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Yushan National Park Headquarters’ 36th Anniversary! Revival and Reawakening, Visit of the Yushan Bear

In celebration of the 36th anniversary of the establishment of the Yushan National Park Headquarters, a series of activities were held on April 9, 2021. In addition to thanking our partners, a film entitled “Driving the pulse of life—Journey on the Southern Cross-Island Highway in Yushan” was released. The film documented the revival of the Park’s southern region after Typhoon Morakot, and presented the magnificent landscape of the southern side of the Park and its rich cultural and ecological environment. We hope that through the guidance of the cast, the audience can understand the importance of nature’s vitality and ecological conservation, and in turn, consider the future coexistence between humans and nature.

During the event, the “Yushan Bunun Uncle Choir”, a group voluntarily formed by the Bunun staff of the Yushan National Park Headquarters, sang traditional Bunun songs and allowed the audience to experience the Bunun cultural history in Taiwan.

The exhibition “Returning the Bears to their Homeland, Returning to Yushan” was held to follow the footprints of the Formosan black bears and their return to Yushan National Park, which has the highest bear population density. It looked back at the conservation trajectory of the Formosan black bears by the Yushan National Park Headquarters over the past 25 years, where ecological conservation seeds were planted in the hopes of creating a future where humans and nature prosper together.

“Driving the pulse of life—Journey on the Southern Cross-Island Highway in Yushan”two pictures.
“Driving the pulse of life—Journey on the Southern Cross-Island Highway in Yushan”
 The exhibition“Returning the Bears to their Homeland, Returning to Yushan”,two pictures.
The exhibition“Returning the Bears to their Homeland, Returning to Yushan”
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