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Home Activity Slideshow 2018-05-19 Martyrs Hsu Chao-rong's(許昭榮) Widow, Japan City Councilmen Shirai(白井) and Kenichiro Tada(田健一郎) Visit Holy Mountain

2018-05-19 Martyrs Hsu Chao-rong's(許昭榮) Widow, Japan City Councilmen Shirai(白井) and Kenichiro Tada(田健一郎) Visit Holy Mountain

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Martyrs Hsu Chao-rong's(許昭榮) Widow, Japan City Councilmen Shirai(白井) and Kenichiro Tada(田健一郎) Visit Holy Mountain
 

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Martyrs Hsu Chao-rong's(許昭榮) Widow, Japan City Councilmen Shirai(白井) and Kenichiro Tada(田健一郎) Visit Holy Mountain


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Last Updated ( Monday, 21 May 2018 20:30 )  

Newsflash

Lawmakers across party lines yesterday lashed out at a retired general for allegedly suggesting that the Republic of China (ROC) Army and the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) be called “China’s army.”

Taiwanese media, citing a Chinese media report quoting PLA Major General Luo Yuan (羅援), said a Taiwanese speaker recently told a gathering of retired generals from both sides of the Strait in China: “From now on, we should no longer separate the ROC Army and the PLA. We are all China’s army.”

The report identified the speaker as former ROC Air Force General Hsia Ying-chou (夏瀛洲).