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    • INTRODUCTION TO THE MONGOLIAN AND TIBETAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION (MTAC) 02-2706-9763
    • INTRODUCTION TO THE MONGOLIAN AND TIBETAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION (MTAC)
    • TABLE OF I. CONTENTS Foreword ......................................................................................... 5 ................................................................... 4 ............................................................ 6 II. Organizational structure.................................................................. 7 III. Policies and goals of Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs ...................... 9 .................................................. 8 IV. Strengthening the relationship with Mongolia and ethnic ........................... 10 Mongolians ................................................................................... 11 ........................... 12 V. Strengthening the relationship with ethnic Tibetans ..................... 13 ...................................... 14 VI. Protecting the rights and interests of Mongolians and Tibetans .................................................... 16 resident in Taiwan ......................................................................... 15 VII. Promoting Mongolian and Tibetan cultures .................................. 17 ...................................... 18 VIII.Enhancing professional study on Mongolian and Tibetan ................................................... 20 issues............................................................................................ 19 IX. Future development ...................................................................... 21 2 .................................. 22 X. Appendices .................................. 30 1. Chronology of major events of the Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission over the past two years ............................. 23 ...................................... 31 2. Official website of the Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs ...................................31 Commission .............................................................................. 30 3. Location map of the Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission .............................................................................. 31 4. Location map of the Mongolian and Tibetan Cultural Center ....................................................................................... 31
    • I FOREWORD FOREWORD ocated in the hear t of Asia and covering a vast area L abounding with natural resources, both Mongolia and Tibet have played key roles in the peace and prosperity of the surrounding areas. The Mongolian and Tibetan peoples have their own languages, histories, cultures, customs, traditions, as well as unique political systems. In the occasional events of history, some of the Mongolian and Tibetan moved to Taiwan. They not only became a part of Taiwanese, but also offered its brilliant cultural ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?e?@@? ?e?@@? resources to Taiwan s society. ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? he Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission is a ministry of T Taiwan dealing with Mongolian and Tibetan affairs. In recent years, the Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission has established new Mongolian and Tibetan policy firmly based on Taiwan identity. The Commission evolves new Mongolian and Tibetan policy in the spirit of universal human rights, humanitarian concerns, equality of peoples, and respect of multi-culture. The Commission also strives to further Taiwan-Mongolia and Taiwan- Tibet exchanges, strengthening the communication with Mongolian and Tibetan communities and provide them with various necessary assistance, as well as expanding participation in the international arena. In addition to this, the Commission endeavors to promote the Mongolian and Tibetan cultures and enhance the function of the Mongolian and Tibetan Culture Center, enrich the multi-ethnic culture of Taiwan. 2005 4 13 3 2005 10 13 26 17 4 5 INTRODUCTION TO MONGOLIAN & TIBETAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION
