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  • 強化南島交流─我國原住民族委員會主委與友邦馬紹爾群島共和國文化及內政部長共同簽署南島民族文化事務合作協定(English Version)

    StrengthenAustronesian Exchanges – Agreement for Cooperation on Austronesian PeoplesCultural Affairs Signed by Minister of the Council of Indigenous Peoples andMinister of the Ministry of Culture and Internal Affairs of the Republic of theMarshall Islands         Today, the Council of indigenous Peoples signed the Agreement for Cooperation on Austronesian Peoples Cultural Affairs with the Ministry of Culture and InternalAffairs of the Republic of the Marshall Islands, our Pacific ally. The PressConference for Signing Ceremony was jointly held in Taipei by both parties, inwhich Minister Icyang from Council of Indigenous Peoples and Minister Amenta Matthew from the Ministry of Culture and Internal Affairs of the Republic ofthe Marshall Islands signed the agreement on behalf of respective governments.The press conference began with a traditional blessing ceremony performed bythe Amis People. After the signing ceremony by both Minister Icyang and Minister Amenta Matthew, songs and dances were respectively performed by bothparties, the warm and festive scene showcased the rich and beautiful culture of the Austronesian Peoples. Minister Icyangstated that the contents of the agreement are based on reciprocity, with exchanges and cooperation in many fields including language and culture,traditional wisdom and skill, economy, and sports. The important theme of climate change is specifically included so that, utilizing the age-old wisdom accumulated by our Austronesian ancestors, both parties can jointly combat the environment and challenges brought about by modernization.         Minister Amenta Matthew stated that since the formalization of the diplomatic ties between Taiwan and the Marshall Islands 20 years ago in 1998, the bilateral exchanges have been close and unique. This is due to the shared principles of democracy and freedom, as well as the shared Austronesian heritage between the two nations. Minister Amenta also conveyed her commitment to working closely with CIP through the signing of the agreement, and to promote the preservation of the Austronesian culture. This is the right direction which will strengthen the subs

  • 3rd Phase Wrap-up Presentation of Taiwan Indigenous Peoples’ History Research Project

    The 3rd Phase Wrap-up Presentation of “Taiwan Indigenous Peoples’ History Research Project” was jointly and grandly held by the Council of Indigenous Peoples (hereinafter referred to as the “Council”), National Museum of History and Taiwan Literature Museum at 14:00 today (10th) in Promotion Classroom, 1st Floor, National Museum of History, Changsha Street, Taipei. “The 2nd Phase of Taiwan Indigenous Peoples’ History Research Project” was jointly initiated by the Council and Taiwan Literature Museum in 2004, in which 18 books were published over the decade, including major historical events, history of tribal migration, history of ethnic development, history of religious development, ethnic traditional festivals and other special studies. Beginning in 2014, the National Museum of History also joined in, where the three parties continued to promote 3rd Plan (2014-2018), which was themed at “ethnic group”. the historical researches on Padain Tribe, Paiwan People, Haocha Tribe, Rukai People, Bunong People (Jundashe), Xinshe Tribe, Kuvarawan, Kanakanavu… etc.. Forty lectures on the history and culture of Indigenous Peoples were held, with nine special books published. Another three books would be published next year (2019), which faithfully presents the full picture of the culture and history of Indigenous Peoples, as well as offering a complete and detailed record of the origin and changes of tribes. Twelve books are estimated to be published. The Council stressed that the research project of “Taiwan Indigenous Peoples’ History Research Project” were mostly commissioned to scholars and experts with indigenous heritage, indicating the historical memory and subject of the interpretation of the self-ethnic group by the Indigenous Peoples. In addition to creating Indigenous Peoples’ history with the Indigenous Peoples as subject, it was expected that the communication through the use of texts would enable the public to reflect on the difficulties faced by Indigenous Peoples in the historical development of Taiwan and their important status that could not be ignored. Business U

  • The Council of Indigenous Peoples Announced Verification Results of 2019 Annual Vocational Training Application Plan of Indigenous Peoples

