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21 2020-01-01 Northen Taichung Tati(Daixde) Branch Year-end Clean-up Administrator 159
22 2019-12-30 Hualien Tati(Daixde) Branch Year-end Cleaning Administrator 143
23 2019-12-29 Northen Taichung Tati(Daixde) Branch Year-end Cleaning Administrator 134
24 2019-12-28 Holy Mountain Year-end Clean-up Administrator 145
25 2019-12-27 Choir Rehearsal Part 2 Administrator 151
26 2019-12-26 Tati(Daixde) Hall Dec. 1st Ritual Prayer Nationwide for Peace and Blessings Administrator 140
27 2019-12-25 Keelung Tati(Daixde) Branch Year-end Cleaning Administrator 155
28 2019-12-22 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 143
29 2019-12-21 Tâi-uân Sîn-tō - Begin with the Heart, Spiritual Purification Lectures @ Kaohsiung Administrator 157
30 2019-12-20 Choir Rehearsal Part 1 Administrator 165
31 2019-12-18 Holy Mountain - Chilin Study Group Visits Holy Mountain Administrator 145
32 2019-12-18 Kaohsiung Tati(Daixde) Branch Year-end Cleaning Administrator 153
33 2019-12-15 Tâi-uân Sîn-tō Tati(Daixde) Hall General Deacon Inheritance Ritual Administrator 168
34 2019-12-14 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 152
35 2019-12-11 Holy Mountain - Taiwan Ancestor Temple Ritual Administrator 163
36 2019-12-10 Tati(Daixde) Hall Nov. 15th Ritual Prayer Nationwide for Peace and Blessings Administrator 163
37 2019-12-08 Changhua Tati(Daixde) Branch Annual Clean-up Administrator 160
38 2019-12-08 Holy Mountain Event Records Administrator 143
39 2019-12-07 Holy Mountain - Volunteering Fulfilling Wishes Administrator 151
40 2019-12-01 Tâi-uân Sîn-tō - Begin with the Heart, Spiritual Purification Lectures @ Hualien, Day 2 Administrator 176
 
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Newsflash


Former president Ma Ying-jeou yesterday makes a statement outside the Taipei District Prosecutors’ Office.
Photo: Liao Chen-huei, Taipei Times

Former President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) yesterday exercised his right to remain silent during questioning at the Taipei District Prosecutors’ Office as part of an ongoing inquiry into an alleged breach of financial regulations during the sale of three media companies formerly run by the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT).