ABORIGINES – 原住民

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Scroll down for links to culture of FORMOSAN ABORIGINES.

捲動頁面以瀏覽關於原住民文化的相關資訊

NOTE : This site contains our links to ”favorite” and “most useful” websites . . . but SLP does not endorse or guarantee any of the products or services available through the links on our pages。

本站包含了我們的 “最愛” 以及 “最有用” 的網站連結,但春田語言計畫並不保證其連結的有效性或對其背書。

Links to individual topics are listed below according to the following categories:

ABORIGINES – 原住民
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RUKAI – 魯凱 ….. SAISIYAT – 賽夏 ….. SAKIZAYA – 撒奇萊雅 ….. SIRAYA – 西拉雅 ….. TAO (YAMI) – 雅美/達悟 ….. TAOKAS – 道卡斯 ….. THAO – 邵 ….. TROBIAWAN – 多囉美 or 多囉美遠 ….. TRUKU (TAROKO) -太魯閣 ….. TSOU (COU) -鄒

LANGUAGE  –  語 言
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Links to languages spoken by Formosan Aborigines

CULTURE  –  文 化

THIS PAGE LAST UPDATE: September 14, 2018。
最後一次更新時間為  2018/09/14

Welcome to scroll down through links to Language & Culture for Formosan Aborigines.

ABORIGINES – 原住民

Taiwanese Aborigines are the indigenous peoples of Taiwan. They number more than 500,000 persons and constitute more than 2% of the population of Taiwan.

The earliest detailed records dating from the arrival of Dutch explorers in 1624 describe the aborigines as living in independent villages of varying size. Between the villages there was frequent trade, intermarriage, warfare, and alliances against common enemies.

The current government of the Republic of China on Taiwan officially recognizes groups among the indigenous peoples based on qualifications drawn up by the Council of Indigenous Peoples.  Sixteen “people groups” have been recognized as of June, 2014.  Three additional people groups are “locally recognized”, and ten people groups are “unrecognized”  (Source: wikipedia.org) :

Current trends in ethno-tourism have led additional aboriginal groups to continue to petition the government for recognized status.

ABORIGINES – 原住民

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Here is a link to this map & more information on Formosan Aborigines: wikipedia.org .

In addition to the recognized Aboriginal Groups, there are other People Groups with a long history on Taiwan. Some of these People Groups have their own distinctive languages. For more information:

SLP’s page for Peoples: PEOPLES – 人物
SLP’s page for Languages: LANGUAGE – 語言

  • PREHISTORY OF TAIWAN
  • wikipedia.org – Prehistory of Taiwan @ Wikipedia . org
  • HISTORY OF TAIWAN
  • wikipedia.org – History of Taiwan @ Wikipedia . org
  • TAIWANESE PEOPLE
  • wikipedia.org – Taiwanese People @ Wikipedia . org

FUKIEN

HAKKA (Distinct People Group on Taiwan, not an aboriginal group …)

MINNAN (HOKKIEN, FUKIEN) (Distinct People Group on Taiwan, not an aboriginal group)

PAIWAN

RUKAI – 魯凱

SAISIYAT – 賽夏

SAKIZAYA – 撒奇萊雅

SIRAYA – 西拉雅

TAO (YAMI) – 雅美/達悟

TAOKAS – 道卡斯

THAO – 邵

TROBIAWAN – 多囉美 or 多囉美遠

TRUKU (TAROKO) -太魯閣

TSOU (COU) -鄒

 

CULTURE

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NOTE : This site contains our links to ”favorite” and “most useful” websites . . . but SLP does not endorse or guarantee any of the products or services available through the links on our pages。

本站包含了我們的 “最愛” 以及 “最有用” 的網站連結,但春田語言計畫並不保證其連結的有效性或對其背書。

THIS PAGE LAST UPDATE: September 14, 2018。
最後一次更新時間為  2018/09/14

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