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· November, 2006

Stories about Taiwan (ROC) from November, 2006

Taiwan: Old Taipei market

Max Lin, citizen reporter at Ohmynews!, has put up three informative reports on the history of Old Taipei market: The Old Markets of Taipei; ‘Temporary’ Shilin Market a Permanent Hit;...

Taiwan: handicapped VS. foreign maids

A report at interlocals.net by torrent on the recent debate between handicapped alliance and foreign maids on granting the migrant domestic workers basic labour rights in Taiwan.

China, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan: acquittal rate

Chinese law prof blog compares acquittal rate among China, U.S, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan.

China: Put the E back in APEC

The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum came to a harmonious enough end this Sunday with all twenty-one member nations agreeing to renew calls for North Korea to put an end...

China: Touchy topics

BBS forums used to be the venue of choice to make oneself seen and heard in the Chinese blogsphere, until blogs came along and most of the biggest and best...

Taiwan: Gravel

Michael Turton has a very well written post about Taiwan's development and environment in term of gravel supply.

Taiwan: terrorist blogger

ESWN translates some reports and posts about a blogger in Taiwan who blogged about various ways to depose President Chen Shui Bian. The blogger is now investigated by the Criminal...

Taiwan: corruption case

Sun bin studied President Chen Shui-Bien's self-defence of the corruption charge.

Taiwan: Former Justice Minister

The former Minister of Justice, Chen Ding-nan passed away in the midst of the President corruption scandal. Levitator has more background on the Chen.

South Korea: who are US allies?

Robert Koehler comments on a commentary by Philadelphia Inquirer columnist which was viewed by Korean media a “naked expression of anti-Korean sentiment”. In the article, the columnist called Japan and...

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