Saturday, April 5, 2014
For a country that considers baseball its national sport, it may sound strange that for a long time Taiwan has not had a baseball hall of fame to honor those who made significant contributions to the development of baseball in the country.
Friday, April 4, 2014
Now in its third week, the occupation of the Legislative Yuan, also known as the Sunflower Movement, has entered a surreal stage., 3 Comments
Thursday, April 3, 2014
President Ma Ying-jeou looks like a pushover who is afraid of disciplining his little wayward and unruly brats., 9 Comments
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
A military green jacket is a necessity for people who love Taiwan. No matter where you stand on the “Sunflower Movement,” you should take a look at this military green jacket. Once you put it on, your mind clears up immediately and your speech becomes methodical. You will not hesitate to speak up in front of a crowd. An excellent jacket, a jacket that combines fashion and hot topics., 16 Comments
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Hundreds of thousands gathered on Ketagalan Blvd. in front of the Presidential Office in Taipei yesterday, nearly two weeks after a group of protesters occupied the Legislative Yuan to oppose a controversial service trade pact with China., 2 Comments
Monday, March 31, 2014
In every society are leaders, followers and those who oppose. Opinions are conveyed in every manner possible, and from this stemmed the Chinese saying, “the same rice raised a hundred kinds of people,” as well as the age-old cry for us to respect conflicting voices. We're sure these sayings were taken to heart., 2 Comments
Sunday, March 30, 2014
The government has been consistently defending the controversial cross-strait service trade pact by claiming that it is a crucial step for Taiwan to join the world of free trade.
Saturday, March 29, 2014
After the storming of the Executive Yuan by protesters on late Sunday and their subsequent eviction by police, the Sunflower Movement (also known as the Occupy Legislative Yuan Movement) seemed for a time to be moving toward de-escalation., 1 Comment
Friday, March 28, 2014
On March 7, a court in Taoyuan handed down lenient sentences, ranging from six to eight months, to all 18 defendants involved in the high-profile case of the death of Army Corporal Hung Chung-chiu (洪仲丘).
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Much has been said among political pundits in Taipei about a referendum — or to be more exact, a plebiscite — that may make Taiwan an independent, sovereign state like Crimea. On March 16, a referendum was held in Crimea and 93 percent of eligible voters voted for secession from Ukraine, within which it was an autonomous parliamentary republic governed by its own constitution., 6 Comments