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81 2017-11-25 Holy Mountain - Taiwan Ancestor Temple Initiation Ceremony Administrator 66
82 2017-11-23 Holy Mountain - Taiwan Ancestor Temple Stone Lions Placement Administrator 37
83 2017-11-18 Tati(Daixde) Hall October 1st Ritual Prayer Nationwide for Peace and Blessings Administrator 34
84 2017-11-18 Holy Mountain - Taiwan Ancestor Temple Tiger Lord Placement Administrator 146
85 2017-11-19 Taichung Presbyterian Church Thanksgiving Concert Administrator 33
86 2017-11-19 Holy Mountain - Practitioner, Tsan-chu's (Su Beng Senior) Visit Taiwan Ancestor Temple & Napping, Re-energize Administrator 25
87 2017-11-16 2017 World Philosophy Day plus Taiwan Administrator 33
88 2017-11-15 Tati Affinity Group Activity - Visit Min-hao Practitioner at Nursing Home Administrator 34
89 2017-11-10 Holy Mountain - Taiwan Ancestor Temple Plaque Placement Administrator 41
90 2017-10-23 Holy Mountain - Adopt Guardian Dog, Raku Administrator 36
91 2017-11-12 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 38
92 2017-11-11 Holy Mountain - Taiwan Ancestor Temple Enshrinement Administrator 38
93 2017-11-05 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 38
94 2017-11-05 Independent Taiwan · Centenary Insistance - Su Beng's 100 Birthday Party Administrator 53
95 2017-11-04 The Enlightenment of Taiwanese Philosophy of Education - Dr. Lin Mosei Statue Opening and Memorial Administrator 63
96 2017-10-29 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 62
97 2017-10-28 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 47
98 2017-10-29 Tati Affinity Group Activity - Visit Tsan-hsing Practitioner and Kaohsiung Tati(Daixde) Hall Administrator 60
99 2017-10-25 Transitional Justice - 72 Years Ago Today Administrator 47
100 2017-10-24 Holy Mountain - Visit from Japanese Friends Administrator 46
 
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Newsflash

Taiwan’s colleges and graduate schools will begin accepting Chinese students next spring after the legislature yesterday approved amendments recognizing Chinese certificates and allowing Chinese students to study in Taiwan.

Following rounds of negotiation, the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) and the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) caucuses reached consensus by agreeing to write into law that Taiwan will not recognize Chinese certificates in medicine-related areas and that Chinese students will be prohibited from enrolling in departments that deal with national security matters such as national defense, sensitive agricultural technology, aviation, satellite technology and hydrological subjects.