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2021 2009-06-06 The 51th Annual Alumni Association of the China Medical University, Taiwan Administrator 357
2022 2009-06-04 Ecological Environment in Holy Mountain Administrator 510
2023 2009-06-01 Planting Two of Taiwan's Unique Endangered Tree Species - Holy Mountain Administrator 571
2024 2009-05-31 A Guide to Lai-ho Literary Landscape Administrator 505
2025 2009-05-30 Cultivating Vegetables, Mowing Grass & Making Tea - Holy Mountain Administrator 608
2026 2009-05-29 Lai-ho Volunteer Day Administrator 529
2027 2009-05-28 The 115th Anniversary of Lai-ho's Brithday Administrator 432
2028 2009-05-24 The Rushing Cattle Festival - Taichung City Administrator 585
2029 2009-05-23 The TWFuture East Coast National Internet Party Administrator 429
2030 2009-05-23 The Year 2009 International Human Rights Forum Administrator 480
2031 2009-05-21 Holy Mountain Activity - Hot Administrator 767
2032 2009-05-17 Taipei 517 Anti Ma, Pro Taiwan Rally Administrator 379
2033 2009-05-17 517 Local Non Partisan People Power, Kaohsiung Rally Administrator 347
2034 2009-05-17 Taiwan Independent & Support Chen Shui-Bian Rally (Kaohsiung) Administrator 488
2035 2009-05-16 Pray for Former President Chen Shui-Bian Gathering Administrator 447
2036 2009-05-16 My heart goes with Taiwan, Even though in sickbed. Administrator 355
2037 2009-05-16 Holy Mountain Activity - Children Administrator 528
2038 2009-05-15 A Romantic Situn Concert Administrator 464
2039 2009-05-15 Prof. Sheu B. H. Surveyed the Holy Mountain Administrator 371
2040 2009-05-15 Making Banners for 517 Rally Administrator 455
 
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Newsflash

Taiwan should prepare for the “possibility of a very difficult period ahead for US policy in the cross-strait area,” a Washington symposium heard on Tuesday.

Steven Goldstein, director of the Taiwan Studies Workshop at Harvard University, said he was “quite pessimistic” about the future.