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1861 2009-11-14 Cultural Festival 2009 - Straw Creative Competition Administrator 274
1862 2009-11-14 Holy Mountain - Leisurely Weekend! Administrator 415
1863 2009-11-13 Holy Mountian - God in the Watering Administrator 447
1864 2009-11-13 Tati Group Meditation at Taoyuan Administrator 488
1865 2009-11-11 Holy Mountain - Cathy's Work Log Administrator 542
1866 2009-11-11 Interesting Taiwan's Kid Songs - Shi Fu-zhen Administrator 358
1867 2009-11-07 On a weekend afternoon, Happy Farm ~ fun!! Administrator 613
1868 2009-11-08 Tati's Happy Farm Week 3 - Field Boundary Calibration Administrator 618
1869 2009-11-06 Kadeer Comes! Pass on the Love! (Changhua City) Administrator 474
1870 2009-11-06 Holy Mountain - More Black Drongo(Dicrurus Macrocercus)... Administrator 632
1871 2009-11-04 Holy Mountain - Cathy's Work Log Administrator 474
1872 2009-11-03 Holy Mountain - Mickey's Work Log Administrator 355
1873 2009-11-01 Tati's Happy Farm Week 2 - Corn Plantation Administrator 601
1874 2009-11-01 Citizen Congress Watch - Taichung Office Commencement Assembly Administrator 392
1875 2009-10-31 Tati's Happy Farm - Light Cloud & Fresh Wind Administrator 487
1876 2009-10-31 I Love Da Dushan "Environmental & Fire Prevenion Advocacy" Hiking Activity Administrator 328
1877 2009-10-30 Holy Mountain - Fertilization Day Administrator 540
1878 2009-10-28 Holy Mountain - Cathy's Work Log Administrator 662
1879 2009-10-25 Tati's Happy Farm Week 1 - Weeding & Soil Preparation Administrator 591
1880 2009-10-25 Taiwan's Sovereignty and the Future by Dr. Andre Chang Administrator 343
 
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Newsflash

Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chu (陳菊) yesterday reaffirmed the city's commitment to screening a documentary on Uighur independence activist Rebiya Kadeer to highlight the city's support for human rights despite opposition from Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) councilors.

The move came as two directors pulled their films from the city's upcoming film festival in protest and the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) announced plans to screen the film nationwide.