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  • Lively Opening Ceremony of Aid Event of “Good Product of Chunri Village: Lohas in Chunri Village” by the Council of Indigenous Peoples

    The Council of Indigenous Peoples subsidized the industrial marketing and promotion activity of “2018 Good Product of Chunri Village: Lohas in Chunri Village”-- Chunri Village “Mango & Taro” in Village Office, Chunri Village, Pingtung County. The lively opening ceremony in Chunri Village Social Welfare Center was held today (25th), and Chung, Hsing-Hua, the vice director of the Council, legislator, Kao, Su-Mei and other distinguished guests were also present for the great event. Chung, Hsing-Hua, the vice director of the Council, stated that, in recent years, the agriculture, tourism and various industries in Chunri Village had made great breakthroughs; from the output of special crops such as millet, asplenium, black nightshade, eddoes, thorncrest, red sorghum, tree bean, shell ginger, coffee, etc., we could see the advantage of complying with the Paiwan traditional agricultural knowledge and cooperative work model to develop the friendly agriculture. Therefore, since 2016, the Council had been counseling civilized organic farms, Lili Community Development Association and Gui Chong Community Development Association to implement a friendly farming value-added promotion project. Today's meeting place, the na wa wa market base, was the result of promotion of a friendly farming project in the past. Jin-shui Camp Historical Old Trail, Loqijia Talalibi, Lili Stream Ditch, Shihwen Forgetting Worry Valley and other attractions were the private wonderland for those loving nature and valuing ecology. Such wonderlands were dotted in the tribes of Chunri Village which were the spots for tourism development. And the re-launch of hot spring would re-activate the economy of the whole Shihwen and Guhua Tribe. Chung, Hsing-Hua, vice director of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, invited all his good friends to participate in the “Good Product of Chunri Village: Lohas in Chunri Village”, the industrial marketing and promotion of “Mango & Taro” of 2018 na wa wa marketplace and tasted irwin mango, green taro, organic vegetables and other agricultural products abundant in local area today (25th) and tomorrow. Besides, th

  • Icyang Parod, Director of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, Visited Nan Wang Elementary School in Taitung County

    Icyang Parod, Director of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, headed for Nan Wang Elementary School in Taitung County in the morning of May 18 (Fri.) to have an insight into the situation of the promotion of the experimental education for Indigenous Peoples and visit the indigenous language learning conditions of the students. In order to encourage indigenous key schools to conduct experimental education for indigenous peoples, establish new education model and cultivate new generations of indigenous people with both traditional and modern knowledge, the Council of Indigenous Peoples stipulated “Key Points for Subsidizing School-type Indigenous Peoples Experimental Education” to encourage the indigenous key schools to apply for Indigenous Peoples experimental education.Each school would be subsidized maximum NTD 2 million during the preparation period and maximum NTD 1.5 million during the experimental period to assist the development of courses, teaching of tribal superiors cultures, culture learning materials as well as creating cultural environment for Indigenous Peoples. According to Icyang Parod, the director of the Council, many educational surveys and studies found that, through indigenous education, indigenous students would have better learning performance. The Council also hoped to use the Indigenous Peoples’ Experimental Education Program to find the most suitable education model for the indigenous students to learn. On the one hand, it can cultivate the talents that the tribe needed in the future; on the other hand, it can systematically pass down tribal traditional cultures and wisdom at the normal school educational fields.  Icyang Parod, the director of the Council, extended his gratitude to the principal for leading school teams and the tribal superiors for participating in the experimental education and their efforts in operating the school and promoting the cultural inheritance of Puyuma cultures. On the one hand, they transform Puyuma cultures into courses, and, on the other hand, implement education, therefore facilitating Nan Wang Elementary School to be a school firmly tied to the tribes and cultivating more exc

  • President Visited Post-disaster Reconstruction of a Sustainable Community in Hongye Tribe

