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The Maori tribal people trace their ancestral roots about a thousand years ago to a legendary island named Hawaiki. It is said they traveled a great distance to Aotearoa (New Zealand) in 40 waka canoes.
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PARTNERS OF THE TAP ROOT CULTURAL EXCHANGE PROGRAM

The Tap Root Cultural Exchange Program is made possible by dedicated group of partners.

Auckland University of Technology Auckland University of Technology (View Letter) - The Auckland University of Technology is providing substantial financial and logistical support to send their Maori film students to participate in this program. There will also be three staff members who will join the group to support the students. The students will produce videos for school projects. The university will also support the production of the film, Beyond Hawaiki.
National Museum of Prehistory National Museum of Prehistory (View Letter) - This national museum is an unrivaled cultural resource in Taiwan, providing a clear historical picture with an emphasis on culture and anthropology. The museum is located near the beautiful city of Taitung.
Chaoyang University of Technology Chaoyang University of Technology (View Letter) - This university is a host school that is providing one of the sites in Taiwan for cultural exchange activities. CYUT has a beautiful campus in the foothills near the cosmopolitan city of Taichung.
National Taitung University National Taitung University - This university is a host school that is providing one of the sites in Taiwan for cultural exchange activities. NTTU has many indigenous students. The university is located on two campuses in the beautiful indigenous area of Taitung County.
National Dong Hwa University National Dong Hwa University - This university is a host school that is providing one of the sites in Taiwan for cultural exchange activities. NDHU has many indigenous students and has a reputable department for Indigenous Studies. The university has a beautiful campus near the seaside city of Hualien.
Taipei Municipal Jin-shan High School Taipei Municipal Jin-shan High School (View Letter) - The Taipei Municipal Jin-shan High School is a host school for the Tap Root Cultural Exchange Program. They are one of the few schools with special educational programs for students from indigenous communities. The high school will provide a reception, performances, and an opportunity for cultural exchange activities.

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