Similar to Hu Shih and his fellow activists, our generation straddles the middle, standing between our free-thinking (future) children, and our tradition-minded parents. We bear two burdens.
In my view, it would be a tragic loss for all indigenous people and for all of Taiwanese society if the reconciliation process unravels.
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.
Now that roughly 250,000 people in Taiwan turned out in support of marriage equality on Saturday, what’s next?