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1881 2009-10-08 Rich Lunch Administrator 469
1882 2009-10-02 A Prayer/Ritual for Min-San Administrator 297
1883 2009-10-02 Holy Mountain - Troubles, Outing Administrator 424
1884 2009-10-01 Film Appreciation - Ten Conditions of Love at Taichung City Administrator 393
1885 2009-09-30 Taiwan Tati Chorus Graduation Party Administrator 356
1886 2009-09-30 Holy Mountain - Overlooking Administrator 369
1887 2009-09-27 Our Only Hope is to Build Holy Mountain Administrator 359
1888 2009-09-26 Chief Editor of Southnews Ma Fei-Bai's Daughter Wedding Banquet Administrator 353
1889 2009-09-24 Holy Moutain - Pao Tsai Liao Administrator 480
1890 2009-09-19 Pajamas Choke MA Rally Administrator 314
1891 2009-09-26 Lession Five: Cultivate Again Administrator 287
1892 2009-09-23 Trip to Visit President A-Bian by Jade & Nathan, TaTi's Volunteer Administrator 495
1893 2009-09-20 Taiwan's Justice Assembly on Human Rights - Kaoshiung, Central Park Administrator 472
1894 2009-09-19 Memorial Thanksgiving Ritual & To Commemorate the Tenth Anniversary of the Death of Professor Liao Zhongshan Administrator 449
1895 2009-09-17 Holy Mountain - Flower & Grass Administrator 680
1896 2009-09-13 Holy Mountain Diary - Weeding Administrator 708
1897 2009-09-12 Lession Four: Weeding Again due to Typhoon Administrator 351
1898 2009-09-12 Contemporary English Studies - Dairy Cattle Administrator 352
1899 2009-09-10 Holy Mountain - Away from the Crowd Administrator 697
1900 2009-09-08 A Demonstration of Enzyme Production by Dr. Yang Administrator 340
 
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Newsflash

The Mongolian and Tibetan Affairs Commission should grant residency to stateless Tibetan refugees, the Taiwan Association for Human Rights said yesterday, also calling for the passage of a refugee act.

“There should be a system in place to determine whether people are stateless or refugees rather than dealing with them on a case-by-case basis. If their identity can be determined, they should be afforded protection,” association secretary-general Chiu E-ling (邱伊翎) said, adding that the current law affords no guarantees to the two groups.