    The residents of the Hongye tribe in Yanping Township, Taitung County were affected by the debris flow caused by Typhoon Morioti in Sept. 2016. After a reconstruction for 1 year and 8 months, they finally ended in May 2018. President Tsai, Ing-Wen, accompanied by Icyang Parod, the director of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, visited the community of 50 households in the Hongye Sustainable Community on this (18th) day to understand the history and achievements of reconstruction. Icyang Parod, the director of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, stated that in September of the same year, immediately after Typhoon Moranti hit the Hongye Tribe, the Council accompanied the president Tsai, Ing-Wen to visit the Hongye Tribe and condoled with the victims. The Council cooperated with the Public Works Committee of the Executive Yuan in conjunction with the Taitung County government and the offices to arrange short-term and medium-term resettlement for the affected people. It also started the post-disaster reconstruction work according to the principle of "Resettlement and Reconstruction of Victims Affected by Major Disasters" released by the Ministry of the Interior to start the post-disaster reconstruction in Hongye Tribe. Furthermore, it stuck to the principle of “retreating from the affected areas instead of the village” and cooperated with the Foundation for Disaster Relief for reconstruction and consensus on using the original lands for relocation as well as subsidized soil and water conservation and public facility engineering about NTD 20 million. In addition, the Council supervised and confirmed the reconstruction quality on the field for more than 10 times; Taitung County government implemented land acquisition, city plan changes, infrastructure projects, etc. The Foundation for Disaster Relief Funds assisted in the construction of permanent housing and completed the relocation and reconstruction plan to create a safe and comfortable new home for the people. In the end, Icyang, the director of the Council, chaired and praised the efforts of the Taitung County government, the public office and the aid construction team. Since the resett

  • Kindergarten Administrative Conference for Immersive Indigenous Peoples Language Teaching Presided over by the Council of Indigenous Peoples

    The Council of Indigenous Peoples (hereinafter referred to as the Council)  was scheduled to hold a Kindergarten Administrative Conference for Immersive Indigenous Peoples Language Teaching in the audio-visual center of the National Museum of Prehistory for 2 days at the present and the next day (May 17 and 18). About 80 representatives present at the conference included the kindergarten principals, kindergarten directors as well as experts and scholars engaging in the immersive Indigenous Peoples language teaching from all counties and cities. Icyang Parod, director of the Council, would personally presided over the panel discussion and expected to enhance kindergartens’ cognition and consensus on the immersive Indigenous Peoples language teaching through this exchange conference. The Council stated that, in order to master the golden age of language learning for young children, the kindergarten program for immersive language teaching had been promoted since 2014, extending indigenous language learning to the preschool age, immersing young children in the indigenous language environment, and naturally acquiring indigenous languages, thereby implementing the use of indigenous languages and roots for sustainable heritage; the Fugan Primary School participating in the conference was specially invited to share the participants with Indigenous Peoples language learning results by performing Ami singing and dancing, and Professor Chang, Hsue-Chien from Chinese Language Department, Taitung University was invited to dress a speech themed at “Immersive Teaching Concepts and Practices”. In the speech, he not only reviewed on the present immersive teaching but also came up with feasibility analysis on the teaching concepts. Moreover, Tseng, Yu-Shan, principal of Sandimen Village, Pingtung County shared his experience in administrative promotion of the immersive Indigenous Peoples language teaching, expecting to discuss over the immersive teaching from different perspectives to facilitate the mutual learning and development. In the morning of the second day, participants would be arranged for a visit to Da’nan Primary School to observe the Ind

  • Creation of the Technology and Service Innovation of Indigenous Peoples

    The Council of Indigenous Peoples checked and approved a total of 12 service and technology-innovative projects according to “Industrial Innovation Value Scheme for Indigenous Peoples - Subsidy for Innovative Research and Development in 2018”. The maximum subsidy reached NTD 2 million and the proposed scheme covered improvement of sewing machine, plan for beech mushroom industry upgrade and innovation service, gymnastics children development center R&D and international coach certification enhancement program, innovative multimedia music digital teaching multifunctional platform research and development, etc. The Scheme included the rich innovative conception and technologies with high industrial efficiency. The Council of Indigenous Peoples expressed that, in order to encourage indigenous enterprises to improve their core energy, enhance their technological capabilities, increase added value, and meanwhile assist technological innovation or service innovation of indigenous enterprises to create competitive advantages, it proposed Scheme for Subsidizing Innovative Research and Development in 2018 for the first time. Apart from supporting the indigenous enterprises with certain scope, it also aimed to extend the political efficiency of industrial demonstration area of Indigenous Peoples from 2015 to 2017. The Industrial Alliance founded for coaching industrial demonstration area encouraged the company-modeled sustainable operation to enable the sound development of the organization and stabilize the local industrial structures. The Council further stated that the Scheme was initiated for the first time and 41 schemes were applied for acceptance. 34 of them were approved in the first review. 5 sessions of brief review meeting were presided over. And after fierce competitions of qualification review, written review as well as the brief report review, 12 units were subsidized. And these 12 subsidized groups would take part in the training demonstration courses managed by the Council to improve their energy in virtue of the lectures presented by a number of well-received lecturers in the industry. Business Undertaker: Fan, Wen-Ying  

