Taiwan’s Cabinet-level Council of Indigenous Peoples (formerly the Council of Aboriginal Affairs) has been encouraging members of Taiwan’s tribes to officially register themselves under their “original names,” which are recorded in romanization. But the total of such registrations reached only about half of this year’s goal of 10,000, with the majority of those having been registered in earlier years.
- Yuánzhùmínzú W?iyuánhuì?hu?fù yuánmíng rénshù wèi dá l?xi?ng mùbi?o (????????????????), CNA, January 4, 2007
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