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Government continues to invest in national languages


At the Cabinet's weekly meeting Thursday, Premier Cho Jung-tai received a briefing from the Ministry of Culture (MOC) on the promotion of national languages. In 2022, the Executive Yuan passed a plan for the comprehensive development of national languages, investing NT$32.4 billion (US$995.3 million) over five years to promote the revitalization and growth of at-risk national languages, the premier said. This investment is ensuring the sustainable transmission of each of Taiwan's ethnic languages to future generations and advancing the development of the nation's diverse cultures.

The premier said considerable progress has already been made, as evidenced by the MOC's report regarding the collection of basic language data, establishment of language input methods, compilation of teaching materials, and training of qualified educators, in addition to the promotion of national languages in everyday conversation, theater, songs, videos and other media. He instructed related ministries and agencies to continue promoting these efforts and proactively implement the plan, so that all of Taiwan's national languages can be heard, spoken, read and written, becoming truly embedded in the fabric of people's lives.

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