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161 2018-04-16 Tati(Daixde) Hall Mar. 1st Ritual Prayer Nationwide for Peace and Blessings Administrator 229
162 2018-04-15 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 182
163 2018-04-14 Visit Tsan-yung(贊勇) Practitioner, Senior Huang Chin-tao(黃金島) Administrator 188
164 2018-04-14 Tati 8th Annual Board Meeting Administrator 246
165 2018-04-08 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 150
166 2018-04-08 Taiwan Mother Tongue Teachers Association Visits Holy Mountain Administrator 168
167 2018-04-07 "Referendum on Independence; Taiwan for UN" Formosa Alliance Founding General Assembly Administrator 130
168 2018-04-06 I Decided, I Advocated, and I Acted - The Memorial Ceremony of Cheng Nan-jung in Central Taiwan Administrator 359
169 2018-04-01 Holy Mountain Taiwan Ancestor Temple Ritual Service Administrator 128
170 2018-03-31 Tati(Daixde) Hall Feb. 15th Ritual Prayer Nationwide for Peace and Blessings Administrator 202
171 2018-03-25 Holy Mountain - Prof. Chen, Yueh-miao Married Couple's Visit Administrator 329
172 2018-03-24 Tâi-uân-sîn(台灣神) Memorial Concert Administrator 261
173 2018-03-18 Holy Mountain Taiwan Ancestor Temple Ritual Service Administrator 275
174 2018-03-17 Tati(Daixde) Hall Feb. 1st Ritual Prayer Nationwide for Peace and Blessings Administrator 236
175 2018-03-16 FOB(Friends of Bian) from Taoyuan City Visit Holy Mountain Administrator 201
176 2018-03-12 Happy Island Alliance - Central Taiwan Public Meeting on Independence Referendum Administrator 126
177 2018-03-10 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 249
178 2018-03-10 The 8th First General Assembly of TAIUNA Administrator 341
179 2018-03-04 Tati Journal No. 49 Packaging for Mailing Administrator 299
180 2018-03-03 Holy Mountain Taiwan Ancestor Temple Ritual Service Administrator 353
 
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Newsflash

Ethnic inequality, discrimination and cultural extinction fueled by the Chinese government — more than any other human rights issues — are at the root of Tibetans’ and Uighurs’ resentment toward Chinese rule, speakers said at a forum in Taipei on human rights conditions in Tibet and Xinjiang yesterday.

“People around the world often condemn the Chinese government for human rights abuses in Tibet, but we Tibetans do not care so much whether we live well in Tibet,” envoy of the Tibetan government-in-exile Dawa Tsering told the forum, which was organized by the Taiwan New Century Foundation.