For indigenous students, life is full of discrimination and unfairness. To reflect the real situation they have encountered, students of the Bachelor’s Degree Program for Indigenous Peoples in Communication and Design staged a drama at the Pier-2 Art Center as a graduation play, trying to encourage people to face up the issue through their body performance.

The drama focuses on the gender identity of indigenous females, exploring the issue of homosexuality and the discrimination and unfairness against indigenous students.

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