    The Council of Indigenous Peoples (hereinafter referred to as the “Council”) announced the verification results of 2019 Annual Vocational Training Application Plan of Indigenous Peoples on December 6. A total of 40 vocational training application plans, which includes 28 approved by local governments and 12 by civil society organizations, were approved with a total funding of NT$ 14,042,596. We can provide training opportunities for 800 indigenous people. We welcome people of indigenous heritage to inquire online and register for the training next year.  According to the Council, the vocational training categories covered by the subsidy in 2019 include: “social welfare services”, “sightseeing and tourism services, cultural industry, technology (including cultural creativity)”, “agriculture, horticulture and landscaping”, “beauty (including nail painting) and hairdressing”. There were a total of 66 applications, and 7 classes for “social welfare services”, 16 classes for “sightseeing and tourism services”, 10 classes for “cultural industry, technology, agriculture, horticulture and landscaping” and 7 classes for “beauty, nail painting and hairdressing” were approved. The approved 40 classes would be conducted by 24 local governments and 12 civil society organizations in 2019 to provide pre-service or on-the-job training opportunities for ethnic minorities, which would effectively enhance their employment functions. Director Icyang·Parod said that improving the employment ability of indigenous people is one of the important measures that the Council would take to promote the employment of Indigenous Peoples. In order to enable indigenous people to diversify their employment ability and enter more diversified employment markets to showcase their strengths, the Vocational Training Plan for 2019 set four categories of vocational training for indigenous peoples according to the Indigenous Peoples Industrial Development Policies promoted by the Council and to the employment demands and vocational training courses expected by indigenous people contai

  • The Award Ceremony for “The 2018 6th MAKAPAH Art Award and the 12th National Indigenous Children’ Painting Contest” Came to a Successful End

    The award ceremony for“The 2018 6th MAKAPAH Art Award and the 12th National Indigenous Children’ Painting Contest”was held at 14:00 today in Chiang Kai-Shek Auditorium, National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall. The winners’ works would continue to be displayed at the gallery on the 1st floor of National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall until December 22, 2018 (Saturday). This year’s “2018 MAKAPAH Art Award” had collected 1,864 pieces of works. Most of the photography works presented the traditional sacrificial rites, kindred affection and the character of willing to share of the Indigenous Peoples by catching instantaneous pictures. Depictions of close emotions among Indigenous Peoples were displayed through paintings of myths, hunting and traditional sacrificial rites, which also demonstrated full respect for ancestral spirits as well as one’s yearning towards relatives and friends. The first prize in this year’s photography category was “Proud of Indigenous”, which showed the Tsou warriors’ pride and honor in the Indigenous culture with the Indigenous portrait composition without any embellishment. The second prize was “Yi Chi Ta Tao”, in which the author boldly recorded, through close-up photography, the appearance of the “long ear stick” of Taroko People, who had disappeared for a hundred years. In the early years, the long ear stick was used as tribal identification and decoration, and millet and salt needed for hunting could also be added, while women used needle and thread accessories for emergencies. The third prize “Go All Out” for the prize captured the competition of Malahodaigian bear load of Bunon People, showing the little indigenous contestants’ perseverance and persistence for the championship, and fully revealing the strong character of the Indigenous Peoples. The first prize of the drawing category, “Whisper in the Mountain”, depicted the innocence of indigenous children with exquisite skills. The children in the picture were standing on bare feet in the mountains and forests, and seemed to be quietly discussing what game t

  • The 2019 Indigenous Peoples Environmental-friendly Agriculture Polymorphic Model Value-added Promotion Program--the First Proposal Presentation Meeting Was Held in Taitung!

    The 2019 Indigenous Peoples environment-friendly Agriculture Polymorphic Model value-added Promotion Program initiated by The Council of Indigenous Peoples shall begin to accept applications from the present day to January 15, 2019. In order to let the indigenous people know the application process and relevant matters needing attention, the Council would handle 6 proposal presentation meetings on a national scale. The first proposal presentation meeting would be held at TTMAKER in Taitung at 9:30 today (14th) and the following five meetings would be held in Zhongzheng Hall, Yuli Town, Hualien County on December 14th, the Council of Indigenous Peoples on December 18th, Conference Room, Taipu District Office, Taichung City on December 18th, Multimedia Briefing Room, Yilan County on December 21st and Audiovisual Classroom on the 3rd floor of Indigenous Peoples Culture Hall on December 22nd one after another. Director Icyang·Parod said that in order to encourage and continue to guide the agricultural economic base, cultural heritage and environmental sustainability of the indigenous people, the “Indigenous Peoples environment-friendly Agriculture Polymorphic Model value-added Promotion Program” was processed through 2016-2018. By subsidizing the improvement of production equipment, cultivating organic and environment-friendly agricultural cultivation technology, enhancing the value of environment-friendly agricultural products, and integrating and expanding transportation and marketing channels, 48 indigenous agricultural organizations were subsidized to obtain the funds of up to NT $1.5 million, which would upgrade the development opportunities of agricultural entrepreneurship and diversified industries in the next year (2019). The 2019 Indigenous Peoples environment-friendly Agriculture Polymorphic Model value-added Promotion Program would also be held next year. Icyang emphasized that the Council would continue to coach indigenous villages in the agricultural development with strong infrastructure, technological smart valued-added and industrial technology through the amount of successful cases in the past. Proposal Presentation Meeting in

