Photo Credit: Internet and Book Publishing Many of our generation have benefited from the Ministry of Education's "World South Island (Outside Taiwan) Academic Research, Exchange and Talent Cultivation Project" subsidy, and were able to go to the Pacific Islands to conduct field research. I believe that funding subsidies for Taiwanese students to conduct research and exchanges in the Pacific Islands region, especially those with aboriginal status, are definitely the biggest key to developing Taiwan's Pacific education in the future.
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