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China mobilizing unification advocates

Overseas Community Affairs Council head Wu Hsin-hsing speaks during a question-and-answer session at a meeting of the legislature’s Foreign and National Defense Committee in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: Chen Chih-chu, Taipei Times

Beijing has been mobilizing overseas political parties who advocate unification across the Taiwan Strait to visit Taiwanese political parties under the guise of economic exchanges, while “discouraging independence and promoting unification,” Overseas Community Affairs Council (OCAC) Minister Wu Hsin-hsing (吳新興) said yesterday.


Taiwanese identity crucial to facing threat

Former president Lee Teng-hui yesterday gives a speech at a seminar on national awareness held by the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan’s branch in Tainan.
Photo: CNA

To become a normal democracy, the nation has to build up its Taiwanese identity against Beijing’s threats from within and outside the nation, former president Lee Teng-hui (李登輝) said yesterday.


‘Sing China’ organized by Taipei: NTU

Workers dismantle the “Sing! China Music Festival” stage on the National Taiwan University athletics field on Monday last week, the day after the festival was canceled because of protests.
Photo: Wang Yi-sung, Taipei Times

The “Sing! China: Shanghai-Taipei Music Festival” was organized by the Taipei Department of Cultural Affairs and therefore not a commercial activity, National Taiwan University (NTU) said yesterday.


Groups appeal for clarification of Lee Ming-che’s status

Members of the Taiwan Association for Human Rights, including secretary-general Chiu Ee-ling, second left, hold flowers at a news conference in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: Chang Chia-ming, Taipei Times

Worried that detained human rights advocate Lee Ming-che (李明哲) might have been sentenced in secret, civic groups and legislators yesterday urged the government to take immediate action to protect Lee’s right to appeal.


May Chin pressured school over concert: NTU

A page from documents obtained by the Liberty Times on a report on the agreement by National Taiwan University’s athletics department to allow the use of its athletic field for the “Sing! China: Shanghai-Taipei Music Festival” is shown to the media on Saturday.
Photo: Rachel Lin, Taipei Times

Non-Partisan Solidarity Union Legislator May Chin (高金素梅) pressured National Taiwan University (NTU) to loan its athletic field for use by the “Sing! China: Shanghai-Taipei Music Festival,” according to school documents obtained by reporters.


Chen’s medical team kicks out Ko for illness remarks

Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je is interviewed by Jaw Shao-kong on TVBS on Friday.
Screengrab from Jaw Shao-kong Situation Room

Former president Chen Shui-bian’s (陳水扁) personal medical team last night said that Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) is no longer fit to be the team’s convener after Ko said that Chen had faked his illness before actually falling ill.

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Having walked more than 11,000km around the world to promote freedom, human rights and independence for Tibet, the Dalai Lama’s nephew Jigme Norbu began his first “Walk for Tibet” campaign in Asia yesterday in Taipei, and will walk more than 400km to Kaohsiung in 13 days.

“We [Tibetans and Taiwanese] are in the same situation, we should help each other, and we come here to seek help,” Norbu said in an interview with the Taipei Times in Taipei on Thursday. “China is right next door, and maybe they can take over Taiwan one day just like they did in Tibet, we need to let the world know that we need to stop China’s illegal occupation of other countries.”