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1901 2009-09-05 2009 Taipei Deaflympics - Overthrow ROC, Government in Exile Administrator 412
1902 2009-09-04 Discourses on Taiwan's Politics & Future by Dr. Yang - Part III Administrator 403
1903 2009-08-30 Holy Mountain Diary - Finishing Gardens & Building Trails Administrator 777
1904 2009-08-29 Contemporary English Studies - Introduction to Tiber Artifacts Administrator 386
1905 2009-08-27 Discourses on Taiwan's Politics & Future by Dr. Yang - Part II Administrator 435
1906 2009-08-23 Holy Mountain Diary - Fill Sandbags Administrator 689
1907 2009-08-23 Re-opening of the Taiwan Native Culture Bookstore Administrator 371
1908 2009-08-21 The footstep of Southern Relief Volunteer Administrator 333
1909 2009-08-21 A Spider with Human Face in Holy Mountain Administrator 743
1910 2009-08-16 A Long Awaited Tour to Holy Mountain Administrator 434
1911 2009-08-15 Holy Mountain Day Tour Preparation Administrator 669
1912 2009-08-15 Contemporary English Studies Administrator 329
1913 2009-08-13 Discourses on Taiwan's Politics & Future by Dr. Yang - Part I Administrator 359
1914 2009-08-09 Christian Association Promotion for Taiwan Independence & Security Administrator 329
1915 2009-08-08 Condition of Holy Mountain & TATI after Typhoon Morakot Administrator 408
1916 2009-08-06 The Pray Ritual for Zengen's Mother-in-law Administrator 352
1917 2009-08-04 Start the Construction of the Holy Mountain Exhibition Center Administrator 703
1918 2009-08-01 Weekend Gathering at Holy Mountain Administrator 533
1919 2009-07-31 Pray for Former President Chen Shui-bian Administrator 365
1920 2009-07-31 Ma Fei-bai, Director of the South News, visits TATI & Holy Mountain Administrator 346
 
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Newsflash

Cyberattacks from China on government computers are becoming more difficult to detect, as hackers increasingly use online platforms, such as search engines, to break into systems, a source close to government discussions said.

While the frequency of attacks by China’s cyberarmy has declined, the success rate of such incursions is rising, the source said.