School of Culture, history and Language, College of Asia & the Pacific
Suliljaw Lusausatj is of Indigenous from Paiwan in Taimali, eastern Taiwan. He has travelled to Samoa, Aotearoa and French Polynesia while remaining his interest in Taiwanese Indigenous culture for the doctoral fieldwork.
Suli is currently on the Sponsorship for Studying Abroad by the Ministry of Education, focusing on the cultural heritage of tattooing to examine the influence of Taiwanese society in Indigenous communities. Suli utilises the Indigenous methodology to collaborate with the Peoples for understanding how this practice can be spatially, acoustically and politically understood in the global context.
To know more about Suli's research, please visit his researcher profile here.