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141 2016-09-18 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 78
142 2016-09-17 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 97
143 2016-09-16 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 78
144 2016-09-15 Tati(Daixde) Hall North Taichung - Ritual Prayer for Safty and Happiness Administrator 61
145 2016-09-11 Tati Affinity Group Activity - Visit Zan-shao Practitioner Administrator 81
146 2016-09-11 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 82
147 2016-09-10 Holy Mountain - Freshman Guard Dog Training Administrator 91
148 2016-09-04 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 102
149 2016-09-03 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 98
150 2016-09-01 Tati(Daixde) Hall Taichung Headquarters - Ritual Prayer for Safty and Happiness Administrator 72
151 2016-08-28 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 112
152 2016-08-27 Holy Mountain - Regeneration Tree Initiation & First Education Exhibition Boards Painting Administrator 97
153 2016-08-21 Taiwan Righteous Action Church Praying for President A-bian Administrator 88
154 2016-08-21 Holy Mountain PaPaGo CLXXXV Administrator 95
155 2016-08-20 Holy Mountain - Gate Painting - Part III Administrator 89
156 2016-08-17 North Taichung Tati(Daixde) - Ritual Prayer for Safty and Happiness Administrator 93
157 2016-08-14 Commemorate the End of WWII 71 Anniversary at the War and Peace Memorial Park Administrator 76
158 2016-08-14 Holy Mountain - Gate Painting - Part II Administrator 110
159 2016-08-13 Holy Mountain - Gate Painting - Part I Administrator 97
160 2016-08-13 People Decide(人民作主) Education Foundation Visits Holy Mountain Administrator 89
 
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Newsflash

Taiwanese and Tibetan activists are urging Taiwan’s government to show greater concern over poor human rights conditions in China, and especially Tibet, that have led Tibetans to set themselves on fire in protest.

Chow Mei-li (周美里), chairwoman of the Taiwan Friends of Tibet, said she believes Taiwan’s government has the ability and is obliged to influence China on the issue as the two sides “have many channels of communication open.” With leaders in Taiwan and China able to communicate frequently, it is Taiwan’s responsibility to urge Beijing to respect the human rights and religious freedoms of Tibetans, she said.