An Analysis on Promoting Hakka Culture Regions through Representative Bureaucracy Point of View: Case Study of Pin Jen City of Taoyuan
In recent years, representative bureaucracy has gradually become an important subject in the society. Both passive representative bureaucracy, emphasizing formal equality, and active representative bureaucracy, focusing on actual profits, are central topics for minor ethnic groups. The use of the passive representation bureaucracy “representatives coefficient” analysis to explore the ratio of the Pin Jen City Hall, one of the key development areas of Taoyuan County Hakka culture representative of the unit, as well as to promote a positive strategy. The study found: Firstly, by the lively activities, led to rediscover the traditional Hakka culture and timely injection innovative elements, is to preserve and promote Hakka specialty. And then driving Hakka industry make it forward towards the goal of sustainable development. Secondly, breaking down ethnic boundaries, multicultural perspective planning many Hakka activities and supervision of civil servants contractors and participate in the Hakka’s activities. Thirdly, by the Hakka-related activities will be held to unite the Hakka people centripetal force. Finally, seamlessly down the traditional Hakka culture to take root, and expect to wake up eager and creative young roots.