  • “Indigenous Peoples Business Leaders Class”, a Gathering of Enterprise Elite from all Fields for Development

    The Council of Indigenous Peoples started a four-day, three-night “Indigenous People's Business Leaders Class” study at the Chateau de Chine Hotel today (15th). Today’s founding ceremony was personally presided over by the Director of the Council of Indigenous Peoples. A total of 30 heads of companies or senior executives of indigenous enterprises gathered together and invited many high-level speakers, such as Yan, Chang-Shou, chairman of the Alliance Cultural Foundation,  Chi Ching, General Manager of Alibaba B2B Taiwan and Hong Kong Branch, Shih, Hsiung-Wei, Chairman of Lian'na Corporation Co., Ltd. (Paiwan), Yu, Cheng-Lung, Chairman of Momi International Co., Ltd. etc. to share the latest business concepts and trends, combining with the concept of best practice learning community, helping the person in charge of the indigenous enterprises and senior executives so that they could have a forward-looking vision and international perspective, solve problems encountered, and jointly create enterprise innovation and profitability. According to the statistics of the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Icyang, director of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, mentioned that among the 1.4 million SMEs in Taiwan, there were about 27,000 companies that were inhabited by the indigenous people, accounting for 1.8%, and most of them belonged to small and medium-sized businesses. In recent years, the Council had actively devoted itself to the development of the indigenous economy and industry. It had introduced a number of measures such as the “Counseling and Savvy entrepreneurship Plan” for providing entrepreneurial counseling for indigenous people, the “Indigenous Peoples Comprehensive Development Fund” for corporate financing services, and the “Innovation and R&D Program for Innovation”  encouraged technological innovation of enterprises, the “Indigenous People’s Enterprise Development Forum” to listen to the opinions of ethnic groups, the “Indigenous People’s Enterprise Value-Added Growth Plan” to enhance the management and competitiveness of enterprises, etc. It also assis

  • Results of the Review of “Promotion of Scheme for Indigenous People's Value-added Friendly Farming” in 2018 by the Council of Indigenous Peoples

    In order to assist the transformation of Indigenous Peoples’ agriculture from traditional agricultural cultivation to organic and environment-friendly farming and add value to the economic value of agricultural products, the “Promotion of Scheme for Indigenous People's Value-added Friendly Farming” had been operated by the Council of Indigenous Peoples since 2016. 18 applications were checked and approved in the first third of May and 61 Indigenous Peoples groups engaging in organic and environment-friendly farming were subsidized in recent three years. The supports included story-based packing design, market channel expansion, marketing promotion and provision of agricultural machine and equipment allowance and it was going to have educational training courses of transmitting into the organic and environment-friendly farming to help the subsidized units to grow in all aspects. Icyang Parod, the director of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, stated that “agriculture” was the most important and basic source of industry and economy in the Indigenous Peoples' areas. The indigenous people had a pure water source, soil, and traditional specialties as the foundation, and the tribes and old people insisted on the idea of coexistence with nature. They themselves had a strong constitution to develop organic and friendly farming. However, with the changes of the times, the agricultural model had also been replaced with new ones. Machines had replaced manpower, internet had replaced traditional markets, and organic agriculture had replaced traditional cultivation, etc. In order to get in touch with the current situation, they needed related funds and counseling measures. The director Icyang presided over the training courses of “Promotion of Scheme for Indigenous People’s Value-added Friendly Farming” last year (2017) to encourage the subsidized units to march forward. And after the idea exchange of the subsidized units, the procedures for scheme applications were simplified in 2018, thereby the indigenous people could access to the organic and environmental-friendly farming more quickly. Business Undertaker: Wu, Yi-

  • Promotion of the Slogan Bilingualism in Indigenous Peoples Regions by the Council of Indigenous Peoples

