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Multiculturality and Indigenous Cultural Writings in Taiwan

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Purple Lounge, Department of East Asian Studies, 14th floor, Robarts Library, 130 St George Street

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October 26-27, 2017

Purple Lounge, Department of East Asian Studies 14th floor, Robarts Library, 130 St George Street




October 26, 2-5pm

Opening Reception

Special Display and Talk on Atayal Culture in Taiwan

Chaired by Wen-Chien Cheng, ROM


Yuma Taru AtayalArtist

A Moving Book: The Art of Atayal Clothing


Baunay Watan Atayal Artist

The Trace in Disappearing: The Beauty of Atayal Facial Tattoo



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Sarah Fee Curator of Eastern Hemisphere Textiles & Costume, ROM

Vincent Shen Lee Chair Professor, UofT




October 27, 12-6pm

Registration and Refreshments

Session on Taiwan Indigenous Image and Object during the Japanese Colonization
Chaired by Yurou Zhong, UofT


Chih-Ching Yang NCCU, Taiwan
The Pictures of Taiwan Indigenous Landscape and Portraits in Huuzoku Gaho, Taiyō Magazine and in Gensai Murai’s Hinode-jima

Yi-Shin Wu NCCU, Taiwan
The Politics of Translation in Banzin Dowa Densetsu Senshū


Session on Multiculturality and Indigenous Studies in Canada and in Taiwan
Chaired by Tong Lam, UofT


Pao-Chai Chiang NCCU, Taiwan
After the Storm, Charting a Course for Home: Views on Village Development of the Zou People of Taiwan’s Alishan

Terry Russell U of Manitoba
Lee Maracle UofT
Comparing Indigenous autobiography in Canada and Taiwan


Lecture on Taiwan Indigenous Literature and Translation

Chaired by Vincent Shen, UofT


Darryl Sterk Lingnan University, Hong Kong

Translators Bale: the Seediq Translation of Seediq Bale

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