Taiwan Indigenous literature is the upper reach of the long river of the literary history. When oral literature became a genre and words no longer constitute the center of the literature landscape, indigenous literature has served as the preface to the history of Taiwan’s literature. Indigenous peoples left their traces in Taiwan more than 400 years ago. With the discoveries of archaeological sites, their existence can be traced back to 5 to 6 thousand years ago during the prehistoric ages. The identity and history of indigenous peoples all mark the beginning of the history of Taiwan literature.
We invite you to join us in this introduction to the indigenous peoples that were the first settlers in Taiwan and still live on this island today.
VENUE: 2nd Floor, Exhibition Room E