ Indigenous Peoples Language Summer Camp 2019” in order to revitalize the native language culture, create a field for the use of the native language, enhance the awareness of the aboriginal students and their parents to revitalize their native language and implement the guarantee of “language rights” of the Indigenous Peoples. In this year’s Indigenous Peoples Language Summer Camp, there were 10 ethnic languages. Indigenous students attended experience-based courses according to their ethnic group, of which more than half of the time in a period the instructions given used ethnic languages, so that students could fully immerse themselves in the ethnic culture atmosphere, and have the opportunity to improve their ethnic language skills during summer vacation. The information of each language camp was as follows: The principle of each camp was to recruit primary and secondary school students from the indigenous ethnic groups of the same language group who are over the age of 10. Applicants who do not belong to the same ethnic group may still apply if the maximum number allowed for the camp is not met. The cost of the program includes the cost of accommodation, meals and transportation, which are fully subsidized for the Indigenous People. If you want to register from now on to June 25th, please complete the brochure registration form (see the brochure for details of the course content) and submit the registration information to the school. On June 28, 2019, the list of admissions and candidates will be announced by the website of the Council of Indigenous Peoples at https://www.apc.gov.tw in the order of registration. Business Undertaker: Specialist, Huang, Ming-Yan Tel: (02) 8995-3116

  • 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 t

  • Employment Opportunities in Indigenous Villages Provided by Enterprises or Organizations for Indigenous Peoples Youths Were Available in 2019!

    The Council of Indigenous Peoples encouraged companies, enterprises or non-governmental organizations to provide indigenous people with high-quality jobs by means of incentives. The Council conducted “Indigenous Youth Taloma in 2019-- Local Employment Plan in Indigenous Villages” for the first time to create employment opportunities for indigenous youths, thereby further devoting to the indigenous villages and perking up the tribes.  Icyang·Parod, Chairman of the Council said that in the hopes that licensed companies, non-governmental organizations or private schools, etc. to provide jobs with monthly salary of NT$ 26,000, incentives would be distributed. Starting in 2019, companies which employs indigenous youths over 15 years old and under 29 years old (including) who were not in school, or who were enrolled in on-the-job refresher courses, doctoral students and so on would be awarded. Specifically, if the worker had worked continuously for more than three months, the employer shall be awarded a monthly bonus of NT$6,000, which would be available for up to 12 months and NT$72,000 at most. This was an incentive encouraging the employers to create jobs locally, so that the youths could develop locally and be employed sustainably. The licensed companies, non-governmental organizations should apply to the Council before September 30, 2019 if they wished to participate in the Plan. If qualified after review and the indigenous youths hired worked for consecutive three months, the employer could apply to the Council for the bonus and allowance. The latest deadline for applying for the allowance is January 15, 2020. Please visit and download on http://www.apc.gov.tw/ for the details of the Plan. You can also contact the Indigenous Peoples Service Office around the country. If you have any questions about the Plan, please contact the Social Welfare Department of the Council of Indigenous Peoples at 02-89953456 to 3177 or 3183.

  • 2018 Taiwan International Conference on Indigenous Peoples Literature and Review Show Was Coming Soon

    “Harmony in Diversity - 2018 Taiwan International Conference on Indigenous Peoples Literature” jointly organized by the Council of Indigenous Peoples and National Library would be held between November 13 and 18, 2018 at National Library. The Conference was mainly themed at “Harmony in Diversity”, and the “Harmony” implied the experience of indigenous people on the Island in the trends and changes in politics and the society as well as their involvement in the passing old days over the century; “Diversity” referred to the life experience reflected by lighting up the literature by the subjectivity of Indigenous Peoples shown and witnessed by the creation. “2018 Taiwan International Conference on Indigenous Peoples Literature” would be held between November 16 and 17, 2018 at International Conference Hall, National Library, and the scholars and writers from the U.S., Canada, Australia, Russia and Japan, etc. would be invited. The multi-combination of inter-continental and inter-ethnic groups would make a comprehensive review and forward-looking plan for the development and prospects of Taiwan’s Indigenous Peoples national literature. In order to welcome this grand international academic and creative exchange meeting, the “Taiwan Indigenous Peoples Review Show” would be held for 6 days free of charge at the Exhibition Hall, National Library on November 13 and 18. A brief introduction to the development of Taiwan's Indigenous Peoples literature, the life of the writer, and the history of his creation would be presented, so as to get closer to the spiritual world of the works of the writers. To convey the core of the Conference, a press conference would be held at the Exhibition Hall of the National Library at 2 p.m. on November 13. The live performance of aiyangyue collection dedicated to inheriting and singing ancient ballads, together with the participation of literary experts and scholars and writers, kicked off the international feast and Yu, You-Liang, the curator of “Taiwan Indigenous Peoples Review Show” would be present for site instruction. This series of activities was a revelation and expectation of Taiwan’s Indigenous Peoples literature, and it was a