    • II ORGANIZATIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE 3 STRUCTURE 4 3 6 he Commission was established according to article 3 of the T Executive Yuan Organization Law, which administers the policies and affairs relating to Mongolia and Tibet, as well as its 59 4 reforms. The incumbent Minister is one of the Cabinet Members. 12 1 6 The Commission is composed of 4 commissioners, with three departments and six offices, of which the Department of Mongolian 1 Affairs, Depar tment of Tibetan Affairs, and Compilation and 28.5% 38 Translation Office are the major operational departments. The 64.4% current organizational diagram is laid out below. The Commission has 59 employees and 4 contracted staff, among them 12 are Mongolians (including 1 contracted research fellow and 1 contracted staff) and 6 are Tibetans (including 1 specialist), accounting for 28.5% of all staff. 38 employees have passed the civil examination, accounting for 64.4% of all staff. ORGANIZATIONAL DIAGRAM OF MONGOLIAN AND TIBETAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION Secretary's Office Section 1 Counselor's Office Section 1 Department of Mongolian Affairs Section 2 Section 1 Department of Tibetan Affairs Section 2 Minister Department of General Affairs Section 1 Compilation and Translation Office Section 2 Commissioners Accounting Office Mongolian & Tibetan Culture Center Personnel Office Civil Service Ethics Office Legal Affairs Committee Information Management Unit 6 7 INTRODUCTION TO MONGOLIAN & TIBETAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION
    • III POLICIES AND GOALS OF TIBETAN AFFAIRS POLICIES AND GOALS OF MONGOLIAN AND MONGOLIAN AND TIBETAN AFFAIRS he policies and goals of the Commission include: (1) T strengthening the relationship and interchange with Mongolia and ethnic Mongolians; (2) strengthening the relationship and communication with ethnic Tibetans; (3) protecting the rights and interests of Mongolians and Tibetans resident in Taiwan; (4) promoting 1 the Mongolian and 2 Tibetan cultures; and (5) enhancing professional 3 4 study and research on 5 Mongolian and Tibetan issues. 2005 12 23 Ts. Gantsog 2005 4 28 5 8 2005 9 25 2005 8 9 INTRODUCTION TO MONGOLIAN & TIBETAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION
    • IV STRENGTHENING THE RELATIONSHIP WITH IV MONGOLIA AND ETHNIC MONGOLIA AND ETHNIC MONGOLIANS STRENGTHENING THE RELATIONSHIP WITH MONGOLIANS ongolia, originally the name of one of Mongol tribes in the M area, has become the common name of all these tribes. The Mongol people are scattered throughout Mongolia, Inner Mongolia of China, Russian Federation, and other countries all over the world. The state of Mongolia is located in the heart of Northeast Asia, 6 18 adjacent to the Russian Federation in the north, and neighbored by China in the south. It is the sixth largest state in Asia and eighteenth in the world, and constituted of various Mongol tribes. The Mongolian languages, originally of the Ataylor-Mongol languages.Animal husbandry is the major economic resource of Mongolia, Mongolian are called f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? people on horseback or f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? people of poetries due to the f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? richness in dance, music, and exquisite artifacts of their culture. he Commission has created T regular communication and interchange with Mongolia at all levels by inviting key persons in both public and private sectors to Taiwan for interchange; arranging for Mongolian government senior officials to participate in seminars f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? and workshops or conduct research in Taiwan; providing the Taiwan f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? Scholarship for Mongolian youth; and coordinating the donations f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? from organizations, agencies, and schools in Taiwan of necessary ar ticles for the Mongolian people. Moreover, this bilateral interchange is enhanced through the cultural and academic interchange of performing groups and individual scholars and experts between Inner Mongolia of China and Taiwan. In recent years, the Commission has further strengthened the promotion of exchanges with Mongolian Republics in the Russian Federation and actively established various communication channels to extend cordial relations with Mongolians all over the world. 10 11 INTRODUCTION TO MONGOLIAN & TIBETAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION
    • V STRENGTHENING THE WITH ETHNIC TIBETANS STRENGTHENING THE RELATIONSHIP RELATIONSHIP WITH ETHNIC TIBETANS f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? ibet, located on the Qing-Zang Plateau, the Roof of the World , f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? T f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? is neighbored by Szechuan and Gansu of China to the east, Yunnan to the southeast; Myanmar, India, Bhutan, and Nepal to the south and west; and Xinjiang to the north. Tibetans call themselves f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? Bod pa , and have a long history and unique culture. Living on this f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? vast land, Tibetans use the Tibetan-Burmese