  • 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

  • The Vigor of Indigenous Peoples Sailing from Here “2018 Indigenous Peoples International Economic Development Forum” Marches towards the World

    The Council of Indigenous Peoples held press conference of “2018 Indigenous Peoples International Economic Development Forum” at 10:30am, November 11, 2018 at Indigenous Peoples Showcase, 1F, North Building, Xinzhaung Joint Officer Building, Executive Yuan. The press conference was presided over by tibusungʉ'e vayayana, deputy director of the Council. The press conference was kicked off with the Ami Peoples dancing and singing performed by Indigenous Peoples Culture and Art Troupe. Liu, Ta-Wei, business owner of Indigenous Peoples enterprise (2% Cultural Co. Ltd.; Atayal), was present at the conference to share his experience. The Commissioning Ceremony was started by deputy director and distinguished guests of the Council with the traditional sailing of Ami People, representing the endless energy of cultures and industry of Taiwan’s Indigenous Peoples and people’s working together to develop the industrial economy and take a place in the in the international stage. The Deputy Director stated that the Forum would be held in 3 consecutive days between November 9, 2018 and November 11, 2018 at PARKVIEW HOTEL HUALIEN. The foreign scholars (including business owners of Indigenous Peoples enterprise) from Canada, Thailand, Malaysia and New Zealand, etc. would be invited to the Forum to respond to New Southbound Policy of the country. The Forum was mainly themed at “Southbound Connection of Indigenous Peoples Economic Development” and downward derived three sub-issues, i.e. “Creating an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem for Indigenous Peoples”, “Agriculture and Ecological Intelligence of Indigenous Peoples” and “The Road Ahead of Cultures and Innovation of Indigenous Peoples”. The Forum was conducted in ways of keynote speech and group workshop, so that the participants could build the industrial development consensus through interactive exchanges and generate more innovative and creative ideas as well as international trade ideas. Moreover, in the first day (November 9) of the Forum, the “Joint Commodity Fair and Trade Fair of Taiwan and New Zealand’s Indigenous Peoples” would be also held to make every effort to promote mutual understanding and trade between Taiwan’s Indig

  • 「2018第6屆MAKAPAH美術獎暨第12屆全國原住民兒族童繪畫創作比賽」頒獎典禮圓滿結束

            「2018 MAKAPAH美術獎暨第12屆全國原住民族兒族童繪畫創作比賽」頒獎典禮今日下午2時於國立中正紀念堂中正演藝廳舉行,得獎者作品持續展於中正紀念堂一樓藝廊至107年12月22日(星期六)。         本屆「2018 MAKAPAH美術獎」共徵得1,864件作品,攝影類作品多以補捉瞬間畫面呈現原住民族的傳統祭儀、親情與樂於分享的性格;繪畫類作品則透過神話、狩獵、傳統祭儀表述出原住民族各族之間緊密的情感,作品中充滿對於祖靈的尊重、對親友的思念。         今年攝影類首獎《原民的榮耀Proud of Indigenous》,以不多加修飾樸實的人物肖像構圖呈現出鄒族勇士對於自身文化的驕傲與榮譽心。貳獎《伊祭達道》,作者大膽的以近距離攝影,記錄下消失百年的太魯閣族「長耳棒」的樣貌,長耳棒早年作為部落識別及裝飾,亦可放入打獵所需小米、鹽,婦女則以放入針線配件以備不時之需。参獎《全力以赴》,捕捉布農族射耳祭負重比賽,呈現出原住民小選手為爭奪冠軍,奮力向前堅毅不懈的神情,充分表露原住民族堅強的性格。         繪畫類首獎《山中話語》,以細膩的技法描繪出原住民族孩童的純真,畫面上的孩童赤著雙腳站立在山林間,似乎正在輕聲討論著待會兒,玩什麼遊戲呢?生動的神情將土地與原住民族間的連結刻畫入微。貳獎《福爾摩沙的微笑》維妙維肖的繪製出原住民族少女的微笑,體現大方與純樸的樣貌。参獎《隱沒》,作品展現出因時代變遷,原住民族為求就業機會多數遷往都會區生活。畫面中慶典的舞蹈結合百貨公司櫥窗營造出身處的環境與原生環境的差異,呼應的畫面值得令人省思。         「第12屆全國原住民族兒童繪畫創作比賽」共徵得3,056件,今年主題為「部落風情」,孩童以自身觀察與理解家鄉文化的獨特性,將家鄉的「部落風情」加以詮釋,把部落家鄉的人、景、物與感情的連結,呈現出豐富且多樣風貌的圖畫,引人入勝,深刻難忘。         原民會表示國立中正紀念堂一樓藝廊展示 「2018 MAKAPAH美術獎」65件得獎作品及「第12全國原住民族兒童繪畫創作比賽」特優作品80件得獎作品,歡迎大家前往參觀,共同享受浸泡於原住民族文化中。 承辦人:教育文化處 邱連春 電話:02-8995-3133 照片3.jpg 【新聞稿】「2018第6屆makapah美術獎暨第12屆全國原住民兒族童繪畫創作比賽」頒獎典禮圓滿結束.doc 照片1.jpg 照片2.jpg

