Stories about Taiwan (ROC) from January, 2008
Torrent wrote an article at interlocals.net on the implication of the recent legislative election and its implications for minority parties.
Hsiang-Tai posted the documentary about the life of Hu Jia and Zheng Jinyan under the monitor of national security police. The Taiwan blogger pointed out that: If China really wants Taiwan back, please change yourself first! If not, sorry I would not agree Taiwan is a part of China.
A Fistful of Euros writes about Kosovo: “So we’re going to end up with a Balkan Taiwan: a de facto state without a UN seat, recognized by some nations but not others.”
Angry Chinese blogger listed out various story lines about the result of Taiwan Legislative Yuan Election.
ESWN writes an analysis on the Taiwan Legislative Yuan Elections, in particular on how the change in election system affected the result.
Fred blogs about his experience in playing with a new micro blog platform: soup.io. The blogger points out that it is a better tool for bridging media (mobile phone and internet), and it is a further step away from traditional media as micro blogging is usually an add on editing...
Ting Wo comments on KMT winning the Taiwanese elections.
Since the opening up of agricultural market, the vegetable price has be dropping by half in Taiwan. PipperL describes that a painful drop and a disaster for farmers (zh).