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Raihan JIbon
Aug 02, 2022
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Groups of Award-Winning Students to See How They Learn in Service and Make a Positive Impact on Their Place, Others, and Themselves. Image6 Photo Credit: Tnl Brand Studio from Left: Chairman Guo Shuiyi of Chunghwa Telecom Foundation, Director Zhuo Huotu, Award Winner Jian Yuxuan, Chen Yuqing, Zhu Peiyi, Li Yitian, Hualien Lubas Tribe Deacon Lin, Elder Lai, Taitung Kadidibu Tribe Liu Fuxia, Chunghwa Telecom Foundation Directors Lai Jingxian, Liu Zhipeng Reward 1: to Serve Records, Non-Local Students Hold an Exhibition of Historical and Cultural Relics in Lubas Tribe, Hualien One of the Winners of This Year's "Stay in Taiwan" Awards Are Zhu Peiyi and Li Yitian from the Department of Journalism of National Chengchi University. in the Summer of 2020, They Walked into the Taroko Tribe That They Had Never Explored Before, Interviewed Local Elders and Residents, Listened to Their Life Stories and Cultural Memories, and executive list Assisted the Local Church in Planning a "Rubas Historical and Cultural Relics Exhibition". Execute Exhibition Area Planning, Exhibit Layout, Exhibition Publicity and Other Work. the Lubas Tribe of Hualien Is the Gathering Place of the Taroko People. the Unique Weaving Culture Symbolizes the Status of Women. However, with the Changes of the Times, More and More Young People Have to Leave the Tribe to Work Due to the Pressure of Life, Which Makes the Tribe Gradually Face the Issues of Self-Identification and Returning to Their Hometowns to Settle Down. Therefore, as a Tribal Belief Center and a Link Between the Community and the Church, in Order to Let Tourists from Other Places Know the True Appearance of the Tribe, and at the Same Time Let the Local Youth Understand the Roots of Their Own Culture, They Began to Set Up a Historical Museum. Image5 Photo Credit: Zhu Peiyi, Li Yitian Group Photo with Rubas Tribe Weavers Zhu Peiyi and Li Yitian Originally Thought That This Visit Was Only to Record the Opening Day of the Historical Relic Museum, but They Did
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