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61 2021-03-21 Mr. Uyongʉ'e Yatauyungana(矢多) Memorial Preparation & Daily Maintenance Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 132
62 2021-03-21 "Pai Nana - Legendary Actress Paicu Yatauyungana(高菊花)" Movie & Post-screening Discussion Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 115
63 2021-03-20 "Judging Wang, Xin-fu" Moive Picture Screening Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 124
64 2021-03-07 Taiwan Holy Mountain, Searching The Story of Tâi-uân-sîn(Taiwan gods) Part II Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 125
65 2021-02-28 Visit Holy Mountain on 228 Memorial Day Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 116
66 2021-02-21 Taiwan Holy Mountain, Searching The Story of Tâi-uân-sîn(Taiwan gods) Part I Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 118
67 2021-01-09 "Read Aloud for Love at Corner" New Book Sharing @ Taichung Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 126
68 2020-12-30 Warmth in Cold Winter, Food Supplies Donation Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 127
69 2020-12-26 Foreign Ph. D. Student Mosiur Visits Holy Mountain Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 124
70 2020-12-07 Teacher Ying-jie Gao(高英傑) and Jyuan-wei Lin(林娟微) Couple, Family of Uyongʉ'e Yatauyungana(矢多, 高一生) Visit Holy Mountain Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 77
 
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Newsflash

Applications by Aboriginal tribes to have the ownership of original Aboriginal naming rights, intellectual property and other items returned to the tribes, in accordance with the Indigenous Peoples Intellectual Property Act (原住民族傳統智慧創作保護條例), are to be reviewed by March next year.

According to Huang Chu-cheng (黃居正), Institute of Law for Science and Technology assistant professor at Tsing Hua University — the facility commissioned to review the applications — the nation’s 14 officially recognized Aboriginal tribes have from earlier this year gradually started to apply for protection of their respective tribal intellectual property.