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Taiwan will not intervene, but supports HK protesters

Reporters ask Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam questions at a news conference in Hong Kong yesterday.
Photo: Reuters

The government supports Hong Kong protesters in their pursuit of democracy and freedom, but would not intervene, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said yesterday, urging the territory’s authorities not to cause “regrets” by refusing to start a dialogue with residents.


Tsai apologizes for taking credit for NYC purchase

President Tsai Ing-wen, left, and Minister of Transportation and Communications Lin Chia-lung, waving, accompanied by other officials, wave yesterday while inspecting a bridge in Penghu.
Photo: CNA

President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) yesterday acknowledged that she had confused the facts surrounding the purchase of the building housing the nation’s representative office in New York City during a speech she gave on Aug. 17 in Taichung, following criticism from former president Chen Shui-bian (陳水扁).


Water cannon trucks deployed in HK

A police vehicle equipped with a water cannon clears a road of barricades set up by protesters during a rally in Hong Kong’s New Territories yesterday.
Photo: EPA-EFE

Police in Hong Kong yesterday used tear gas to clear pro-democracy demonstrators who had taken over a street and brought out water cannon trucks for the first time in the summer-long protests.


China ‘targeting personal links’

The title and logo of the Mainland Affairs Council are seen on a podium at the council’s Taipei offices in an undated photograph.
Photo: Chung Li-hua, Taipei Times

Information warfare by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) does not stop at the Internet, but also targets people-to-people connections, the Mainland Affairs Council’s (MAC) advisory committee said in a summary of committee proceedings released on Friday.


‘Sally Ride’ berths at Port of Keelung

The US’ Sally Ride research vessel flies the Republic of China flag at the Port of Keelung on Thursday.
Photo courtesy of Lin Lu-hung

The US’ Sally Ride, its newest research vessel, berthed at the Port of Keelung on Thursday as it makes its way to international waters near Palau with a research team that includes faculty and students from National Taiwan University’s Institute of Oceanography.


Tracking claim a disservice to Han

Kaohsiung Mayor Han Kuo-yu (韓國瑜) on Wednesday urged the administration of President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) to order the intelligence agencies to immediately stop all surveillance efforts that could give her an unfair advantage in the presidential election campaign, doubling down on his claim that the government has been spying on him.

Tsai should act according to her conscience and ask herself whether she spied on him, instead of forcing him to press charges, which would be pointless against the “state apparatus,” Han said the day after the Presidential Office urged him to “immediately press charges” if he believed he was being monitored.

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National Taichung First Senior High School Apple Tree Commune Club spokesperson Chen Chien-hsun falls to his knees and asks forgiveness of student protester Dai Lin, who apparently committed suicide on Thursday last week in protest against curriculum adjustments, at a news conference following unproductive talks with Minister of Education Wu Se-hwa on the curriculum controversy at the National Central Library in Taipei yesterday.
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Talks between Minister of Education Wu Se-hwa (吳思華) and students over the curriculum controversy fell apart yesterday, with students storming out of a Ministry of Education (MOE)-sponsored forum in tears.

“What in the world are these talks supposed to be?” Northern Taiwan Anti-Curriculum Changes Alliance convener Chu Chen (朱震) said. “What I see is a failure of education and a policy that has gradually moved away from the masses.”