language, a branch of 1950 1959 14 f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? Sino-Tibetan languages. The Tibetan people, called people in the f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? ocean of songs and dances, are renowned for their optimism, f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? aptness at singing and dancing, and ardent faith in Buddhism. During the 1950s, China invaded Tibet. In 1959, a large number of Tibetans followed the 14th Dalai Lama as he fled to India and set up a government-in-exile in Dharamsala. According to the international human rights norms, the Commission affirms the Tibetan people shall have the right of self-determination and respects fully the ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?e?@@? ?e?@@? Tibetan people s choice for their future. ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? n order to get in touch with ethnic Tibetans, the Commission I actively contacts non-governmental organizations abroad and in Taiwan to establish a forum for the exchanges on humanitarian assistance for Tibetans; consults and assists Tibetan communities, groups, and schools to develop and promote cultural and economic activities through the provision of humanitarian aids in livelihood, education, and medical care for Tibetans based in India and Nepal; as well as issues the grant of scholarships for outstanding Tibetan students and promotes two-way exchanges between excellent Tibetan students of universities/colleges with Taiwan students. In addition to maintaining contact with the Tibetan monks in Taiwan and 200 providing them necessary assistance, the Commission also coordinates with more than 200 known Tibetan Buddhist groups to jointly organize social welfare and Tibetan Buddhist cultural 2005 8 activities. 12 13 INTRODUCTION TO MONGOLIAN & TIBETAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION
    • VI PROTECTING THE RIGHTS MONGOLIANS AND TIBETANS RESIDENT IN TAIWAN PROTECTING THE RIGHTS AND INTERESTS OF 1000 AND INTERESTS OF MONGOLIANS AND TIBETANS RESIDENT IN TAIWAN here are about 1,000 Mongolians and Tibetans resident in T Taiwan and are one of the minority groups of our country. Some of them suffer from sickness and hard times, while others find it very difficult to acclimate to life in Taiwan. In order to provide relief effort, the Commission actively takes care of them and coordinates with other gover nment agencies and private organizations to provide assistance with language courses, vocational trainings, recommendations of job agencies, and emergency aid. Moreover, the Commission also has implemented f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? the household development plan , along with social resource f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? networks to provide community support system to improve their standard of living. ased on the equality and respect between peoples, the B Commission also stages festive events of major Mongolian and Tibetan feasts and cultural and social activities as a way to promote the legacies and traditions of the Mongolian and Tibetan 2005 4 29 groups among the community in Taiwan. The Mongolian and Tibetan youths in Taiwan are strongly encouraged to learn their mother tongues for which the Commission offers scholarships or grants to students with the best academic achievements. From time to time, the Commission convenes seminars or forums by inviting the Mongolians and Tibetans resident in Taiwan to exchange views, so as to improve our service quality. 2005 94 14 15 INTRODUCTION TO MONGOLIAN & TIBETAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION
    • VII PROMOTING TIBETAN CULTURES PROMOTING MONGOLIAN AND MONGOLIAN AND TIBETAN CULTURES oth Mongolian and Tibetan peoples have their own unique B cultures and are gifted at singing and dancing. The Commission promotes many Mongolian and Tibetan cultural events based on its desire to see a multi-cultural spirit flourish in Taiwan. Based on the Mongolian and Tibetan Cultural Center, the Commission promotes a wide range of Mongolian and Tibetan cultural events, through exhibitions or live events, including a series of lectures on Mongolian and Tibetan studies, films, legacy exhibitions, cultural promotion in campuses, seminars, and interchange events for teachers, and Mongolian and Tibetan language classes for adults, fully optimizing the social educational function of the Center. ntegrating the I government's resources with that of private sectors, the Commission organizes and stages a wide 20059 25 range of Mongolian and Tibetan cultural activities in various 2005 12 13 places in Taiwan, for instance, the National Mongolian and Tibetan Legacy Exhibition, Traditional Celebration for the Tibetan New Year, Summer Camp to Experience the Tibetan Culture for the E-generation, Genghis Khan Grand Memorial Ceremony, and Festival on the Prairie. Through private sectors, the Commission extends invitations to Mongolian and Tibetan artistic, cultural or folklore performance groups for performances and cultural interchanges, which are extensively 2005 echoed beyond the general public. 16 17 INTRODUCTION TO MONGOLIAN & TIBETAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION
    • VIII ENCHANCING ON MONGOLIAN AND TIBETAN ISSUES ENCHANCING FOR PROFESSIONAL STUDY PROFESSIONAL STUDY ON MONGOLIAN AND TIBETAN ISSUES o consolidate the integration of academic study with practice is T one of the aims the Commission is working hard for. The Commission collects and compiles the current situation of Mongolia and Tibet in China and other countries, strengthens the research f?@@??@@? and analysis of the information, as well as publishes Bi-monthly f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? Jour nal on Mongolian and Tibetan Current Situation . The f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? Commission has also established a search system of Mongolian and Tibetan current situation data for general circulation, helping universities and academic institutions for academic exchanges with Mongolia and Tibet; sponsored scholars and experts to conduct field surveys in Mongolia and Tibet; collaborated with the National f?@@??@@? Archives of Mongolia on Records in f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? Chinese language during the end of the ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?e?@@? Ch ing Dynasty and the beginning of ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? f?@@??@@? the Republic of China in its collection; f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?e?@@? and published the gover nment s ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? Records of Chinese Office in Tibet of f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? f?@@??@@? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?e?@@? the Commission s collection to expand ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? the basis of research data. he Commission also provides 2004 T funding to universities to establish Mongolian and Tibetan curriculums and 2004 10 graduate students to write dissertations or theses relating to Mongolian and Tibetan studies. Other tasks and works of the Commission include organizing cross-strait academic seminars on Mongolia and Tibet by inviting scholars from Inner Mongolia and Tibet to give lectures; regularly organizing international academic or operational conferences and Mongolian and Tibetan Youth Forums, establishing an international academic communication forum to try to connect inter national Mongolian and Tibetan studies, and consolidating the research achievements in an attempt to elevate ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?e?@@? ?e?@@? Taiwan s Mongolian and Tibetan professional research standard. ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ?e?@@? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 18 19 INTRODUCTION TO MONGOLIAN & TIBETAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION
    • IX FUTURE DEVELOPMENT FUTURE DEVELOPMENT nder the general direction of and in suppor t of the U government restructure plan, standing firmly on the position of Taiwan identity, the Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission will carry on coordinating the state policy based on the value of human rights, democracy, humanitarian concerns and mutual respect, and through its professionalism and experiences to widen the academic, trade, economic, and cultural interchanges with Mongolia and Tibet. It will also facilitate communication and visits with each other on a reciprocal basis; and provide training for professional competence, thereby further strengthening the relationship with Mongolians and Tibetans thereby becoming a supporting strength for Taiwan to participate in international affairs. 2005 3 17 Alex Brokert 20 21 INTRODUCTION TO MONGOLIAN & TIBETAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION
    • X APPENDICES 1. Chronology of the major events of the Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission over the past X APPENDICES 2 two years 2004 1 2004 January: • 3 • Organized the first ever Mongolian Film Exhibition in Taipei, Taichung and Kaohsiung for 3 months. • 1 • Supported the Police Radio Station of the National Police Administration, Ministry of Interior, to produce and broadcast the 'Mongolian and Tibetan 2004 2 Fresco' program for one year. • 2004 February: • D. SOLONGO • Organized a horse riding training camp for Mongolian youths in Taiwan. 4 • Subsidized the College of Law, National Taiwan University, to invite Mongolian National University, College of Law Professor, D. Solongo to 2004 3 Taiwan for 4 months of research. • 5 2004 March: • • Organized a 5 days Mongolian film exhibition at the Kaohsiung Film Library. 