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Ecotravel Tops Agenda at Aboriginal Business Forum

Newspaper article China Post

Ecotravel Tops Agenda at Aboriginal Business Forum

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A second forum on business development in Taiwan's indigenous communities opened on Friday at the National Taitung University campus in the Jinfong Township of Taitung County, eastern Taiwan.

The two-day forum was held to help indigenous townships work out new business development plans, according to the Council of Indigenous Peoples (CIP), which organized the event.

The opening ceremony was hosted by CIP Minister Icyang Parod ([...]). Guest speakers included Walis Perin ([...]), head of the Green Birth Farm in Nantou county.

Around 100 experts and professionals were present at the forum to contribute ideas on how to help indigenous peoples better develop their businesses.

Icyang said that in recent years, indigenous communities had developed creative industries closely linked to traditional culture, generating job opportunities and improving the economic environment. …

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