The Siraya’s Fight for Recognition in Taiwan

Itamar Waksman

The Siraya has yet to be officially recognized by Taiwan’s government as an Indigenous group, excluding them from access to social benefits including scholarship and subsidy for healthcare.


Indigenous Hunting Rights on Trial in Taiwan

TNL Staff

An Indigenous hunter’s legal case has taken on larger meaning as a verdict on Indigenous hunting rights writ large.


Who’s Taiwanese?

P. Kerim Friedman

There is also no better symbol of Taiwanese sovereignty than its move to disassociate citizenship from Chineseness.


(Re)Naming Yourself in Asia and Beyond

Jules Quartly

The millennial obsession with multiple online identities is balanced by the fact that 'real' names still mean something.


Taiwan's Indigenous People Win Back Hunting Rights

Central News Agency

In a win for Taiwan's indigenous people, wild animals may be caught as food for the hunters and their families or for sharing with others.


Betrayal and Pain in Taiwan’s Indigenous Rights Battle

Jules Quartly

Taiwan’s indigenous people are on the cusp of winning hard-won land and rights, but not everyone is celebrating.


Over the Rainbow: The LGBT Challenge in Indonesia

Hendri Yulius

The war against homosexuality has not ended.


My Party or My People? Indigenous Legislator on the Fight for Self-Determination in Taiwan

Edward White

Taiwan looks set to open the door for its indigenous people to achieve some degree of autonomy. Will the rest of the population accept it?


Nazi Parade School Slammed for Misrepresenting Indigenous Massacre

Hsu Chia-yu

The students have been slammed for being 'disrespectful' and 'totally ignorant of history.'

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