Stories about Taiwan (ROC) from April, 2008
Before an ancient Olympic Game, ancient Greek people ignited a torch before Temple of Olympian Zeus.[...] The torch holder would run and shout, 'stop wars to join the Olympics!' Where the torch went, where the war stopped.[...] Greek people went to the Olympic Game, and they forgot hatred and war. As a result, torch, which is a tool for sending signals, becomes a symbol for peace, light, and friendship.
Summer from Coolloud comments on the recent nationalistic protest in China and finds the populist sentiment very scary [zh].
winddriver compares the 314 Tibet incident with the 228 incident in Taiwan [zh].
Michael Turton comments on the newly elected president Ma Ying-jeou's visit to Chiang Kai-shek‘s mausoleum to commemorate the anniversary of the his death.