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2019.8.28 最後更新
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The Graveyard At The Center Of Taiwan's White Terror Period

The Graveyard At The Center Of Taiwan's White Terror Period

Scattered on the slopes of a public cemetery on the outskirts of Taipei lie the graves of hundreds victims of the White Terror.
2016.2.24
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What My Lesbian Mother Taught Me: An Interview With Director Huang Hui-Chen

What My Lesbian Mother Taught Me: An Interview With Director Huang Hui-Chen

Being the daughter of a lesbian, I had a very painful childhood. This suffering wasn't due to my mother being a lesbian, but because of discrimination from others.
2016.5.6
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For Some In Hong Kong, The Next Step Should Be Independence

For Some In Hong Kong, The Next Step Should Be Independence

Writer Patrick Cheng speaks to his peers about the kind of political future they want for Hong Kong. For some, it’s all about declaring independence.
2016.9.29
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From A 1 Person March To 250,000 Strong: Chi Chia-Wei's LGBT-Rights Marathon

From A 1 Person March To 250,000 Strong: Chi Chia-Wei's LGBT-Rights Marathon

Who is Chi Chia-wei ? He is“the first openly gay Taiwanese person”and “senior LGBT activist”. He attends pride parades on his own, stands out from the multitude by waving his huge signature rainbow flag, each year.
2016.12.15
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These Are The Tyrants And Robber Barons Of The 228 Massacre

These Are The Tyrants And Robber Barons Of The 228 Massacre

A year and a half before the 228 Massacre, the Chinese Nationalists were busy robbing Taiwan in broad daylight.
2017.2.20
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The 228 Massacre In Taipei: “Forced Into A Car, Never To Return”

The 228 Massacre In Taipei: “Forced Into A Car, Never To Return”

Seven decades after the 228 Massacre, survivors and relatives in Taipei city and Taipei county recount their experience and anguish.
2017.2.20
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The 228 Massacre In Keelung: “Thrown In The Water With His Hands Tied Up"

The 228 Massacre In Keelung: “Thrown In The Water With His Hands Tied Up"

Victims’ families in Keelung and Badu recount the horrors they witnessed during the 228 Massacre and the 308 Massacre.
2017.2.22
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The 228 Massacre In Alishan: "All We Have Left Are Ashes And Bones"

The 228 Massacre In Alishan: "All We Have Left Are Ashes And Bones"

The Tsou people of Alishan talk about their families’ suffering during the 228 Massacre and White Terror period.
2017.2.27
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The 228 Massacre In Chiayi: "The Airport And Train Station Were Washed With Blood"

The 228 Massacre In Chiayi: "The Airport And Train Station Were Washed With Blood"

The families of 228 Massacre victims in Chiayi recount the losing battle of the local militias and the senseless violence that came afterwards.
2017.2.26
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Same-Sex Marriage Gets Its Day In Taiwan’s Highest Court

Same-Sex Marriage Gets Its Day In Taiwan’s Highest Court

Taiwan’s most prominent LGBT activist makes an impassioned plea for marriage equality in Taiwan’s highest court.
2017.3.24
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Life Under Martial Law: "Teacher, I'm Not Chinese"

Life Under Martial Law: "Teacher, I'm Not Chinese"

Writer Chen Rou-jin talks about her identity crisis as a high school student during the martial law period, and how it affects her to the present day.
2017.6.15
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Life Under Martial Law: "I Was On My Classmates' Blacklist"

Life Under Martial Law: "I Was On My Classmates' Blacklist"

A child of the martial law period talks about how its influence persisted even after it ended, and how she was "blacklisted" by her classmates for not crying at the former president's funeral.
2017.6.17
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Life Under Martial Law: The Miseducation Of A Party-State Youth

Life Under Martial Law: The Miseducation Of A Party-State Youth

Writer Chen Tsui-lien says the KMT’s party-state education system was an efficient brainwashing apparatus. But when the cracks started to appear, the entire system came crashing down.
2017.7.10
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When People Pray, Are They Throwing Their Hopes Into A Void? An Interview With Director Huang Hsin-Yao

When People Pray, Are They Throwing Their Hopes Into A Void? An Interview With Director Huang Hsin-Yao

