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2221 2009-06-13 Lession One: Weeding Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 889
2222 2009-06-12 Tell Stories of the Past by Dr. Yang Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 943
2223 2009-06-07 The Ritual Ceremony on the Fifteenth of May (Lunar Calendar) Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 799
2224 2009-06-06 The 51th Annual Alumni Association of the China Medical University, Taiwan Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 606
2225 2009-06-04 Ecological Environment in Holy Mountain Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 844
2226 2009-06-01 Planting Two of Taiwan's Unique Endangered Tree Species - Holy Mountain Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 928
2227 2009-05-31 A Guide to Lai-ho Literary Landscape Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 840
2228 2009-05-30 Cultivating Vegetables, Mowing Grass & Making Tea - Holy Mountain Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 956
2229 2009-05-29 Lai-ho Volunteer Day Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 907
2230 2009-05-28 The 115th Anniversary of Lai-ho's Brithday Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 726
 
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Newsflash

Comments that President Ma Ying-jeou made to an international news crew about the rescue efforts following Typhoon Morakot yesterday angered some of the storm’s victims after they were translated into Chinese.

While inspecting Jiaxian Township in Kaohsiung County, where Xiaolin Village was completely wiped out, Independent Television Network (ITN) reporter Rahit Kachroo asked Ma if Taiwan should have been better prepared for the storm, to which Ma replied, in English, that the villagers were caught by surprise, which contributed to the losses.