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1841 2009-09-20 Taiwan's Justice Assembly on Human Rights - Kaoshiung, Central Park Administrator 453
1842 2009-09-19 Memorial Thanksgiving Ritual & To Commemorate the Tenth Anniversary of the Death of Professor Liao Zhongshan Administrator 434
1843 2009-09-17 Holy Mountain - Flower & Grass Administrator 608
1844 2009-09-13 Holy Mountain Diary - Weeding Administrator 686
1845 2009-09-12 Lession Four: Weeding Again due to Typhoon Administrator 273
1846 2009-09-12 Contemporary English Studies - Dairy Cattle Administrator 339
1847 2009-09-10 Holy Mountain - Away from the Crowd Administrator 614
1848 2009-09-08 A Demonstration of Enzyme Production by Dr. Yang Administrator 319
1849 2009-09-05 2009 Taipei Deaflympics - Overthrow ROC, Government in Exile Administrator 362
1850 2009-09-04 Discourses on Taiwan's Politics & Future by Dr. Yang - Part III Administrator 347
1851 2009-08-30 Holy Mountain Diary - Finishing Gardens & Building Trails Administrator 702
1852 2009-08-29 Contemporary English Studies - Introduction to Tiber Artifacts Administrator 369
1853 2009-08-27 Discourses on Taiwan's Politics & Future by Dr. Yang - Part II Administrator 365
1854 2009-08-23 Holy Mountain Diary - Fill Sandbags Administrator 619
1855 2009-08-23 Re-opening of the Taiwan Native Culture Bookstore Administrator 323
1856 2009-08-21 The footstep of Southern Relief Volunteer Administrator 312
1857 2009-08-21 A Spider with Human Face in Holy Mountain Administrator 673
1858 2009-08-16 A Long Awaited Tour to Holy Mountain Administrator 383
1859 2009-08-15 Holy Mountain Day Tour Preparation Administrator 617
1860 2009-08-15 Contemporary English Studies Administrator 307
 
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Newsflash

Residents in Urumqi demanded further action yesterday after the sacking of two top officials in the restive Xinjiang region over syringe attacks that sparked deadly protests.

The Communist Party chief of Xinjiang’s capital Urumqi and the region’s top police official were dismissed on Saturday in the wake of the protests that left five people dead, but residents said the sackings were not enough.