Article 10, Paragraphs 11 and 12 of the Additional Articles of the Constitution of the Republic of China provides the constitutional basis for the protection of cultural diversification and of indigenous people. In recent years, the government actively adopts affirmative actions for indigenous students in high school and college entrance examination to alleviate the past unequal treatments suffered by the indigenous people. However, in existing system, the indigenous students who fail the certifications of their knowledge of indigenous cultures and languages, can still receive ten percent bonus points for their enrollments of high schools and colleges. Accordingly, for those who, the Regulation grants preferential treatment to indigenous students who fail the certifications of knowledge of indigenous culture and language simply because of their places of birth, bloods and races. This kind of affirmative actions may infringe the right of equal protection of nonindigenous students and may call into doubt of its constitutionality and warrants further discussions.