陳瑞光

Remember the fallen 陳瑞光 who unfortunately died at an accident on Sept 15, 2014. Chen was a vital translator in chief at 318 Sunflower Movement. He led the translation team and contributed his efforts in soci...

Two Administrators, Two Results

Two different administrators, two different results. The brick wall to the left was built and left by the Japanese from Japanese colonial time, very nice one. The one to the right was built following Japanese c...

Recent Release of Taiwanese Identity Survey

From our friends at Taiwan Voice and Sources compiled by Election Study Center of National Chengchi University—Taiwanese Core Political Attitude Trend(1992-2014/06) from Election Study Center of National Ch...

Taiwan Deserves Its Sole Ownership

Taiwan's status quo is yet again brought to the international platform in a fierce way since China's spokeswoman claimed Taiwan's future should be decided by the people of China (the P.R.C.) and was thus confro...

Days without Cigarettes, Chang Yu-sheng

Days without Cigarettes a poem written by Wang Dan, the Chinese student movement leader a song translated and sung by Chang Yu-sheng, the Taiwanese singer a way Yu-sheng showed his support for Wang Dan at Ju...

Appendectomy Meeting 割闌尾志工會

Appendectomy a term used to refer to "cut off" KMT Legislators because these Legislators don't function properly in society in political arena and they are believed to have prevented Taiwan from making progres...

If You Don’t Say Something, Who Will?

- Demonstrations? In Taiwan?!? The Swedish group I was leading around Isla Formosa, the beautiful Island – the Portuguese old name for this beautiful country – stared at me in disbelief. But yes, there were. I...

Nuclear Mock Crisis

These days are days of tensions with anxieties and concerns.  Citizens of Taiwan believe nuclear power plants that have been built aren't as safe as they are said be.  With Fukushima and Chernobyl as precedent ...

An Unprecedented Victory!

Chung Cheng Police Office District 1 has been protesters, civilians, social/student movement participants' biggest brutal trouble.  Chief, Fang Yang-ning (方仰寧, temp English translation), always ordered to have ...