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Seeing The 228's Sunlight

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On Februray 28th 2010, we, @-Bian Custers, gathered together with the yearning of the heart.

Memorial ...
Set a pledge ...
And be brave to ...
Because ...

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 30 March 2010 10:37 ) Read more...
 

The History of Taiwan: Postwar Era and The 228 Incident

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The History of Taiwan: Postwar Era and The 228 Incident

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 31 March 2010 08:59 ) Read more...
 

Chinese execute Tibetans

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Tibetans on pilgrim to India are shot and murdered on sight as they are walking across mountain by Chinese soldiers sick harrowing and true...

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 23 February 2010 09:52 ) Read more...
 

Invitation: 228 Memorial and Bian Casters Gathering on Feb. 28th

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"2-28 Day" is a memorial holiday to commemorate the selfless dedication of 228 elites. The inspiration of 228 is just as the flowers bloom in the hearts of freedom. It's the cornerstone, founding spirit for the people of Taiwan to build a new, democratic country.

Let us stand before the Holy Mountain 228 monuments on the date of Feb. 28th, commemorate the Taiwanese Divinities, the founding belief. May God and Taiwanese Divinities with you at this moment.

Last Updated ( Friday, 05 March 2010 11:20 ) Read more...
 

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.

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


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Newsflash

Controversial remarks made by the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) administration and pro-unification academics about the 228 Massacre reverberated after the nation observed the 67th anniversary of the tragedy on Friday, drawing strong criticism from a broad spectrum of society.

In addition to remarks by President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) and National Taiwan University professor Wang Hsiao-po (王曉波), the public was also angered by a comment from Premier Jiang Yi-huah (江宜樺).