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Chapter 4: The Shepherd


Those who guard our country and protect Taiwan are respected by all in Heaven.  Propitiousness, too, shall follow.  All evils shall abandon afar.  Innumerable spirits shall protect and bless them.  All the doings of righteous ways of democracy, upheld by the Origin Destiny’s Heavenly Principles, shall achieve the Great Bodhisattva of Taiwan as the fruit.  Such is cultivating action, is truthful action; is a Shepherd who truly achieve the great vows.


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Anti-Nuclear Action Alliance convener Kao Cheng-yan, center, and others hold up signs with the text “Fourth Nuclear Power Plant referendum, let the public decide” outside the Joint Central Government Office Building in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: Lo Pei-der, Taipei Times

Supporters and opponents of nuclear energy verbally clashed yesterday at a public hearing held by the Central Election Commission, as it reviews a referendum proposal on whether fuel rods should be inserted to start test operations of the Fourth Nuclear Power Plant in New Taipei City.

“How will we handle nuclear waste? How will we evacuate the millions of residents in Greater Taipei in the event of a nuclear disaster? I don’t think we should continue developing nuclear energy until we can answer these questions,” an anti-nuclear activist surnamed Sui (隋) said. “Moreover, a nuclear power plant can operate for up to 40 years, and produce hundreds of tonnes of nuclear waste. How much should we pay for 40 years of energy supply?”