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Proud of being called "Bian Casters"

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We are a group of A-bian's supporters, and are proud of being called "Bian Casters" with the following concensuses:

1. Against one China policy, and resist to unify with China. Taiwan and China are two separated independent countries.
2. Advocate the "No Unification with China" referendum and the cohesion of Taiwan's internal unity.
3. Fully abandon the "Republic of China" Constitution and system of government.
4. Develop Taiwan's new constitution, and proclaim to the world that Taiwan is a "new and independent" state.
5. Apply to join the United Nations with the name of Taiwan as an identity of new Member State.



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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 13 January 2010 11:36 )  

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Security personnel block objects thrown by protesters while President Ma Ying-jeou, fourth from right, gives a speech to mark Human Rights Day at the Jingmei Human Rights Memorial and Cultural Park in New Taipei City’s Sindian District yesterday.
Photo: Liao Chen-hui, Taipei Times

President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) and Minister of Culture Lung Ying-tai (龍應台) joined victims of the White Terror era on Human Rights Day yesterday to take part in events at the Jingmei Human Rights Memorial and Cultural Park in New Taipei City’s (新北市) Sindian District (新店).

About 170 victims of the White Terror era from across the country gathered to mark the day, observed every year around the world, with Aboriginal music and dancing performed by family members of the victims.