Retrace the Lost Roots
SBZINAH KINHULAN | Retrace the Lost Roots
2019 Vol.23 Cover Story
From indigenous communities to cities and cities back to communities, how far is this journey?
Fundamental Facts about Indigenous Traditional Territory
Edited by Kuo Po-Jiun; Illustrated by Hung Fu-Tien
In the past, Taiwan was once inhabited by a variety of indigenous peoples in different areas across the island. But in the course of history......
Stranger to Modern Civilization
Written by Savungaz Valincinan; Illustration by James Lee
The indigenous peoples have been living symbiotically with the environment in Taiwan for thousands of years. For generations, our ancestors have......
When Indigenous Communities Meet Tourism: those BOT Projects in Our Traditional Territories
Written by Hafay Nikar; Illustrated by Lin Jia-Dong
Simply put, sightseeing suggests a visit made by a group of outsiders to a place where they get to meet local people and produce. It brings ......
In front of My Home, there is a Mine
Written by kai limadjakan; Illustrated by Lin Chia-Dung
According to Bureau of Mine, MOEA, there are in total of 168 mines around Taiwan and most of them are located in Yilan County and Hualien County.
The Road May be Long and Difficult, but We Will Return Home
Written by Liang Wen-Jing；Photo credit: Auvini．Kadreseng
“That is our home. It's a tough way back, but we will get there.” ...when Auvini talks about old Kucapungane Community...
The Hunter Guardian of the Atayal Forest in Nan'ao
Written by You Tai; Photo credit: Yang Ren-Fu
"Since I was little, I've always known I am a child of Haga Paris Community, even though I live in Wuta." said Wilang Mawi, as he walks into.....
Returning to Old Communities to Seek Former Memories of Home
Written by Chen Yi-Ru; Photos credit: Taitung Bunun Youth, Wu Dong-Jun
You can find Haiduan Township at the end of Provincial Highway No. 20, Taiwan's “most beautiful highway”. Three hundred years ago......
The Cultural Awakening of an Urban Youth: Passing on Traditions in the Community
Written by Chen Yi-Ru; Photos credit: Lin Jing-Yi
Angcoh Community, a typical mini Pangcah community hidden next to Siouguluan River in the East Rift Valley. There are only 100 households......
Rooted in Culture: Atayal Wufon Hunter School
Written by Chen Yi-Ru; Photos by Huang Jian-Bin
The lush mountains of Wufeng Township in Hsinchu County are home to a hundred and so Atayal people living in Maybalay Community......
A Home Cooking Lesson which Reclaims Memories of Food
Written by Liang Wen-Jing; Photo credit: Tsai Zong-Sheng
This cooking classroom has no comfortable air conditioning, no precise measuring tools, and is located in the yard under a tin roof......
Things to Remember when Visiting Indigenous Communities
Written by Kuo Po-Jiun; Illustrated by James Lee
The period between July and October every year is very important to indigenous communities, because this is when they conduct their......