Taiwanese Aborigines



For centuries, Taiwan's indigenous inhabitants experienced economic competition and military conflict with a series of colonising newcomers. Centralised government policies designed to foster language shift and cultural assimilation, as well as continued contact with the colonisers through trade, inter-marriage and other intercultural processes, have resulted in varying degrees of language and loss of original cultural identity

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