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主旨(Subject) Field Research: Students and professors in National University of Tainan reached the summit of Jade Mountain.
公告單位(Department) 國際事務處語文中心 (Office of International Affairs)
訊息類別(Category) 行政業務 (校內)
公告時間(Time Posted) 2020/11/25 10:14
有效日期(Good Until...) 2022/02/01 23:59
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內容(Detail) Field Research: Students and professors in National University of Tainan reached the summit of Jade Mountain.

College of Humanities, NUTN, held a field research event and cultural heritage investigation the other day. The dean of College of Humanities WEN FENG DAI led students and professors and they reached the Yushan Front Peak of Yushan National Park, walked the Tefuye Trail and the Erwanping to explore cultural assets and wisdom of Tsou people.

 

College of Humanities, NUTN, indicated that professors and students who participate the event go to Tefuye Trail and Erwanping to have the field study of knowledge of cultural heritage. The area of Erwanping is the place that Tsou people came down from Jade Mountain to settle down. There are two monuments commemorate, the Japanese technician who died in the line of duty while cultivate Erwanping during the period of Japanese occupation. The dean WEN FENG DAI gave a detailed introductory from a geographical location to developmental history one by one.

 

In addition, the professor also described the oringinal trail hunting of Tefuye and explained that the reason why Japanese turned this aboriginal s trial to forest railway is to transport the wood conveniently from the mountain. In 1914, Alishan Forest Railway already had the ability to run from Chiayi County to Zhaoping, heading east to kodama and a spur line of forest railway reached from kodama is called “Forest Railway”. And it is followed by the widen pavement of Tefuyes trail hunting. Professors and students hiked on the railway surrounded with high ancient trees in order to get close to cultural lifestyle of aboriginal people and understand the historical and cultural development on this land. Respect and reflect the importance of ethnic diversity.

 
Professor WEN FENG DAI indicated that in the Tsou peoples heart, jade mountain is the birthplace of creationism. They bring students in elementary school to the jade mountain as the trip to trace back the roots of the clan. By this curriculum, which allows students explore historical site, and hope that the young generation can have more understanding about nature, culture and history of Taiwan and improve the mutual respect towards ethnic diversity.