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Taiwan Tati Cultural and Educational Foundation

Millions to Inundate Tucheng

The Taiwanese people’s president, Chen Shui-Bien, is currently enduring political oppressions of unprecedented magnitude.  Those who are affiliated with him have, one by one, been arrested or detained by prosecutors and judges at the court; all are without protections under human rights or fair civil procedures.  The prosecutors and judges, affectively kowtowing to the “red” boss’s wills, immediately detained and hold their interested targets, based on the arbitrary reason of “suspect for conspiracies.”

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United, We Are Truly Powerful – The 908 Taiwanese National Movement Illuminating and Incandescent at Taichung

The 908 Taiwanese National Movement is formed by union of Taiwan’s pro-localization non-profit organizations with the aim of nation-building.  On November First of 2008 at Taichung Park’s “Reject China, Bless Taiwan, Rally for Folks” activity, several thousand (4000 to 5000) people pro-actively came and participated.  When President Chen Shui-Bien came, there permeated a poignant passion directed for nation-guarding and nation-building.  We, the Tati Cultural and Educational Foundation, are also invited to be a member of the organizing committee.

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Burning Oneself So Brightly

Emotionally stirring events have to use the method of making sacrifices to brew the drives and the dynamics.  When Professor Tsai Ting-Kuei (蔡丁貴) began his meditation protest in front of the Legislative Yuan on Oct. 25th, I personally went there to observe.  At that time, there were about 80 participants.

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Red Cops in Taiwan – Assaulting on Former President Chen Shui-Bien makes one a Double Ten Day VIP, Protesting against Zhang Ming-Qing is Prosecuted?!

Here comes Taipei’s cops again.  These “chip-on-the-shoulder” creatures always use obeying superiors’ orders as excuses to pay “special attention” to the “booth” for “Worshipping Taiwanese Divinities.”

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Newsflash


President Tsai Ing-wen, speaking at the Presidential Office building in Taipei yesterday, responds to Chinese President Xi Jinping’s speech marking the 40th anniversary of China’s 1979 “Message to Compatriots in Taiwan.”
Photo: Chu Pei-hsiung, Taipei Times

President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) yesterday said that Taiwan and its people would never accept a “one country, two systems” arrangement and urged China to bravely embark on the path to democracy to fully understand the minds of Taiwanese.