4 • Subsidized the Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica, to invite • 1 Chowsnastu, Research Scholar of the Nationality Study and Anthropology Research Institute, China Academy of Social Science, to visit Taiwan for a 2004 4 4 months lecture tour. • Invited Director Ojir of the National Museum of Mongolian History to visit • Taiwan for a week of cultural exchanges. • 2004 1 2004 April: • • Organized the Mongolian and Tibetan Campus Activities at Jienkuo High • School, Taipei. • Awarded the "Taiwan Scholarship" by Minister Hsu, Chih-hsiung to the first 2004 5 batch of needy Mongolian students in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. • Conducted a Taiwanese volunteer medical service group and visited • Selenge Province of Mongolia to provide medical aids. • • Organized the Conference on Special Topic of International Development Assistance to Ethnic Tibetan Communities. • 15 2 2004 May: 2004 6 • Organized the Mongolian and Tibetan Cultural Campus Activities at Taipei • Municipal University of Education. • Organized Genghis Khan Grand Memorial Ceremony activities. • Invited 15 Mongolian Provincial Chief Prosecutors for the 2nd batch of • Mongolian Prosecutors development program. • 2004 June: 2004 7 • Subsidized the Research Center for Environmental Changes, Academia • Sinica, to visit Inner Mongolia, China, to attend the Academic Conference on Management of Sandstorm Environment. • 12 • Organized the Mongolian Cultural Artifacts Exhibition at the Cultural • Bureau of Yilan County Government. • • Organized Mongolian and Tibetan cultural campus activities at National 22 23 INTRODUCTION TO MONGOLIAN & TIBETAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION
    • Pingtung University of Science and Technology. APPENDICES 2004 8 • 2004 July: • • Organized a series of activities on Mongolian and Tibetan natural • 2004 ecological photography. • Invited the Inner Mongolian Folk Art Group of China to perform a total of 12 • shows in Taiwan. 2004 9 • Organized the Freedom, Democracy and Humanitarian Journey for Overseas Outstanding Tibetan Youths. • 2004 • Provided guidance and assistance to the Mongolian and Tibetan • Foundation to establish the Education and Emergency Aid Fund Account for Taiwan Resident Tibetan Children. • 20 2004 August: • • Organized the Tibetan Yogurt Festival activities. • 138 • Invited Dr. Jamsrangiin Byambadorj, Chief Justice of the Constitutional Court of Mongolia, to visit Taiwan. • 2004 • Organized the 2004 Tibetan Dance Study Camp. • 4 • Organized the Exhibition of Oil Paintings by Inner Mongolian Artist • Wurichin. 2004 10 2004 September: • Organized the 2004 Geopolitical Relations between Contemporary Mongolia • and Neighboring Asian Countries: Democracy, Economy and Security. • • Organized a Mongolian cultural exhibition at the Pingtung County Cultural Bureau. 2004 11 • Arranged for 20 Mongolian student recipients of the "Taiwan Scholarship" • 2004 2 to study at National Taiwan University, Pingtung Normal University, and Yangming University. • Started Han-Tibetan Buddhist cultural exchange research classes. • • Assisted 138 Tibetans with their Taiwanese resident application procedure. • • Organized the 2004 Tibetan Cultural Research and Study Camp. • Conducted a 4th Mongolian administrative talent class to visit Buryatia. • • Chairman Hsu visited the Republic of Buryatia. 2004 12 2004 October: • • Published "Symposium on Contemporary Tibetan Issues Collected Papers". • Convened the International Conference on Tibetan Medicine. 2005 1 2004 November: • 100 • Issued the "Taiwan Scholarship" to the 2nd batch of needy Mongolian • students in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. • Organized the International Symposium on Exile Tibetan Issues on the 2005 2 topic of Freedom, Human Rights and Democracy. • • Invited the Qinghai Yushu Song and Dance Group of China for a traveling perform in Taiwan. • 1 2 • Organized Mongolian and Tibetan cultural campus activities at Wufeng Institute of Technology, Chiayi. 2005 3 2004 December: • 94 24 25 INTRODUCTION TO MONGOLIAN & TIBETAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION
