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41 2022-02-19 Chin-fa Wu's "Mother", "Dark Night Mambo" and Ming-chuan Wu's "Island Girl", Father and Daughter New Book Sharing @ Taichung Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 60
42 2022-02-18 Mother Earth Waldrof School Visits Holy Mountain Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 107
43 2022-01-16 "Historical Eras of Dim Sum: Let's Start! Old Taichung!" New Book Sharing Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 109
44 2021-12-12 "Pieces the Missing Pages of History: Ming-cheng Chen(陳銘城) Human Right Collected Works" New Book Released @ Taichung Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 61
45 2021-11-16 Mr. Wu and His Friends Visit Holy Mountain Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 114
46 2021-10-17 Walking Along with 3Q "100 Hours, The Last Mile of Democracy" Day 5 Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 106
47 2021-10-16 Walking with 3Q Phek-ûi Tân(陳柏惟), Anti-Bullying Pre-departure Press Conference Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 115
48 2021-09-20 Visits Su Beng Heritage Museum Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 111
49 2021-09-05 Anti pro-China Curriculum & Hong Kong Anti-Extradition Youth Visit Holy Mountain Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 105
50 2021-05-29 Holy Mountain - Ant Nest, Yellow Hibiscus Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 110
 
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Newsflash


Participants in the Sunflower movement’s occupation of the Legislative Yuan’s main chamber are pictured on April 4 last year.
Photo: Chen Chih-chu, Taipei Times

Prosecutors yesterday filed charges against 118 people — including leading figures Lin Fei-fan (林飛帆), Chen Wei-ting (陳為廷), Dennis Wei (魏揚) and Huang Kuo-chang (黃國昌) — for their roles in the student-led Sunflower movement that occupied the main legislative chamber last year and subsequent rallies opposing what the protesters called the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) government’s opaque handling of a trade-in-services pact with China.