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Administrators at University of Ottawa Visited NDHU in Talks for Future Inter-collegiate Collaboration

With the hope of promoting actual collaboration with aborigines abroad on academic research, NDHU's Center of International Indigenous Affairs (CIIA), managing to take advantage of its uniqueness and its mission, signed a memorandum on off-site courses, which are meant to allow visiting students opportunities to appreciate local Taiwanese culture through interaction with Taiwanese students, lectures by instructors with expertise and exposure to tribal activities.

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Dept of Computer Science & Information Engineering 2019 Undergraduate Independent Study Graduation Exhibition demonstrated students' creative ingenuity and development ability

The Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering (Dept of CSIE) at National Dong Hwa University hosted its 「Undergraduate Independent Study Graduation Exhibition」on May 31st, 2019 at the Science & Engineering Building II, Room A337. A total of 26 teams of CSIE domestic and foreign students participated in this exhibition. Teams were subdivided into"Multimedia and Intelligence Applications" and "Network and System Applications" groups. The exhibition was open to the public, and crowded with many students and professors.

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Taiwan – Aotearoa New Zealand Connection and Partnership

The Center for International Indigenous Affairs (CIIA) of National Dong Hwa University (NDHU) received the guests from Aotearoa New Zealand on April 20 to 22: Hon. Te Ururoa Flavell, the Chief Executive Officer of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa; Eddie Walker, the liaison to the Taiwan-Aotearoa Connection; and Basil Tapuke, the General Manager Trusts for Te Tumu Paeroa. With the visits to indigenous communities and meetings with related organizations and institutions, the friendship between Taiwan and Aotearoa New Zealand has been established more firmly.

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Understand the Past, March toward the Future: Truth and Reconciliation of Indigenous Peoples in Canada and Taiwan

The Director of Canada's National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation(NCTR), Ry Moran, was invited by the Canadian Trade Office in Taipei(CTOT)to visit Taiwan from March 24-27 to share his experience in promoting indigenous justice and reconciliation in Canada. During his visit, Moran paid a courtesy call at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Council of Indigenous Peoples and joined the Public Lecture Series: Truth and Reconciliation in Canada and Taiwan, a series of events at National Dong Hwa University(NDHU)in Hualien on March 25 and 26 organized by the NDHU Center for International Indigenous Affairs(CIIA)and the Taiwan Presidential Office Indigenous Historical Justice and Transitional Justice Committee("the Indigenous Transitional Justice Committee"), featuring film screening and discussion, topical lectures, and indigenous tribal tours so as to encourage more in-depth conversation and room for future cooperation between Taiwan and Canada.

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Nordic Scholars Visited NDHU for Future Collaboration

The Center for International Indigenous Affairs(CIIA)at National Dong Hwa University(NDHU)recently hosted a number of visiting scholars from Northern Europe.

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Indigenous Legal Rights and the Southbound Connection

CIIA Director Dr. Jolan Hsieh (Bavaragh Dagalomai, 謝若蘭), was invited as a speaker to the Borneo Rainforest Law Conference earlier this month. The conference was a phenomenal success with over 350 participants, all agreeing that the conference theme of Indigenous Rights is timely and important for both the region and around the world.

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