Give a Man a Fish, and You Feed Him for a Day. Teach a Man to Fish, and You Feed Him for a Lifetime.
2019 Vol.25 Editorial
Whether or not a country is advanced is determined by the degree to which human rights, particularly those of ethnic minorities, are protected.
Conquering Physical Distance; Real-time Indigenous Life in Metropolises
2019 Vol.24 Words from Publisher
Cultural shock is inevitable when indigenous peoples go to cities to live or work. New environments along with different living habits request......
Indigenous People in Urban Jungle: From Transient to Resident
2019 Vol.24 Editoral
Over these years, the life and educational issues about urban indigenous people have received constant attention from various sectors of society.
Step by Step on a Decennial Down-to-earth Journey
2019 Vol.23 Words from Publisher
This year is the tenth anniversary of the Indigenous Peoples Cultural Foundation (ICPF) since its establishment. For the past decade, ICPF.....
The Worst, Also the Best Era!
2019 Vol.23 Editorial
Sometimes the worst timing could be the best one as hope is hidden in it. Some people like to blame bad luck or lack of help from someone......
A Time of Change - The Era of Indigenous Movements
2018 Vol.22 Editorial
The early 1980s marked the budding stage of awareness of Taiwanese indigenous peoples’ rights. Although ......
Unveiling the Mysterious Confederation Era
2018 Vol.21 Words from the Publisher
If history really is a “net with no seams”, what would be the best way to split and categorize them? ......
When Communities Become Confederations
2018 Vol.21 Editorial
According to statistics from the Council of Indigenous Peoples, Taiwan currently has an indigenous population of over 560,000 people. Among the 16 ...
Revealing the Long History of Indigenous Peoples
2018 Vol.20 Words from the Publisher
For historians, the biggest challenge they face in their research is the diverse cultural backgrounds of their subjects, including faith, attitudes...
Delve into this fantastic and fun world of mythology
2018 Vol.20 Editorial
It is through oral narratives that history, culture, and memories are recounted. Though indigenous peoples have a rich history of oral tradition......