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131 2019-11-17 Holy Mountain Event Records Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 195
132 2019-11-16 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 218
133 2019-11-12 Holy Mountain - Taiwan Ancestor Temple Ritual Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 263
134 2019-11-11 Tati(Daixde) Hall Oct 15th Ritual Prayer Nationwide for Peace and Blessings Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 243
135 2019-11-10 Holy Mountain Event Records Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 260
136 2019-11-09 House Cleaning and Moving Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 304
137 2019-11-03 Holy Mountain Event Records Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 249
138 2019-11-02 Gods Safeguard Taiwan, Taiwanese State Taiwanese Soul, MV Filming Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 288
139 2019-10-31 Holy Mountain - Dragon Gate Water Curtain, Tree Frog Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 258
140 2019-10-29 A Fellow Practitioner, Guang-gen(光根), Visits Holy Mountain Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 246
 
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Newsflash

An article in the current issue of the influential Foreign Affairs magazine argues that to avoid military competition between the US and a rising China, Washington should consider making concessions to Beijing, including the possibility of backing away from its commitment to Taiwan.

In the article, titled “Will China’s Rise Lead to War? Why Realism Does Not Mean Pessimism,” Charles Glaser, a professor of political science and international affairs and director of the Institute for Security and Conflict Studies at George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs, argues that the rise of China will be “the most important international relations story of the twenty-first century.”