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1 2020-02-29 Left Wing Taiwan Independence Godfather Su Beng's Mounument Opening Administrator 13
2 2020-02-28 Visit Holy Mountain on 228 Memorial Day & Preparation for 229 Activity Administrator 9
3 2020-02-16 Holy Mountain Event Records(Dr. Rocket & Principle Du) Administrator 10
4 2020-02-09 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 14
5 2020-02-02 Holy Mountain Event Records(Bamboo Blossoms) Administrator 13
6 2020-01-29 Holy Mountain Spring Festival Day V Administrator 11
7 2020-01-28 Holy Mountain Spring Festival Day IV Administrator 13
8 2020-01-27 Holy Mountain Spring Festival Day III Administrator 15
9 2020-01-26 Holy Mountain Spring Festival Day II (Ancestor Temple Ritual) Administrator 12
10 2020-01-25 Holy Mountain Spring Festival Day I (Blessings Ritual) Administrator 11
11 2020-01-18 Holy Mountain - Su Beng's Monument & Bronze Statue Initiation Administrator 11
12 2020-01-17 Choir Rehearsal Part 4 Administrator 12
13 2020-01-13 Guardian Dog Vaccination & Holy Mountain Tour of Inspection by Volunteer Groups Leader Administrator 9
14 2020-01-12 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 10
15 2020-01-11 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 8
16 2020-01-10 98 Years Old Prof. Yang Yicheng(楊馥成) & 83 Years Old Vietnam Taiwan Chamber of Commerce President Tsai Visit Holy Mountain Administrator 9
17 2020-01-09 Tati(Daixde) Hall Dec. 15th Ritual Prayer Nationwide for Peace and Blessings Administrator 7
18 2020-01-04 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 8
19 2020-01-03 Choir Rehearsal Part 3 Administrator 9
20 2020-01-02 Researchers Visit Holy Mountain Administrator 8
 
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Newsflash

A memorandum of understanding (MOU) on financial supervisory cooperation between Taiwan and China could be signed next week at the earliest, Premier Wu Den-yih (吳敦義) said in an interview with the Central News Agency (CNA) yesterday.

Signing the MOU is a “necessity” for Taiwan and China because it would be beneficial to cross-strait cooperation in the financial sector, Wu said, adding that there was “no doubt about that.”