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81 2017-05-14 Defending the Homeland & Speaking Out for Taiwan - Chin Heng-wei, Peng Wen-zheng and Cao Changqing New Book Released @ Taichung Administrator 85
82 2017-05-13 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 60
83 2017-05-10 Tati(Daixde) Hall Taichung Headquarters - Ritual Prayer for Safty and Happiness Administrator 67
84 2017-05-09 Japan Saga Delegation Visits Holy Mountain and Pays a Respect to Engineer, Hatta Yoichi(八田與一) Administrator 65
85 2017-05-07 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 97
86 2017-05-06 Holy Mountain - Tâi-uân Sîn-siā(台灣神社) Purification & Visitors Administrator 132
87 2017-04-30 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 111
88 2017-04-29 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 65
89 2017-04-26 Tati(Daixde) Hall Taichung Headquarters - Ritual Prayer for Safty and Happiness Administrator 53
90 2017-04-23 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 76
91 2017-04-22 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 50
92 2017-04-16 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 81
93 2017-04-16 Tâi-uân Sîn-tō Sian-yin(賢印) Practitioner's Ascension Dharma Joy Administrator 70
94 2017-04-15 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 60
95 2017-04-15 Tâi-uân-sîn Hsu, Chun-ching's(台灣神徐春卿) Family Visits Holy Mountain Administrator 96
96 2017-04-11 Northen Taichung Tati(Daixde) Branch - Ritual Prayer for Safty and Happiness Administrator 56
97 2017-04-09 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 63
98 2017-04-08 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 130
99 2017-04-08 Tati Annual Board Meeting Administrator 97
100 2017-04-03 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 69
 
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Newsflash

Nearly 60 percent of Japanese agreed with the idea of their country offering logistical support to the US if the US had to assist Taiwan militarily in a showdown with China, according to the results of a Japanese poll released yesterday.

In the survey conducted by the Japanese Asahi Shimbun daily on Dec. 4 and Dec. 5, 57 percent of the 3,000 respondents said Japan’s self-defense forces should provide transportation and other logistical support to the US military if war were to break out in the Taiwan Strait.

Only 30 percent of respondents opposed the idea.