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Taiwan Becomes a Country, It's Coming!

The first time the People’s Republic of China gets to have a voice at the United Nations is 1950.  It was the early period of CCP’s regime, and its Ministry of Foreign Relations had drafted up a list of individuals to serve as its ambassadors to the UN, to prepare a long-term warfare, and swore to expel Chiang Kai-Shek and company from the UN.  The Republic of China’s international standing was truly in peril.  If it wasn’t for an old friend - the United States’ strong support, the ROC would be long gone.

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Fight the Communists to Protect Taiwan

In 1949, the old Chiang announced the Republic of China (ROC) is already dead.  1971 witnessed the elimination of the ROC name from the international arena and replaced by the People’s Republic of China (PRC).  Then, what the hell is the October 10th National Day celebrating?

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After the Red Tide, Let's Discuss a Prescription For It

The current social unrests caused by Taiwan’s “red guards” (Red Shirt Armies) originate from KMT old guards’ faction pouncing back.  They want indulge in the old status quo as well as the unrighteous and unjustified spoils derived from such ancient regime.  Their distrusting of Taiwanese people is simply the voodoo of one-party national education based on the Greater China chauvinism.  The deficiency of education about democracy in Taiwan also aggravates this cohort’s apprehensive and panic state of mind.

My personal analysis on pathology of Taiwan’s current situation from the medical professional’s viewpoint:

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A-Bian and Taiwanese Divinities’ Pact through Life and Death

On Thursday February 12th of 2009, Taiwan Tati Cultural and Educational Foundation’s e-generation representatives arrived at the TuchengDetentionCenter to express our young friends’ concerns for Taiwan’s judicial system and President “A-Bian’s” recent well-being, as well as presenting warmth to President A-Bian.

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Taiwan Tati Cultural and Educational Foundation Youth Volunteer Corps Press Release

Ever since the second detention of the former President Chen Shui-bian, our entire society has been highly concerned about President Chen’s case.  The commentators and the media have all paid maximum amount of attention to the developments of this case.  Taiwan Tati Cultural and Educational Foundation during this time period had also received many from all sectors of our society concerns and sympathies for President Chen; especially the e-mails from many users on the internet.  The internet is a young people’s platform.  Our Foundation, with our faith in the February 28th Taiwan Divinities as well as world-wide accepted values of freedom, democracy, and human rights as our basis, has today specifically come to the Taipei Detention Center in Tucheng to show our concerns for President Chen’s current situation and to convey the many internet using young people’s warm sympathies for President Chen. 

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The Heavenly Light (B)

 

The career politicians of Taiwan, exploited the Great Ones who sacrificed for the February 28th Movement;

Too, demanded return of Kuomintang’s unjustified procurement,

Were expected to build the Republic of Taiwan.

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Protesters hold banners with Premier Jiang Yi-huah’s portrait outside the Taipei District Court yesterday, where he was questioned about the handling of the Sunflower movement protests.
Photo: Liao Chen-huei, Taipei Times

Under a heavy police presence and with more than 100 demonstrators calling on him to resign, Premier Jiang Yi-huah (江宜樺) yesterday afternoon appeared in court to face charges of attempted murder filed against him and high-ranking police officers in a private prosecution over the violent crackdown on protesters who briefly took over the Executive Yuan in March.