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1 2019-03-15 Former VP of Taiwan Benevolent Association of America and Former VP of Union University etc. Visit Holy Mountain Administrator 12
2 2019-03-13 The Army First Commando Commemorate Chai Trong-rong at Holy Mountain, Taiwan Administrator 11
3 2019-03-09 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 12
4 2019-03-08 Keelung 228 Memorial Administrator 13
5 2019-03-07 Tati(Daixde) Hall Feb 1st Ritual Prayer Nationwide for Peace and Blessings Administrator 17
6 2019-03-03 Holy Mountain - Snake Turtle, Yellow-rimmed Turtle Administrator 18
7 2019-03-02 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 16
8 2019-03-01 Holy Mountain - Flowers Dedicated to Tâi-uân-sîn(Taiwan gods) Administrator 12
9 2019-02-28 Friends of A-bian from Shengang visit Holy Mountain Administrator 17
10 2019-02-27 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 16
11 2019-02-25 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 14
12 2019-02-24 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 14
13 2019-02-23 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 16
14 2019-02-22 Holy Mountain - Tree Frog Administrator 17
15 2019-02-20 Holy Mountain - Taiwan Ancestor Temple Ritual Administrator 15
16 2019-02-16 Tâi-uân Sîn-tō Tsan-yung Practitioner(Huang Chin-tao黃金島) Final Blessing Administrator 21
17 2019-02-08 Holy Mountain Spring Festival Day IV Administrator 27
18 2019-02-07 Holy Mountain Spring Festival Day III Administrator 32
19 2019-02-06 Holy Mountain Spring Festival Day II Administrator 34
20 2019-02-05 Holy Mountain Spring Festival Day I Administrator 29
 
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Newsflash

Crowds of angry Han Chinese protesters took to the streets of the city of Urumqi yesterday to demand better security, less than two months after deadly unrest rocked the capital of mainly Muslim Xinjiang Autonomous Region.

Police ordered residents to stay indoors and stationed officers throughout the city, in a forceful response aimed at staving off a second wave of bloodshed following that in July, when nearly 200 people were killed.