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Worshiping the Taiwanese Divinities

All articles shown in this category are translated by Leo Wang, member of Tati Youth Volunteer Corps, directly from the book, Taiwanese People Worshiping the Taiwanese Divinities, Rejecting to be a Rootless People by Dr. Yang Hsu-Tung, Chairman of Taiwan Tati Cultural and Educational Foundation.

An Analysis of the Unificationists' Mental Confusion

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The way to build a nation on Taiwan requires full utilization of various tactics: attacks, counter-attacks, and counter-advancements.  With president Chen Chui-Bien representing the Taiwanese sovereignty’s in the National Administration, the Taiwanese should master the Chinese Imperialists’ style of governance; in turn, applying such ruling method while governing the Chinese Imperialists.  Ruling a country is like doing a small time cooking.  With addition of spices, and without major changes, is capable of completing a full mountain of works while revealing the political ghosts’ and goblins’ conspiracies and thereby rendering all their plots unfeasible.

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Taiwan Becomes a Country, It's Coming!

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The first time the People’s Republic of China gets to have a voice at the United Nations is 1950.  It was the early period of CCP’s regime, and its Ministry of Foreign Relations had drafted up a list of individuals to serve as its ambassadors to the UN, to prepare a long-term warfare, and swore to expel Chiang Kai-Shek and company from the UN.  The Republic of China’s international standing was truly in peril.  If it wasn’t for an old friend - the United States’ strong support, the ROC would be long gone.

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Fight the Communists to Protect Taiwan

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In 1949, the old Chiang announced the Republic of China (ROC) is already dead.  1971 witnessed the elimination of the ROC name from the international arena and replaced by the People’s Republic of China (PRC).  Then, what the hell is the October 10th National Day celebrating?

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Newsflash

The New York Times ran a major feature about Prince of Tears (淚王子), a movie set in 1950s Taiwan that exposes the brutality of the White Terror, which may surprise readers in the US who know little about Taiwan’s bloody past.

The Hong Kong-datelined report, published on Tuesday, opens: “The story usually goes like this: China was taken over by Chairman Mao [Zedong (毛澤東)] and became a brutal Communist state. Taiwan broke free and became a vibrant democracy. The ugliness of the last half-century — persecution, martial law, mass execution — happened on the mainland.”