On account of its unique historical background, Taiwan find’s itself host to many ethnic groups. Each group possesses its own characteristics and culture. At a time when we find ourselves loudly advocating for inclusion and harmony, perhaps we should listen attentively to the voices of each ethnic group. For this lecture we have invited three notable young activists for their cultures, to explore the challenges faced by Taiwanese aborigines, Taiwanese Hakka, and new immigrants, and to discuss what how they strive to promote their own cultural backgrounds.