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Everyone is Welcome to Attend “Achievement Exhibition for 2023-2024 Second Indigenous Peoples Holiday Program for Preschoolers” Organized by Indigenous Peoples Commission!

Everyone is Welcometo Attend “O pitilidan no niyaro' niyam, Our Tribal Classroom,” Achievement Exhibition for 2023-2024 Second Indigenous Peoples Holiday Program for Preschoolers

  To provide indigenous preschoolers aged between 3 and 6 with a diverse learning environment for them to learn more about their cultures and tribal languages during their development and learning stage, Indigenous Peoples Commission, Taipei City Government (hereinafter referred to as Indigenous Peoples Commission) offered the 2023-2024 Second Indigenous Peoples Holiday Program for Preschoolers between September 2 and November 26, 2023 at Jing Xin Non-Profit Preschool in Wenshan District, Taipei City, and has planned on organizing an achievement exhibition at 1:30PM on December 2, 2023 at Social Innovation Lab (Address: No. 99, Sec. 3, Renai Road, Daan District, Taipei City).

  The theme of the achievement exhibition is “O pitilidan no niyaro' niyam” which means “our tribal classroom” in the language of Amis. Indigenous Peoples Commission has created learning scenarios in the tribal classroom. In addition to daily conversations in tribal languages, the cultural characteristics of 16 ethnic groups, seasonal rituals and ceremonies and artistic expression of indigenous peoples have been blended into the thematic teaching in the hope that it can enhance children’s basic understanding of ethnic characteristics. Moreover, it is hoped that children are able to be familiar with their own ethnic groups, and that the program can cultivate their cultural cognition, helping them show their different learning styles since they are little.

  The program also welcomed the participation of non-indigenous preschoolers to implement the policy of offering indigenous peoples education to everyone in Taiwan. A total of 33 preschoolers participated in the program, and 8 of them were non-indigenous children. Thanks to the diversity of ethnic groups, children’s cultural sensitivity has been cultivated in the program, and they have learned to admire and respect the beauty and uniqueness of diverse cultures. In addition to presenting everyone with dynamic musical and dance performances and tribal songs, works of art made by the children with their own creativity and ingenuity will be displayed at the achievement exhibition for the second program. Moreover, a parent-child creation experience section will be planned, and parents will be invited to color works with their children at the section. Meanwhile, we will present the features of the program with videos to enable parents and participating guests to learn more about the program. Indigenous Peoples Commission sincerely invites parents and guests to attend the event in person and to find out how much fun their children have had in learning and how precious it is to learn more about different indigenous cultures.

I. Location and Transportation:

(1) Address: Social Innovation Lab (Address: No. 99, Sec. 3, Renai Road, Daan District, Taipei City)

(2) Transportation:

1. Driving: There are few parking spaces on Sec. 3, Renai Road, and Lane 248, Sec. 3, Zhongxiao East Road.

2. By MRT: Walk for around 8 minutes from Exit No. 2 of MRT Zhongxiao Fuxing Station

II. Schedule:

As attached

III. If you have any question, please feel free to contact Ms. Chen at 0965-370-710.