Now that the 2017 Summer Universiade is over, did you know that two-thirds of the opening ceremony had references to Taiwanese indigenous culture?
The online comic “Pataauw: The Witches of Beitou” follows seven girls living in Taipei–ordinary cosmopolitan ladies, except that each of them carries indigenous ancient powers.
There is a growing controversy over the fact that the regulations only apply to public lands and exclude private lands, against the wishes of dozens of indigenous groups.
Both the Taiwanese indigenous people and the LGBT community have long lived in an environment that discriminates with a smile.
In the past few years, the government has already discussed every proposed solution. The question is not whether the Pingpuzu should be recognized, but how to deal with the politics.