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121 2017-12-03 Practitioner Tsan-hsing, Dr. Sulien Hsieh(謝奕翎), Public Memorial Administrator 92
122 2017-12-03 Holy Mountain Taiwan Ancestor Temple Ritual Ceremony Administrator 67
123 2017-12-02 Tati(Daixde) Hall October 15th Ritual Prayer Nationwide for Peace and Blessings Administrator 58
124 2017-12-02 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 63
125 2017-12-02 TAUP(Taiwan Association of University Professors) Thanksgiving Fundraising Dinner Administrator 153
126 2017-12-01 Explore the Future of Taiwan from the Cairo Declaration - Taiwan Dream Lecture Hall @ Taichung Administrator 65
127 2017-11-26 908 Taiwan Republic Campaign 11th Anniversary Thanksgiving Administrator 61
128 2017-11-26 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 59
129 2017-11-25 Holy Mountain - Taiwan Ancestor Temple Initiation Ceremony Administrator 108
130 2017-11-23 Holy Mountain - Taiwan Ancestor Temple Stone Lions Placement Administrator 104
131 2017-11-18 Tati(Daixde) Hall October 1st Ritual Prayer Nationwide for Peace and Blessings Administrator 60
132 2017-11-18 Holy Mountain - Taiwan Ancestor Temple Tiger Lord Placement Administrator 320
133 2017-11-19 Taichung Presbyterian Church Thanksgiving Concert Administrator 58
134 2017-11-19 Holy Mountain - Practitioner, Tsan-chu's (Su Beng Senior) Visit Taiwan Ancestor Temple & Napping, Re-energize Administrator 50
135 2017-11-16 2017 World Philosophy Day plus Taiwan Administrator 55
136 2017-11-15 Tati Affinity Group Activity - Visit Min-hao Practitioner at Nursing Home Administrator 73
137 2017-11-10 Holy Mountain - Taiwan Ancestor Temple Plaque Placement Administrator 67
138 2017-10-23 Holy Mountain - Adopt Guardian Dog, Raku Administrator 86
139 2017-11-12 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 73
140 2017-11-11 Holy Mountain - Taiwan Ancestor Temple Enshrinement Administrator 105
 
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Newsflash

After weeks of relatively tame university exchanges, Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairperson and presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) yesterday answered cross-strait challenges posed by Chinese students in a lively debate.

Members of a 300-student audience at Shih Hsin University, about two-fifths of them from China on a study-abroad program, asked her respectful but skeptical questions about her party’s opposition to a broader opening to Chinese students.

“I support letting students learn in different places and having access to different experiences and cultures ... but there are practical considerations,” Tsai said when explaining why she favored limited student exchanges with China.