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2018-03-24 Tâi-uân-sîn(台灣神) Memorial Concert

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 25 March 2018 18:20 )  

Newsflash


National Tsing Hua University student Chen Wei-ting holds a placard calling for freedom of speech in front of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: Chen Ping-hung, Taipei Times

Despite repeated threats that he would file a lawsuit against National Tsing Hua University student Chen Wei-ting (陳為廷) over an image posted on Facebook, China Times Weekly deputy editor-in-chief Lin Chao-hsin (林朝鑫) had yet to act on his threat yesterday, while Chen said he was ready to defend freedom of speech on the Internet.

“Instead of finding out the truth about the ‘walking fee incident,’ Want Want China Times Media Group chose to [threaten to] file a lawsuit against a college student for posting an image on Facebook,” Chen told a news conference in Taipei yesterday morning. “The lawsuit is not only against me, it’s against all netizens, and Taiwanese civil society.”