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1 China Youth Corps sold property in Taipei: sources Taipei Times 556
2 The Origin of Taiwanese Shrine Dr. Hsu-Tung Yang & translated by Simon Lin 759
3 Whither Sovereignty Resideth: ROC (China) or ROT (Taiwan)? Dr. Hsu-Tung Yang & translated by Leo Wang 2135
4 The Martyred Spirits of Democracy Preside Over Taiwan 228 Holy Mountain Dr. Hsu-Tung Yang & translated by Leo Wang 1711
5 Authoritarian Capitalists – Demons Everywhere Dr. Hsu-Tung Yang & translated by Leo Wang 2074
6 The Heavenly Light (B) Dr. Hsu-Tung Yang & translated by Leo Wang 1966
7 The Heavenly Light (A) Dr. Hsu-Tung Yang & translated by Leo Wang 2001
8 Wild Strawberries at Taichung-What I See and What I Hear Dr. Hsu-Tung Yang & translated by Leo Wang 1996
9 Shouldn’t We, the People, Arrest the Unlawful and Unconstitutional Judicial Civil Servants, and Turn Them to Public Trials? Dr. Hsu-Tung Yang & translated by Leo Wang 1807
10 Millions to Inundate Tucheng Dr. Hsu-Tung Yang & translated by Leo Wang 1994
11 United, We Are Truly Powerful – The 908 Taiwanese National Movement Illuminating and Incandescent at Taichung Dr. Hsu-Tung Yang & translated by Leo Wang 1811
12 Burning Oneself So Brightly Dr. Hsu-Tung Yang & translated by Leo Wang 2767
13 Red Cops in Taiwan – Assaulting on Former President Chen Shui-Bien makes one a Double Ten Day VIP, Protesting against Zhang Ming-Qing is Prosecuted?! Dr. Hsu-Tung Yang & translated by Leo Wang 1800
14 Full of Miracles of Divine Intervention – Formosa Holy Mountain’s Mountain Purification Program Volunteer Chronicle Dr. Hsu-Tung Yang & translated by Leo Wang 2680
15 Defend Our Great and Wise Predecessors of Taiwan, Be an Angel of Taiwan! Dr. Hsu-Tung Yang & translated by Leo Wang 1315
16 Introduction to The Formosa Holy Mountain Activities Dr. Hsu-Tung Yang & translated by Leo Wang 1457
 

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A pie chart showing the results of a poll conducted by the National Chung Cheng University Crime Research Center shows that more than 80 percent of Taiwanese are dissatisfied or very dissatisfied with judicial reform.
Photo: Liu Ching-hou, Taipei Times

Nearly 80 percent of respondents to a poll expressed doubt about the impartiality of judges, while a larger number said they were dissatisfied with judicial reform efforts, a poll released on Friday by National Chung Cheng University’s Crime Research Center showed.