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Chinese bullying sparks resistance

Taiwanese actress Vivian Sung (宋芸樺) on Thursday wrote on Sina Weibo that she is “a Chinese girl born in the 1990s. Taiwan is my hometown, China is my home country,” after Chinese netizens dug out a video of her from 2015 in which she said that her favorite nation was Taiwan.

Sung is not the first Taiwanese artist to be forced to make a political statement due to Chinese bullying.


Jiang’s hiring by school draws protest

A plaque declaring National Chung Cheng University’s support for academic freedom and the actions of students who participated in the Sunflower movement is pictured yesterday on the campus in Chiayi County’s Minxiong Township.
Photo: Tseng Nai-chiang, Taipei Times

Three National Chung Cheng University alumni on Saturday launched an online petition calling on the school to fire former premier Jiang Yi-huah (江宜樺) for ordering an eviction of student protesters occupying the Executive Yuan during the Sunflower movement protests in 2014.


China setting itself as enemy No. 1

Throughout history, people have discovered that anyone who uses arms to conquer, expand their territory and try to rule the world is an enemy to the world. They might dominate for a while, but they will not be able to rule the world permanently.

This was as true of Rome and Mongolia in ancient times, as it was of Germany and Japan during World War II.


TSU calls on DPP to promote proposed referendum using ‘Taiwan’ at Games

From left, Taiwan Solidarity Union (TSU) women’s section director Ouyang Jui-lien, TSU Chairman Lau Yi-te and writer Neil Peng hold a news conference in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: Su Fang-ho, Taipei Times

The Taiwan Solidarity Union (TSU) yesterday called on the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) to promote a referendum proposed by civic groups to rename the national sports team from “Chinese Taipei” to “Taiwan” for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, which it said would be the most effective way to resist pressure from China.


There is only one name: Taiwan

What’s in a name? It is a label that sets one person apart from another, and helps foster a sense of identity and self.

Just as someone’s name says a lot about a person, when it comes to a nation’s appellation, it is something through which its citizens showcase their identity and find their place in the world.


Taichung to continue Games work: Lai

Olympic medalist Chi Cheng, second right, speaks at a rally organized by the Team Taiwan Campaign for 2020 Tokyo Olympics in Taipei’s Ximending area yesterday evening in support of Taichung’s rights to host the East Asian Youth Games next year.
Photo: CNA

Premier William Lai (賴清德) yesterday told Taichung Mayor Lin Chia-lung (林佳龍) to continue infrastructure work needed for the East Asian Youth Games, despite the East Asian Olympic Committee’s (EAOC) decision to revoke Taichung’s right to host next year’s Games.

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Minister of Economic Affairs Chang Chia-juch, second left, and Minister of Foreign Affairs David Lin, right, hold a news conference in Taipei after Taiwan and Singapore signed a free-trade agreement in Singapore earlier yesterday.
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Taiwan yesterday signed a far-reaching free-trade agreement (FTA) with Singapore — the first of its kind with a Southeast Asian country — in a move the government said would boost the nation’s efforts to pursue further economic engagement with trading partners bilaterally and multilaterally.

“This is a milestone achievement for Taiwan’s progress toward economic liberalization and our participation in regional economic integration,” Minister of Economic Affairs Chang Chia-juch (張家祝) told a press conference at 11am in Taipei.