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· October, 2007

Stories about Taiwan (ROC) from October, 2007

Japan: Taiwanese chorus music to the ears

A video of an auditorium in Taiwan featuring 258 Taiwanese people watching and singing along to the lyrics of Japanese anime songs became a hit in Japan earlier this week...

Taiwan and Burma: Burmese Chinese in Taiwan

Coolloud has an interview with a Burmese Chinese, Yeung Yong Zhou. In the past, his family considered Taiwan as their mother country; however, when he started his study in Taiwan,...

Taiwan: 2007 Taiwan Pride Parade

On October 13th, the fifth Taiwan Pride Parade took place in the eastern district of Taipei. Close to fifteen thousand people joined in this activity. The theme this year is...

Taiwan: “Lust, Cautioin” and Debate on Patriotic traitor

As Ethan Hunt said in her blog (zh), Ang Lee's Lust, Caution aroused a debate on re-appraisal of the “patriotic traitors” during the anti-Japanese war (1937-1945) in Taiwan. The blogger...

China: Reporting 17 Party Congress

Rose Liu compared reporters’ concern on the 17th Party Congress (zh): western media's concern is more substantial than Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau's media. The former pay attention to economic...

China: Gamer flag controversy

Liu You-chen, a Taiwanese E-sport player, suddenly displayed a Republic of China flag while he accepted a bronze medal at the award ceremony of World Cyber Games (WCG) 2007, which...

Taiwan: Freeway Project

Michael Turton blogs about a 89 km freeway project between Suao and Hualien. The project has been opposed by environmental groups but back to agenda after the recent typhoon attack.

China: Sorry To Taiwan Fellow

Yesterday (October 10) is the national day of Republic of China. Bonnae from 1510.com takes the opportunity to say sorry to fellows in Taiwan. In respond to the news that...

Taiwan: Inflation

Michael blogs about the inflation problem in Taiwan.

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