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Uong'e Yatauyungana (July 5, 1908 – April 17, 1954), also known as Uyonge Yatauyungana, Yata Issei (矢多一生), Kao Yi-sheng (高一生), was a Taiwanese Tsou musician and educator of the tribe . He served as a local officer and a leader of indigenous autonomous movement in the early post-war Taiwan. Yatauyungana was educated at Tainan Normal School and became a teacher. In 1945, he served as mayor of Wufeng Township in Chiayi, which was later named Alishan.

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  • Uong'e Yatauyungana (July 5, 1908 – April 17, 1954), also known as Uyonge Yatauyungana, Yata Issei (矢多一生), Kao Yi-sheng (高一生), was a Taiwanese Tsou musician and educator of the tribe . He served as a local officer and a leader of indigenous autonomous movement in the early post-war Taiwan. Yatauyungana was educated at Tainan Normal School and became a teacher. In 1945, he served as mayor of Wufeng Township in Chiayi, which was later named Alishan.
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  • Uong'e Yatauyungana (July 5, 1908 – April 17, 1954), also known as Uyonge Yatauyungana, Yata Issei (矢多一生), Kao Yi-sheng (高一生), was a Taiwanese Tsou musician and educator of the tribe . He served as a local officer and a leader of indigenous autonomous movement in the early post-war Taiwan. Yatauyungana was educated at Tainan Normal School and became a teacher. In 1945, he served as mayor of Wufeng Township in Chiayi, which was later named Alishan. During the 228 Incident in 1947, Yatauyungana led a group of Tsou to fight the Kuomintang in Chiayi; when their attempts to take Chiayi Airport were unsuccessful, they returned to Alishan. He was later arrested but was released thanks lobbying on the part of Losing Watan, an Atayal leader. In 1952, during the White Terror period of martial law, he was accused of treason by the government of the Republic of China for his advocacy for indigenous autonomy, and was executed along with five other indigenous leaders, including Watan. He was posthumously exonerated by the Transitional Justice Commission on July 29, 2020.
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