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Home Editorials Dr. Yang's Column The Heavenly Light (B)

The Heavenly Light (B)

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The career politicians of Taiwan, exploited the Great Ones who sacrificed for the February 28th Movement;

Too, demanded return of Kuomintang’s unjustified procurement,

Were expected to build the Republic of Taiwan.

 

These very many nation-building champions,

Had before gathered popular support,

Produced the popular drive to build our nation.

Disappointingly, person by person, owns a mountain as a head,

One by one becomes a fish head.

From a brave and fierce beginning,

Descend into the R.O.C. fermentation jar.

 

All, pickled into the Chinese stinky tofu that truly smells.

Some said it tastes good,

Some cannot adapt,

Some won’t dare to touch it;

Quarreling without end.

 

Years in pandemonium,

The smelly old Ma finally cropped up from the commotion.

 

With one and the only Holy Mountain, always immovable, our Great Mountain;

This is Taiwanese people’s Heavenly Light.



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A staffer browses a paper near a map of the South China Sea with “nine-dash line” claims under Chinese territory on display at a maritime defense educational facility in Nanjing, China, on Tuesday.
Photo: Chinatopix via AP

President Tsai Ing-wen’s (蔡英文) administration has reached an internal resolution on Taiwan’s territorial claims over the South China Sea, which stresses the nation’s sovereignty over islands in the area, but makes no mention of the so-called “U-shaped line” and “historical waters,” a Presidential Office source said yesterday.