    • • Invited Principal Lagvasulun of National Medical University of Mongolia to APPENDICES • visit Taiwan. 2005 4 2005 January: • 2005 1 • Donated 100 computers to the Republic of Buryatia of the Russian Federation. • • Issued the second grade of the Mongolian and Tibetan Specialty Medal to • 3 Mr. Gotov, Mongolian Association for Cooperation with Pacific Countries • 94 2005 February: • • Published "Special Collection of Mongolian and Tibetan Natural Ecological • Photographs". • Published "Records of Chinese Office in Tibet, Volume 1 and 2". 2005 5 2005 March: • • Jointly organized a series activities of CCIT Cultural and Arts Season 2005 • Mongolian Customs and Folks & Tibetan World with Chung-cheng Institute • of Technology at its campus. • Assisted and promoted the signing of Health Cooperation Memorandum of 2005 6 Understanding between Ministry of Health, Mongolia and Department of Health, Executive Yuan, Taiwan. • 2005 April: • Issued the 2005 first semester "Taiwan Scholarship" to needy Mongolian 2005 7 students in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. • • Invited Mongolian Prosecutor General to visit Taiwan. • Organized a 3rd batch of Mongolian public prosecutors judiciary research • 2005 and study program. • Organized the 2005 Genghis Khan Grand Memorial Ceremony activities. • 2005 • Organized medical aid for the Tibetan settlement in South India. • • Jointly organized with Kuangjen Senior High the Mongolian Pastureland Folk and Custom Cultural Exhibition. • 2005 May: 2005 8 • Organized the Talent Training Research and Study Camp of Development • Assistance to Tibetan Communities. • Jointly organized the Exhibition of Bronze Sculptures of Buryatia with the 2005 9 National Museum of History, Taiwan. • Organized Mongolian and Tibetan cultural activities in the campuses of • National Taiwan University and Tainan University. • 2005 June: • Organized the National Tibetan Buddhist Associations Interchange • Research and Study Meeting. • 8 • Jointly organized a Mongolian and Tibetan cultural exhibition at the Penghu • 2005 County Bureau of Culture. 2005 July: • • Organized the Mongolian and Tibetan Interchange Activities for the staff • 26 27 INTRODUCTION TO MONGOLIAN & TIBETAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION
    • members of cultural bureaus of all the counties and cities in Taiwan. APPENDICES 2005 10 • Invited the Republic of Buryatia's Sun Youth's Song and Dance Group to • 18 participate and perform at Yilan International Children Festival, and to • perform around northern, central, and southern Taiwan. • 2005 • Organized the 2005 Mongolian and Tibetan Dance Contest. • Jointly organized a Mongolian and Tibetan cultural exhibition with the 2005 11 Bureau of Culture, Changhua County. • Organized visit to Mongolian and Tibetan areas for the staff members of all • the counties and cities. • 2005 August: 2005 12 • Organized the International Youth Care for Tibet - Taiwan Forum. • 2005 September: • • Arranged volunteer medical aid activities Mongolia. • • Invited Mongolian economic and trade officials to visit Taiwan to participate in the Trade Promotion Research and Study and Textile Industr y Management Research and Study. • Organized the Economic and Trade Training Program for the Mongolian Republics of the Russian Federation. • Invited the Buryat Republic National Dance Group of the Russian Federation to perform 8 shows in Taiwan. • Organized the 2005 international academic conference - The Geopolitical Relations between Mongolia and its Neighboring Asian Countries: Mongolia and Russia. • Conducted the Buryat, Tuva and Kalmyk Republics' Economic, Trade and Tourism Promotion Conference. • Organized development assistance to the ethnic Tibetan communities personnel trainees field trip and aid work. 2005 October: • Organized the High-ranking Mongolian Elite Research Program for 18 trainees, which included provincial heads and assembly chairpersons. • Organized the Beautiful Land of Snow - Elegant Tibetan Art Exhibition. • Organized the 2005 Mongolian and Tibetan Cultural Research and Study Camp. 2005 November: • Visited Fengja University to organize Mongolian and Tibetan in-depth cultural campus activities. • Jointly organized Buryat Bronze Sculpture Exhibition with the Kaohsiung Museum of History. 2005 December: • Organized "Encountering Shangrila", a Tibetan Documentary Film Exhibition. • Organized the Tibetan Costume Design Show and Contest. • Chairman Hsu visited Mongolia at third time and received Honorary Doctor of the National University of Mongolia. 28 29 INTRODUCTION TO MONGOLIAN & TIBETAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION
    • 3. Location Map of the Commission. http://www.mtac.gov.tw APPENDICES 2. Official Website of the Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission. 4. Location Map of the Mongolian and Tibetan http://www.mtac.gov.tw Culture Center 30 31 INTRODUCTION TO MONGOLIAN & TIBETAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION
    • 5 4 94 12 I S B N 975-01-5030-0 1009201968 Introduction to the Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission Edited by: Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission Publisher: Hsu Chih-Hsiung Published by: Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission 4th Fl., No. 5, Hsu-chow Road, Taipei Date of Publication: December 2005 ISBN: 975-01-5030-0 Uniform Code: 1009201968 32