The award-winning director of the “The Great Buddha+” gives his thoughts on religion, filmmaking, and making a life plan.
2017.10.9
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Prelude To A Storm: The Zhongli Incident, 40 Years Later

Prelude To A Storm: The Zhongli Incident, 40 Years Later

Forty years after the Zhongli Incident, former DPP chairman Hsu Hsin-liang revisits Taiwan's first step towards democracy.
2017.11.17
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The Taiwanese Anime Film Making Everyone Weepy-Eyed For Their Childhoods

The Taiwanese Anime Film Making Everyone Weepy-Eyed For Their Childhoods

In this special discussion, five authors talk about the impact of “On Happiness Road” and its ability to transport viewers to another era.
2018.1.13
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The Tattoos Resurrecting Taiwan’s Forgotten War

The Tattoos Resurrecting Taiwan’s Forgotten War

Sixty-five years ago, these Korean War POWs were determined to be repatriated to the Republic of China on Taiwan. The price was a tattoo that proved their loyalty.
2018.5.2
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What's Beyond The Finish Line? Countdown For Macau’s Racing Greyhounds

What's Beyond The Finish Line? Countdown For Macau’s Racing Greyhounds

Macau’s greyhounds face an uncertain future as the city’s only legal dog-racing course shuts down.
2018.7.3
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They Used To Be Anti-Communist, But Now They Play To Beijing's Tune

They Used To Be Anti-Communist, But Now They Play To Beijing's Tune

The Concentric Patriotism Alliance has evolved from an anti-communist organization to become Taiwan’s most zealous supporter of unification.
2018.7.5
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Between Migrant Workers And Local Taiwanese, There Is Music

Between Migrant Workers And Local Taiwanese, There Is Music

Made up of five migrant workers from Indonesia, boy band “The Mandalas” is using music to bridge the gap between local Taiwanese and the country’s growing South-east Asian community.
2018.8.5
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Deng Shijie: The City And The City: Migrant Workers Are Getting Pushed Out Of Shenzhen

Deng Shijie: The City And The City: Migrant Workers Are Getting Pushed Out Of Shenzhen

For migrant labourers working in Shenzhen, living in an “urban village” is the only affordable option. But now even that is under threat.
2018.9.26
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Fan Zhijie: How The Uyghurs Vanished From Daily Life In China

Fan Zhijie: How The Uyghurs Vanished From Daily Life In China

Uyghur vendors were once a staple of cities all across China, now they’ve all but disappeared, says writer Fan Zhijie.
2018.10.24
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Marriage Equality Is On The March At The Taiwan LGBT Pride Parade

Marriage Equality Is On The March At The Taiwan LGBT Pride Parade

With the upcoming marriage equality referendum on everyone’s mind, Pride Parade-goers were asked to “vote for the rainbow”.
2018.10.27
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Nojima Tsuyoshi: As Taiwan Marches Towards Populism, Japan Gets A Sense Of Deja Vu

Nojima Tsuyoshi: As Taiwan Marches Towards Populism, Japan Gets A Sense Of Deja Vu

Veteran journalist Nojima Tsuyoshi says Japan paid more attention to the 2018 local elections in Taiwan than any other. He gives three reasons why Taiwan’s populist wave will have a big impact on Taipei-Tokyo relations.
2018.11.24
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How Kaohsiung Got Swept Up In The “Han Kuo-Yu Wave”

How Kaohsiung Got Swept Up In The “Han Kuo-Yu Wave”

Kaohsiung was supposed to be a DPP stronghold. So why did residents plunk for the KMT’s Han Kuo-yu in this year’s election?
2018.11.24
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Nathan Batto: Taiwan's 2018 Election Was About Local Issues, Not China

Nathan Batto: Taiwan's 2018 Election Was About Local Issues, Not China

Nathan Batto, one of Taiwan's most astute political watchers dissects the results of the 2018 local elections.
2018.11.25
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Chen Si-hao:Fear Stifles Discussion For Same-Sex Marriage In Taiwan

Chen Si-hao:Fear Stifles Discussion For Same-Sex Marriage In Taiwan

Chen Si-hao says the Christian church strangled the same-sex marriage debate in Taiwan. Do LGBTQ groups have any hope of clawing back the discussion space?
2018.11.25
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Chen Mei-Hua: Taiwan's Unjust And Uncivilized Referendum On Same-Sex Marriage

