Taiwan's Confederation Era
Where is Our Homeland? The Distribution of Taiwanese Plains Indigenous Peoples and Confederations
Illustration by Lin Jia-dong
Never Forget Your Roots and Remember Where Your People Came From!
PINUYUMAQAN Taiwan’s Confederation Era
In 1542, amazed by the beauty of Taiwan, the Portuguese named it “Ilha Formosa.” In 1624, the VOC arrived in Taiwan, and began its 38 years of......
Image of Taiwan’s Confederation Era
Written by Li Chin-Hsien; Illustrated by Lin Chia-Dung
Have you heard of the Kingdom of Tjaquvuquvulj in Southern Taiwan, the Tatuturo Confederation in Central Taiwan, and the 18 Lonckjau Indigenous ......
The First Austronesian Country? The Kingdom of Tjaquvuquvulj
Written by Yang Chia-Hua; Illustrated by James Lee
The Kingdom of Tjaquvuquvulj is said to be the first to have a state system among Austronesian; its scope of area covered south of the Central Moun...
At the Border of Southern Taiwan: The 18 Communities of Lonckjau and the Seqalu People
Written by Lee Chin-Hsien; Illustrated by James Lee
Sedan chair riders, Paiwanized Pinuyumayan People, great witchcraft, the nobility system…
King of Middag: Heyday of Tatuturo Confederation - Koninkrijk Middag
Article by Chen Yi-jhen; Illustration by James Lee
Being referred to as the Kingdom of Middag by Netherlanders, the Tatuturo (known as Dadu today) Confederation used to be an invincible supra-villa....
After the Confederation - Migration
Established by the Taiwanese Plains Indigenous People, the inter-ethnic and inter-language Tatuturo Confederation was once a supreme power in Centr...