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A 2018-2019 biennial report for Taiwan Hakka Culture Development Center of the Hakka Affairs Council

A 2018-2019 biennial report for Taiwan Hakka Culture Development Center of the Hakka Affairs Council

  • 統一編號GPN:1010902419
  • 出版日期:2020/12
  • 作/編/譯者:chief editor Yu-Ching Lai
  • 語言:英文
  • 頁數:127
  • 裝訂:平裝

書籍介紹

本書為「客家委員會客家文化發展中心2018-2019年雙年報」英文版,彙整2018-2019客家委員會客家文化發展中心業務概況,一方面肩負臺灣客家文化傳承、深耕與推展,另一方面更強化策略聯盟與多元學習,積極建立合作交流平臺,以求各面向業務能更精進、穩定發展。期望透過英文版出版,讓客家文化及本中心讓更多族群認識。

目次

From the Director
About the Center and its Organizational Structure
I.Special Report: Creating A Quality Hakka Museum
II. Overview of Architecture and Facility
III. Investigations and Research
IV. Cultural Heritage Collections
V. Exhibition and Activity
VI. Educational Outreach
VII. Public Services
VIII. Publication and Creativity and Marketing
Appendix

編/著/譯者簡介

chief editor Yu-Ching Lai

序言/導讀

From the Director The Hakka Culture Development Center of the Hakka Affairs Council (which we refer to as the Hakka Development Center in the report) is an institute with its young history. Founded in January 2012, it oversees the "Taiwan Hakka Museum" in Tongluo in Miaoli and the "Liudui Hakka Cultural Park" in Neipu in Pingtung. Both the Taiwan Hakka Museum and the Liudui Hakka Cultural Park have gone through three periods: "a planning period" (2004-2010), "a period of trial run" (2011-2017), and "an all-rounded expanding period of cultivating the local and developing cross-regional collaborative projects" (2018-). Currently we are at the beginning of the third period. By actively putting together soft- and hard-ware resources from the Museum and the Library and Information Services Center, we have strengthened the function of the "Taiwan Hakka Museum" as "the Global Hakka Museum and Library and Information Research Center", which connects the Hakka and the research and innovative development of ethnic museums around the globe. Moreover, we have integrated the context of historical development, cultural heritage and the collective memory from the twelve townships and districts (in the Liudui area) to construct the "Liudui Hakka Cultural Park" as an ecomuseum that encompasses human, culture, geographic development, the economy and the environment. It thus helps link up with the UNESCO recognized world heritages and the value of memories of the world. The world has started to reflect on contemporaneous challenges faced by the museum business. At the triennial conference of the International Council of Museums (ICOM) held in September 2019 in Kyoto, Japan, participants rigorously discussed the new definition for the museums in the 21th century and proposed that museums should be "democratising", "inclusive", and "polyphonic". To link up with international context, and coordinate views from the museums and cultural museums in the country, at the concluding remarks of the 2019 Museum Forum, Minister of the Ministry of Culture spoke about the role and functions about the museums: "Museums should play ‘an intellectual and socially conscious role’ and provide functions such as collection, preservation, coordination, research, diverse exhibits, reflection and dialogue. Moreover, museums should also strive to provide the concept and vision about cultural diversity and biodiversity." We followed closely the global trend of the museum business development, joined the International Council of Museums (ICOM), and participated and made a presentation in the conference of the ICOM in Kyoto, Japan in 2019. We, the Hakka Development Center, were elected as one of the trustees at the 15th meeting of the Chinese Association of Museums. We hoped the Hakka Cultural Parks in the north and south, as national museums, would have more strategic cooperative opportunities with other museums and cultural museums locally and abroad, and work together to contribute to the development of the museum business and social sustainability. Looking back at 2018-19, through international exchange, strategic alliances, surveys and research, collecting cultural heritage, performing arts, education and promotion, and public services, we reached an impressively abundant outcome - since the opening of the Hakka Cultural Parks in the north and south, we welcomed over 14 million visitors. Regarding international exchange, we continued to hold the second and third International Symposium on Dialogue between Taiwan and Japan Hakka Studies with Japan’s National Museum of Ethnology and the National Chiao- Tung University. With respect to surveys, research, and collecting cultural heritage, we continued to work with research institutes in Taiwan and from abroad on the groundwork research, oral history interviews, history of Hakka villages, and investigating cultural heritage for the "the Hakka, the Basel Mission, and the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom" exhibition. We moreover utilized the advanced and smart technology to put together a rich set of cultural heritage we collected over years, general surveys on cultural resources, and thematic maps by the GIS for the website, "Hakka Cultural Heritage Digital Archive". On exhibitions and performing arts, in 2018 and 2019 we updated, respectively the permanent exhibitions, "Strolling around the Beautiful Liudui" and "Thank You Hakka". We also launched two special exhibitions, "Invite You to Visit Iudui Hakka Villages, Follow Me" and "A Special Exhibition Features the Hakka Forestry Industry and Culture Meandering Around The Trails of Mountainous Region" in the south and north, respectively, as well as a Hakka musical, Lushui Bagong , by the Jiang Jiang (which means beautiful in Hakka) Hakka Theatre. On the cultural and environmental education and promotion, we conducted activities for and related to the disturbance to the local cultural development and contexts. We also strengthened the connection with the locals through activities like jaunts and Liudui Hakka marathons. Moreover, in December 2019, our film, the Freedom of Returning to Home for the Soul. Grand-Aunt Is Back , was awarded the "Cultivation Award for Gender Equality" by the Executive Yuan; and in September 2019, the Hakka Cultural Park in Liudui gained the Seventh Pingtung County Outstanding Institute for Environmental Education Award. Looking into the future, we will begin with "A Highlight Project for the Hakka in 2020-2025--Passing down the Culture and Linking up with the World" and strengthen the professional personnel. We will also promote strategic alliances and interdisciplinary collaborations with other research institutes in the country and abroad and continue to create new highlights. We hope to be based on the "Global Hakka Museum and Library and Information Research Center" and the "Liudui Ecomuseum" and gradually reach the aim of "reviving Taiwan’s Hakka culture, promoting cultural exchange between ethnic groups, and linking up with the global Hakka research".

分類
  • 書籍分類 :文化歷史
  • 出版品分類:圖書
  • 主題分類: 教育文化
  • 施政分類: 客家
其他詳細資訊
  • 適用對象:成人(學術性),成人(休閒娛樂)
  • 關鍵詞:HAKKA, 2018-2019 biennial report, Taiwan Hakka Cultural Culture Development Center of the Hakka Affairs Council
  • 附件:無附件
  • 頁/張/片數:127
授權資訊
  • 著作財產權管理機關或擁有者:客家委員會客家文化發展中心
  • 取得授權資訊:聯絡處室:綜合規劃組 姓名:梁惠珠 電話:037-985558-208 地址:苗栗縣銅鑼鄉銅科南路6號