  • The Council of Indigenous Peoples Organized Praise and Achievement Presentation for Indigenous Language Rooting Plan of 2018

    In order to praise the outstanding personnel participating in Indigenous Language Rooting Plan of 2018, the Council of Indigenous Peoples (hereinafter referred to as the Council) held Praise and Achievement Presentation at 14:00 on November 25, 2018 (Sunday) at Chipen Campus, National Taitung University. There were about 100 people attending the activity, including representatives from each county and city bureaus executing rooting plan, ethnic language guardian, home visitors and parents of ethnic language infants. The activity was warm and touching. The excellent ethnic language guardian, home visitors and parents of ethnic language children praised were recommended by the applicants themselves or by home visitors or county and city governments and selected as excellent ethnic language guardian, home visitors and parents of ethnic language children by experts for praise. Additionally, the documentary of excellent ethnic language guardian and excellent ethnic language children were played to share the successful experience of ethnic language cultivation of every excellent ethnic language guardian, demonstrating ethnic language guardian and home visitors’ sense of mission for language inheritance. The Council said that in order to master the golden age of early childhood language learning, the Indigenous Language Rooting Plan had been promoted since 2013. So far, 301 ethnic language guardians had been trained and 352 indigenous children had been accepted for care. In order to continue to improve this policy, the Council would continue to promote the Indigenous Language Rooting Plan in the year of 2019, striving to create a friendly environment for the literary language and the spoken language, thereby fulfilling the purpose of rooting down and inheriting the ethnic language, creating an atmosphere of reinvigorating the language! Business Undertaker: Li, Jin- Lian TEL: (02) 8995-3108

  • Yuchi Village Office Proposed to Withdraw from Indigenous Peoples Region The Council of Indigenous Peoples: Continued to Communicate

    In response to the proposal of withdrawal from Indigenous Peoples Region filed by Yuchi Village today (5th) to Villager’s Committee, the Council of Indigenous Peoples stated that it would communicate with the Village Office and Committee to ensure the rights and interests of villagers. The Council stated that according to the Indigenous Peoples Basic Law, Indigenous Peoples’ region refer to the areas where the indigenous people live traditionally and have the historical origin and cultural characteristics of the Indigenous Peoples, which are reported to the Executive Yuan for approval by the Council. Yuchi Village was an area traditionally inhabited by Thao People and with its historical origin and cultural characteristics, which conformed to the requirements set forth in the preceding provisions. Therefore, it was recognized as an Indigenous Peoples’ region according to relevant laws. The Council emphasized that safeguarding the rights of indigenous Peoples was a universal value. After Yuchi Village was recognized as an Indigenous Peoples region according to law, it would not only fully show the unique cultural characteristics of Indigenous Peoples, but also had a positive effect on the cultural inheritance of Thao Peoples and the development of tourism in the village; Therefore, the administrative measures provided by the Council for the Indigenous People had been invested into the village, such as infrastructure maintenance fees, economic and industrial development, public works construction subsidies, education and endangered language aids for the Indigenous Peoples, etc., which not only promotes the common prosperity and development of local construction, but also enabled all villagers, regardless of the Indigenous Peoples and Han Peoples, to enjoy the maximum benefits. In response to the proposal filed by Yuchi Village Office, the Council responded that because the Legislative Yuan amended the Indigenous Peoples Basic Law in 2015, it allowed for the current designation of territorial land; the Thao People’s announcement of the territorial land was actually reviewed by the Nantou County Government and other agencies before being s