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Home Activity Slideshow 2021-04-03 Ching Ming Holiday - Mr. Uyongʉ'e Yatauyungana(矢多) Memorial Preparation (Day 2)

2021-04-03 Ching Ming Holiday - Mr. Uyongʉ'e Yatauyungana(矢多) Memorial Preparation (Day 2)

Ching Ming Holiday - Mr. Uyongʉ'e Yatauyungana(矢多) Memorial Preparation (Day 2)




2021-04-02 Ching Ming Holiday - Mr. Uyongʉ'e Yatauyungana(矢多) Memorial Preparation (Day 2)


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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 15 February 2023 15:02 )  

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The Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) emblem, left, and the Republic of China national emblem are pictured in an undated photograph.
Photo: Chen Yu-fu, Taipei Times

Changing the national emblem should not be taken lightly, as it embodies the nation’s collective sentiment, but political party symbols can and should change with the times, the Ministry of the Interior said on Thursday in a report on the issues stemming from similarities between the national and Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) emblems.