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1841 2009-07-15 Visit Chen Cheng-po Cultural Museum at Chiayi City Administrator 438
1842 2009-07-12 Fertilizing, Watering and Weeding - Holy Mountain Activity Administrator 525
1843 2009-07-12 Yellow Ribbon for A-Bian @ Changhua City Administrator 356
1844 2009-07-11 Free Tiber Concert Administrator 336
1845 2009-07-11 Tree Planting and Fertilization at Holy Mountain Administrator 480
1846 2009-07-05 The Greening of Holy Mountain (Part IV) Administrator 577
1847 2009-07-05 2009 Taiwan UN Youth Camp (Part II) Administrator 344
1848 2009-07-04 2009 Taiwan UN Youth Camp (Part I) Administrator 308
1849 2009-07-04 The Greening of Holy Mountain (Part III) Administrator 521
1850 2009-07-03 The Greening of Holy Mountain (Part II) Administrator 560
1851 2009-07-02 The Greening of Holy Mountain (Part I) Administrator 565
1852 2009-07-01 Pre-operation for the Reforestation of the Holy Maintain Administrator 460
1853 2009-06-29 Completed the First Phase of the Holy Mountain Engineering Work Administrator 455
1854 2009-06-27 Lession Two: Weeding Again Administrator 331
1855 2009-06-27 My Taiwan Children's Literature, Lecture given by Lu Chien-Hui Administrator 309
1856 2009-06-26 Mountain of Immortals Administrator 540
1857 2009-06-25 Mailing Preparation for Tati Journal No. 32 (Part II) Administrator 314
1858 2009-06-24 Mailing Preparation for Tati Journal No. 32 (Part I) Administrator 321
1859 2009-06-21 Tati Board of Directors Meeting Administrator 351
1860 2009-06-20 Enchanced Drainage System and Prepared For Lotus Typhoon Administrator 532
 
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Newsflash


Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng laughs during a news conference in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: Pichi Chuang, Reuters

Taiwan’s leaders appear to have a lack of understanding of “the essence of Beijing’s authoritarian regime,” despite Taiwan serving as a role model for democratic development in China, Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng (陳光誠) said in Taipei yesterday.

Chen, who has been living in the US after fleeing China in May last year, told an international press conference on the first full day of his 18-day visit to Taiwan, that President Ma Ying-jeou’s (馬英九) refusal to meet him “reflected the fierce competition between a democracy and an authoritarian regime.”