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1921 2009-08-21 A Spider with Human Face in Holy Mountain Administrator 753
1922 2009-08-16 A Long Awaited Tour to Holy Mountain Administrator 449
1923 2009-08-15 Holy Mountain Day Tour Preparation Administrator 683
1924 2009-08-15 Contemporary English Studies Administrator 336
1925 2009-08-13 Discourses on Taiwan's Politics & Future by Dr. Yang - Part I Administrator 365
1926 2009-08-09 Christian Association Promotion for Taiwan Independence & Security Administrator 331
1927 2009-08-08 Condition of Holy Mountain & TATI after Typhoon Morakot Administrator 417
1928 2009-08-06 The Pray Ritual for Zengen's Mother-in-law Administrator 359
1929 2009-08-04 Start the Construction of the Holy Mountain Exhibition Center Administrator 723
1930 2009-08-01 Weekend Gathering at Holy Mountain Administrator 535
1931 2009-07-31 Pray for Former President Chen Shui-bian Administrator 369
1932 2009-07-31 Ma Fei-bai, Director of the South News, visits TATI & Holy Mountain Administrator 352
1933 2009-07-26 Door Step Weeding (Holy Mountain) Administrator 612
1934 2009-07-26 2009 Kaohsiung World Games Closing Ceremony Administrator 348
1935 2009-07-25 Publication for Taiwan's National Common Sense Manual Administrator 365
1936 2009-07-25 Mr. & Miss UN For TAIWAN Competition and NASA Space Show Administrator 506
1937 2009-07-25 Taiwan Holy Mountain Purification Activity Administrator 629
1938 2009-07-23 Letter from Former President Chen Shui-bian Administrator 310
1939 2009-07-19 Fertilizing Seedlings and Loading sandbags Administrator 603
1940 2009-07-19 Taiwan Independence and the Future of Taiwan's Youth Administrator 323
 
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Newsflash

Academia Sinica researcher and Sunflower movement leader Huang Kuo-chang (黃國昌) yesterday announced his decision to become a member of the New Power Party (NPP), urging more young people to join the political party launched in January by prominent social activists.

Huang, who played a central role in the Sunflower movement protests last year, told a news conference in Taipei that he remained undecided over whether to enter next year’s legislative contest.