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KMT’s ‘green terror’ is a fantasy

The 12-article Anti-infiltration Act (反滲透法) stipulates that any person going to China, receiving money from an agent of the Chinese Communist Party and then returning to Taiwan to use the money to give financial assistance to a candidate in an election, with the intention of interfering in a government election, would be prosecuted.

It requires that the person who reported the alleged crime provide evidence of their allegations and that prosecutors investigate the case according to the law, and bring the case to court based on the evidence that they discover.


Claiming equality as a normal state

On Jan. 2, 1970, 50 years ago last week, I disguised myself and escaped Taiwan. This year also marks the 56th anniversary of the publication of the Declaration of Self-Salvation of the Taiwanese People (台灣人民自救宣言).

It saddens me that the other coauthors of the declaration, Hsieh Tsung-min (謝聰敏) and Wei Ting-chao (魏廷朝), have passed on, leaving only me.


Taiwanese astronomers designated ‘China Taipei’

A list of approved names of exoplanets on the Web site of Paris-based International Astronomical Union, with Taiwan listed as China Taipei and China listed as China Nanjing.
Photo taken from the International Astronomical Union Web site

Taiwanese astronomers who named an exoplanet and the star it orbits have been listed as being from “China Taipei” by the Paris-based International Astronomical Union (IAU), the Astronomical Society of the Republic of China (ASROC) said on Friday.


Facing up to Beijing’s arrogance, ignorance

The arrogance and ignorance of Beijing are highlighted in recent comments by China’s Taiwan Affairs Office Minister Liu Jieyi (劉結一) as the People’s Republic of China (PRC) continues a policy of intimidation toward Taiwan ahead of the consequential elections on Saturday.

Liu said: “Today, we are closer than any other historical period and are more confident in achieving the goal of our grand mission of the Chinese renaissance.”


Weather unlikely to have caused crash

Messages are pasted on a display bearing a photograph of late chief of the general staff general Shen Yi-ming at the Taipei Guest House yesterday.
Photo: Chien Jung-fong, Taipei Times

A UH-60M Black Hawk helicopter that crashed on Thursday, killing eight military officers including the chief of the general staff, is unlikely to have gone down due to mechanical failure or weather, a Taiwan Transportation Safety Board official said yesterday.


Helicopter Crash: US military sends condolences after deaths

The US national flag yesterday flies at half-mast at the American Institute in Taiwan compound in Taipei’s Neihu District to mourn the military officials killed in a helicopter crash on Thursday.
Photo courtesy of the American Institute in Taiwan

US Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley yesterday extended his condolences over the deaths of Chief of the General Staff General Shen Yi-ming (沈一鳴) and seven other military officials who were killed in a helicopter crash on Thursday.

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A screen grab of Tibetan nun Palden Choetso's self-immolation protest on November 3, 2012 in Tawu, eastern Tibet.

DHARAMSHALA, February 7: A major US based broadcaster, which has a widely followed Tibetan language section, has denied Chinese allegations of their involvement in encouraging Tibetan protesters to set themselves on fire.

Voice of America Director David Ensor in a release Wednesday said the allegations were “totally false,” while noting that the self-immolations are “tragic and a sign of distress in Tibet.” He further called on China Daily and CCTV to “retract their stories.”