The Council for Cultural Affairs (CCA) is considering launching an Aboriginal culture biennial, CCA Chairman Chiu Kun-liang (邱坤良) said yesterday. Chiu said the unique culture and arts of the Aboriginal people are national assets, which can be integrated into the nation's cultural tourism programs to attract more international interest. The planned biennial will showcase the characteristics and uniqueness of Aboriginal people and serve as a platform for international exchanges, Chiu said.
Fri, Mar 10, 2006 - Page 3 News List
Taiwan Quick Take: Aboriginal biennial planned
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