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The Heavenly Light (A)

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Following the blood and tears of February Twenty-Eighth,

The earth’s grievances in we breathe,

The Gods’ light emerges as the Formosa Sun,

Though it can make the demons of imperial colonialism no where to escape but dawn,

Unfortunately,

Devils in powdered masquerade,

To the righteous and honest Formosan do they deceptively persuade.

 

Into the Red Tide and an ocean of blood Taiwan sinks,

The Hell’s Gate finally becomes the modern Three Direct Links.

Direct flight turns into a cruise ship of evil.

 

Among the dizzying darkness and thickening mists, the first gleams of morning light appear.

Holy mountain,

‘Tis our only hope: to build the Holy Mountain.

 

(Written on 2008/12/16)



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Democratic Progressive Party legislators Lin Shu-fen, left, and Chen Ting-fei, right, at a press conference in Taipei yesterday, urge President Ma Ying-jeou to clear up allegations that he met with one of the nation’s top bookmakers in September.

Photo: Fang Pin-chao, Taipei Times

The Presidential Office and the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) yesterday denied President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) met privately with one of the nation’s most powerful bookmakers in September, insisting that the president has handled all political donations in accordance with the regulations.

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