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81 2018-03-25 Holy Mountain - Prof. Chen, Yueh-miao Married Couple's Visit Administrator 167
82 2018-03-24 Tâi-uân-sîn(台灣神) Memorial Concert Administrator 92
83 2018-03-18 Holy Mountain Taiwan Ancestor Temple Ritual Service Administrator 109
84 2018-03-17 Tati(Daixde) Hall Feb. 1st Ritual Prayer Nationwide for Peace and Blessings Administrator 136
85 2018-03-16 FOB(Friends of Bian) from Taoyuan City Visit Holy Mountain Administrator 97
86 2018-03-12 Happy Island Alliance - Central Taiwan Public Meeting on Independence Referendum Administrator 95
87 2018-03-10 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 129
88 2018-03-10 The 8th First General Assembly of TAIUNA Administrator 202
89 2018-03-04 Tati Journal No. 49 Packaging for Mailing Administrator 165
90 2018-03-03 Holy Mountain Taiwan Ancestor Temple Ritual Service Administrator 182
91 2018-03-03 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 167
92 2018-03-02 Tati(Daixde) Hall Jan. 1st Ritual Prayer Nationwide for Peace and Blessings Administrator 168
93 2018-02-28 Happy Island Alliance - Announcement Press Conference "Referendum on Independence, Taiwan for UN" Administrator 380
94 2018-02-25 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 116
95 2018-02-24 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 198
96 2018-02-19 2018 Holy Mountain Practitioner Lunar New Year Reunion Day 4 Administrator 202
97 2018-02-18 2018 Holy Mountain Practitioner Lunar New Year Reunion Day 3 Administrator 196
98 2018-02-17 2018 Holy Mountain Practitioner Lunar New Year Reunion Day 2 Administrator 297
99 2018-02-16 2018 Holy Mountain Practitioner Lunar New Year Reunion Day 1 Administrator 156
100 2018-02-16 Kaohsiung Tati(Daixde) Branch Jan. 1st Ritual Prayer for Peace and Blessings Administrator 139
 
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Newsflash


Pro-democracy protesters chat at a protest site in the Mongkok district of Hong Kong yesterday. More than a month after tens of thousands of Hong Kongers took to the streets demanding free leadership elections for the semi-autonomous Chinese city, weary demonstrators remain encamped across several major roads.
Photo: AFP

China may have “lost” Taiwan as a result of its ham-fisted handling of the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, a Washington conference was told this week.

“There is no sense on the island now, if there ever was one, to buy into this ‘one country, two systems’ formula,” George Washington University professor David Shambaugh said.