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101 2016-09-25 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 65
102 2016-09-24 Holy Mountain - Practitioner, Tsan-chu's (Su Beng Senior) Lecture Administrator 61
103 2016-09-24 Hsieh Hsueh-hung(謝雪紅), Revolutionary Hero in Defending Taiwan, Monument Opening and Memorial Assembly Administrator 70
104 2016-09-18 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 68
105 2016-09-17 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 84
106 2016-09-16 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 68
107 2016-09-15 Tati(Daixde) Hall North Taichung - Ritual Prayer for Safty and Happiness Administrator 51
108 2016-09-11 Tati Affinity Group Activity - Visit Zan-shao Practitioner Administrator 70
109 2016-09-11 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 69
110 2016-09-10 Holy Mountain - Freshman Guard Dog Training Administrator 72
111 2016-09-04 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 89
112 2016-09-03 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 86
113 2016-09-01 Tati(Daixde) Hall Taichung Headquarters - Ritual Prayer for Safty and Happiness Administrator 59
114 2016-08-28 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 93
115 2016-08-27 Holy Mountain - Regeneration Tree Initiation & First Education Exhibition Boards Painting Administrator 80
116 2016-08-21 Taiwan Righteous Action Church Praying for President A-bian Administrator 75
117 2016-08-21 Holy Mountain PaPaGo CLXXXV Administrator 82
118 2016-08-20 Holy Mountain - Gate Painting - Part III Administrator 77
119 2016-08-17 North Taichung Tati(Daixde) - Ritual Prayer for Safty and Happiness Administrator 80
120 2016-08-14 Commemorate the End of WWII 71 Anniversary at the War and Peace Memorial Park Administrator 62
 
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Newsflash

Questions as to whether President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) was misquoted during an interview with foreign media are once again the subject of discussion, adding to a long string of back-and-forth mix-ups.

The Government Information Office (GIO) on Saturday asked a Japanese daily to run a correction on comments about cross-strait relations that were attributed to the president during an interview published last week.

A report by the Yomiuri Shimbun which said that Ma had accepted the “one China” principle was “inconsistent with the facts,” the GIO said, referring to the interview transcript that has since been posted on the Presidential Office Web site.