Chen Mei-Hua: Taiwan's Unjust And Uncivilized Referendum On Same-Sex Marriage

Chen Mei-hua says Taiwan's 2018 referendum questions on same-sex marriage and gender equity were unconstitutional.
2018.11.25
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On June 4 1989, They Were On Opposing Sides. Now, They Meet And Shake Hands

On June 4 1989, They Were On Opposing Sides. Now, They Meet And Shake Hands

They were at different ends of the gun during the Tiananmen Square protests. One was a PLA soldier, the other a pro-democracy advocate. Fate arranged for them to meet in Taipei, 30 years later.
2019.5.31
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Fighting "My City's Endgame" at the Age of 18: The Hope and Despair of Hong Kong's Youth

Fighting "My City's Endgame" at the Age of 18: The Hope and Despair of Hong Kong's Youth

Among the 358 protestors encircled by police during Hong Kong's anti-extradition campaign on June 9, 80% of them were between the ages of 16 to 25.
2019.6.11
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Simon Lau: Say Hello To China's New Model For Controlling Hong Kong

Simon Lau: Say Hello To China's New Model For Controlling Hong Kong

Writer Simon Lau Sai Leung says the extradition bill is the nail in the coffin for Hong Kong's autonomy under "One Country, Two Systems."
2019.6.13
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Meet 8 People From Hong Kong's 2 Million Person March

Meet 8 People From Hong Kong's 2 Million Person March

Writer Lu Yu and photographer Chan Long Hei interview 8 participants of Hong Kong's historic 2 million person march to protest the China extradition bill.
2019.6.17
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Meet the Taiwanese Reporter who Spent 40 Days at the 1989 Tiananmen Square Protests

Meet the Taiwanese Reporter who Spent 40 Days at the 1989 Tiananmen Square Protests

Veteran photo-journalist Hsieh San-tai received his political education during the Tiananmen Square protests in 1989. Thirty years later, he's finally ready to show his images to the public.
2019.5.30
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Louder than Bombs: The Photo Negatives Exposing the Truth of the Tiananmen Square Protests

Louder than Bombs: The Photo Negatives Exposing the Truth of the Tiananmen Square Protests

The Reporter interviews legendary Chinese photographer Xu Yong, a witness to the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, and the author of the new photo book Negative/Scan.
2019.5.30
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Taiwan's Path to Pangolin Conservation : How a Mega Pangolin Leather Exporter Transformed into a Conservation Specialist

Taiwan's Path to Pangolin Conservation : How a Mega Pangolin Leather Exporter Transformed into a Conservation Specialist

2019.6.24
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How Does Taiwan Rescue Pangolins, a Species Almost Impossible to Treat in Captivity?

How Does Taiwan Rescue Pangolins, a Species Almost Impossible to Treat in Captivity?

Keeping rescued Pangolins alive is challenging for that they often die within 100 days of captivity.Taiwan, however, has become the most experienced pangolin conservationist in the world in the past two decades.
2019.7.12
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How Did Taiwanese Researchers and Citizens Collaborate to Create World Records in Pangolin Conservation?

How Did Taiwanese Researchers and Citizens Collaborate to Create World Records in Pangolin Conservation?

In Taiwan, researchers broke records by tracking down pangolins for eight years. They even filmed the world's first footage of a wild pangolin feeding its baby. The key to success is the collaboration with local residents.
2019.7.23
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The First Hand Testimony from Xinjiang "Re-Education Camps"

The First Hand Testimony from Xinjiang "Re-Education Camps"

Even though the Chinese government denied the inhuman treatments in the camps, the victims' testimonies are denouncing the Chinese government's lies.
2019.7.31
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Desperate Message from Han People in "Re-Education Camps" in Xinjiang

Desperate Message from Han People in "Re-Education Camps" in Xinjiang

A relative to Han victims tell us that victims in “re-education camps” in Xinjiang are not limited to ethnic minorities. Through her words, we discover how “listed” Han people in Xinjiang are systematically oppressed, disc…
2019.8.2
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