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2211 2009-06-26 Mountain of Immortals Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 974
2212 2009-06-25 Mailing Preparation for Tati Journal No. 32 (Part II) Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 595
2213 2009-06-24 Mailing Preparation for Tati Journal No. 32 (Part I) Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 745
2214 2009-06-21 Tati Board of Directors Meeting Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 865
2215 2009-06-20 Enchanced Drainage System and Prepared For Lotus Typhoon Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 1138
2216 2009-06-20 Field Trip to Holy Mountain for 228 Radio Station Program Pre-recoding Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 1098
2217 2009-06-19 Mr. Ku's Diary of Working at Holy Mountain (Part II) Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 904
2218 2009-06-18 Mr. Ku's Diary of Working at Holy Mountain (Part I) Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 981
2219 2009-06-14 Friends from 908 Republic of Taiwan Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 907
2220 2009-06-15 Strolling around Holy Mountain Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 1139
 
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Newsflash

Leaked US cables cast doubt on statements made by President Ma Ying-jeou’s (馬英九) administration that Taiwan’s presence at the World Health Assembly (WHA) was a result of direct communication with the WHO and that Taiwan’s designation as “Chinese Taipei” was acceptable and did not infringe on Taiwanese sovereignty.

Instead, the cables released by WikiLeaks suggest Beijing’s heavy involvement in the matter, with its insistence that Taiwan’s international participation be based on the “one China” principle.

For three consecutive years since 2009, Taiwan has taken part in the annual WHA meeting as an observer under the name “Chinese Taipei.” While Ma’s government has hailed the participation in the WHA as a major diplomatic achievement, it has been clouded by accusations that it has eroded Taiwan’s sovereignty.