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1 2020-02-29 Left Wing Taiwan Independence Godfather Su Beng's Mounument Opening Administrator 73
2 2020-02-28 Visit Holy Mountain on 228 Memorial Day & Preparation for 229 Activity Administrator 65
3 2020-02-16 Holy Mountain Event Records(Dr. Rocket & Principle Du) Administrator 59
4 2020-02-09 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 60
5 2020-02-02 Holy Mountain Event Records(Bamboo Blossoms) Administrator 62
6 2020-01-29 Holy Mountain Spring Festival Day V Administrator 70
7 2020-01-28 Holy Mountain Spring Festival Day IV Administrator 79
8 2020-01-27 Holy Mountain Spring Festival Day III Administrator 75
9 2020-01-26 Holy Mountain Spring Festival Day II (Ancestor Temple Ritual) Administrator 72
10 2020-01-25 Holy Mountain Spring Festival Day I (Blessings Ritual) Administrator 71
11 2020-01-18 Holy Mountain - Su Beng's Monument & Bronze Statue Initiation Administrator 77
12 2020-01-17 Choir Rehearsal Part 4 Administrator 77
13 2020-01-13 Guardian Dog Vaccination & Holy Mountain Tour of Inspection by Volunteer Groups Leader Administrator 71
14 2020-01-12 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 65
15 2020-01-11 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 74
16 2020-01-10 98 Years Old Prof. Yang Yicheng(楊馥成) & 83 Years Old Vietnam Taiwan Chamber of Commerce President Tsai Visit Holy Mountain Administrator 68
17 2020-01-09 Tati(Daixde) Hall Dec. 15th Ritual Prayer Nationwide for Peace and Blessings Administrator 65
18 2020-01-04 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 71
19 2020-01-03 Choir Rehearsal Part 3 Administrator 73
20 2020-01-02 Researchers Visit Holy Mountain Administrator 71
 
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Newsflash

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said it would “seriously review the current exchanges and ties between Taiwan and the Philippines” after Manila deported 14 Taiwanese to China instead of to Taiwan.

Lawmakers are demanding that the nation’s representative to Manila be recalled to express Taiwan’s dissatisfaction with the Philippines’ handling of the deportation issue, but Minister of Foreign Affairs Timothy Yang (楊進添) said only that “all possible options are under consideration,” the Central News Agency said.