Tribal chief overjoyed by village's World Monuments Watch listing
Taipei, Oct. 16 (CNA) A community chief of the Rukai, one of Taiwan's indigenous tribes, shed tears of joy over news that his ancient ancestral village in Pingtung County, southern Taiwan, has been added to the at-risk list of the World Monuments Watch (WMW), a program run by a U.S. private non-profit group dedicated to conserving the world's cultural heritage.
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