【PUBLIC LECTURE ANNOUNCEMENT 】
‘Taiwan Indigenous Peoples and the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues’
【TOPIC】Taiwan Indigenous Peoples and the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
【SPEAKER】Femmei Niahosa ｜Tsou Activist & Vocalist
【DATE / TIME 】 March 13th, 2018, Tuesday. 10:00 Am – 12:00 Noon
【LOCATION】College of Indigenous Studies, A213
【HOST】Introduction to World Indigenous Studies Class
Center for International Indigenous Affairs
《ABOUT THE SPEAKER》
Fenmei Niahosa, soprano, indigenous activist, music and Tsou language teacher, is from Tsou Nation on the Ali Mountains in Taiwan. Miss Niahosa was educated in Taiwan, the United States, and Italy in voice performance and education.
Miss Niahosa has appeared in operas, solo concerts, concerts and voice recitals in the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and many other countries in Asia, Central and South America, and Europe. She is now back in the Tsou Nation to work with the Tsou peoples to revive Tsou culture, language, art, music, culture and the way of life. She is also an activist for the indigenous peoples’ human rights, women’s and children’s rights and land rights.
Miss Niahosa is also passionate about traveling. She has visited and performed in more than 100 countries.