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1881 2009-07-25 Mr. & Miss UN For TAIWAN Competition and NASA Space Show Administrator 496
1882 2009-07-25 Taiwan Holy Mountain Purification Activity Administrator 612
1883 2009-07-23 Letter from Former President Chen Shui-bian Administrator 300
1884 2009-07-19 Fertilizing Seedlings and Loading sandbags Administrator 587
1885 2009-07-19 Taiwan Independence and the Future of Taiwan's Youth Administrator 312
1886 2009-07-25 Lession Three: Cultivate Administrator 275
1887 2009-07-16 World Games in Kaohsiung, Taiwan (Part I) Administrator 356
1888 2009-07-15 Visit Chen Cheng-po Cultural Museum at Chiayi City Administrator 449
1889 2009-07-12 Fertilizing, Watering and Weeding - Holy Mountain Activity Administrator 538
1890 2009-07-12 Yellow Ribbon for A-Bian @ Changhua City Administrator 370
1891 2009-07-11 Free Tiber Concert Administrator 353
1892 2009-07-11 Tree Planting and Fertilization at Holy Mountain Administrator 495
1893 2009-07-05 The Greening of Holy Mountain (Part IV) Administrator 591
1894 2009-07-05 2009 Taiwan UN Youth Camp (Part II) Administrator 359
1895 2009-07-04 2009 Taiwan UN Youth Camp (Part I) Administrator 323
1896 2009-07-04 The Greening of Holy Mountain (Part III) Administrator 539
1897 2009-07-03 The Greening of Holy Mountain (Part II) Administrator 574
1898 2009-07-02 The Greening of Holy Mountain (Part I) Administrator 577
1899 2009-07-01 Pre-operation for the Reforestation of the Holy Maintain Administrator 473
1900 2009-06-29 Completed the First Phase of the Holy Mountain Engineering Work Administrator 468
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National Tsing Hua University student Chen Wei-ting holds a placard calling for freedom of speech in front of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: Chen Ping-hung, Taipei Times

Despite repeated threats that he would file a lawsuit against National Tsing Hua University student Chen Wei-ting (陳為廷) over an image posted on Facebook, China Times Weekly deputy editor-in-chief Lin Chao-hsin (林朝鑫) had yet to act on his threat yesterday, while Chen said he was ready to defend freedom of speech on the Internet.

“Instead of finding out the truth about the ‘walking fee incident,’ Want Want China Times Media Group chose to [threaten to] file a lawsuit against a college student for posting an image on Facebook,” Chen told a news conference in Taipei yesterday morning. “The lawsuit is not only against me, it’s against all netizens, and Taiwanese civil society.”