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INTERVIEW: The revival of indigenous culture and language in Taiwan: An indigenous leader’s perspective
‘How am I going to face our ancestors who might ask why our culture disappeared? It is a fear that my own ethnicity will cease to exist.’
Indigeneity, Localism, Sinophobia and the Politics of Apology in Taiwan, Hawai’i and Aotearoa New Zealand
The similarities and contrasts of lands where Austronesian peoples have been subordinated to outsiders who have sought to localise themselves.
How Indigenous peoples in Taiwan continue to reclaim their lands rights despite 400 years of colonisation
Indigenous peoples in Taiwan have survived 400 years of colonialisation and continue to thrive while asserting their land rights.