    The Indigenous Peoples village (town, city, district) office was approved to handle “2018 Indigenous People's Local Language and Traditional Slogan Subsidy Scheme” by the Council of Indigenous Peoples to push forward the slogan in Indigenous Peoples language in local agencies, mountains, historical sites, tribes, streets and public facilities in an all-rounded way, thereby creating a favorable language environment of the Indigenous Peoples. According to the Council, the offices approved to be subsidized for bilingual slogan included 16 (town, city, district) offices in Fuxing District, Taoyuan City. It was expected to be subsidized NTD 10.14 million and 3,100. The slogan items covered the slogans within and out of the office workplace and those in public service areas. The slogans were marked in Indigenous Peoples language and Chinese by referring to the “Language Writing System” stipulated by the Council of Indigenous Peoples and the Ministry of Education. The language in the slogan shall be based on the local language of the local area announced by the Council and the counties with more than 2 kinds of Indigenous Peoples languages shall be marked together. Furthermore, as for the mountains, historical sites, tribes, streets and public facilities in Indigenous Peoples regions, the Council would also take the initiative to assist the competent agencies in translating the related Chinese names into local languages to promote the bilingual slogan in the round. Icyang, director of the Council, stressed that the promotion of slogan bilingualism was an practice of the provisions of Article 16 of Indigenous Peoples Language Development Act, i.e. establishing local languages and traditional slogans in administrative agencies, schools and public facilities, etc. to improve the awareness of indigenous groups, carry forward the subjectivity of Indigenous Peoples languages, facilitate the preservation and development of the language, further enhance the visibility of the Indigenous Peoples languages, expand the usage opportunities and fields of the Indigenous Peoples languages as well as manifest the statue of the Indigenous Peoples languages

  • The Council of Indigenous Peoples Cooperated with Colleges and Universities to Cultivate Traditional Intellectual Creation Talents

    The “Indigenous Peoples Traditional Intellectual and Creations Talent Cultivation Plan” was specially stipulated by the Council of Indigenous Peoples to improve the cognition of faculties and students in the domestic public and private colleges and universities on the provisions and practice of the Indigenous Peoples Traditional Intellectual Creations Talent Cultivation, and they could continue to support and assist the implementation of cultural autonomy policies of Indigenous Peoples during studying and learning as well as the employment in the future. From now on, the Council publicly solicits the proposals from colleges and provides serial lectures, intensive courses or credit courses in the new term in September. The Council expressed that Indigenous Peoples’ traditional cultures, such as songs, dances, costumes, and designs had their own unique cultural connotations or design elements. They were often quoted by the general public or entrepreneurs. However, the public was not familiar with traditional Indigenous Peoples cultures. As a result, misuses and abuses had occurred again and again, resulting in controversy over the consumption of Indigenous Peoples or suspected infringement. Therefore, “Protection Act for the Traditional Intellectual Creations of Indigenous Peoples” was authorized to be established subject to the Basic Act of Indigenous Peoples. The sub-provisions were stipulated in 2015, but such related provisions were new both at home and abroad. Thus, they were not familiar with the connotations. After extension and review of the effectiveness of last year (2017), the Council put forward “Indigenous Peoples Traditional Intellectual Creation Talent Cultivation Plan”, expecting to cultivate more talents in related fields and facilitating the effective implementation of the regulations. The provisions not aimed to prevent the general public from using the cultural elements of Indigenous Peoples, but to encourage the public to respect the traditional culture of the Indigenous Peoples, and grant the exclusive right to create Indigenous Peoples or tribal traditional wisdom. It was hoped that the consent should be gained from the Indigenous Peoples

  • Skill Training Serial Courses for Indigenous People Was Started Today

    The Council of Indigenous Peoples presided over the opening ceremony of “Tribal Travel Guide Training Course” today (7th) at Indigenous Peoples Skill Training Center, Heping District, Taichung City to raise the curtain of 28 classes of courses offered throughout the year. The Council of Indigenous Peoples stated that 22 training courses were held last year and over 400 indigenous people participated in the courses. The courses were filled up upon registration. It was expected to have 28 classes of courses this year from May 7th to Nov. The courses were characterized by the Four-year Plan for Development of Indigenous Peoples Economic and Industrial Development from 2018 to 2021 and the courses would make good use of field and equipment at Skill Training Center to cultivate the talents needed for industrial demands. The basic and advanced courses planning for this year were diversified, and the cultural and creative category included weaving, bamboo weaving, agricultural green and net-house facility building, etc. In addition, creative marketing and branded package were added to improve the professional cognition ranging from production to marketing of participants; furthermore, the Council would take the time of relevant certificate examination into account to arrange for Class for Bamboo Weaving Technician Skills Verification Certificate, Class for Tour Guide or Tour Guide Training to assist the participants in getting professional certificates; moreover, the professional courses, such as training courses for tribal vegetable technological cultivation, herb technological cultivation, operation and management of homestay, camping, etc. In accordance with the market trends were provided there. In terms of course setting, apart from classroom teaching, the participants were also provided with practical operational opportunities with weaving machine, green and net-house, camping facilities by the Skill Training Center. Besides, they were also arranged to visit and have classes to achieve the goal of making training into practice. In order to encourage the active registration and participation, the Council not only reimbursed all the commuting traffic