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2019/04/03 | Yung Lin
Has Taiwan's Sunflower Movement Had a Wider International Effect?
Taiwan's 2014 Sunflower Movement has also influenced the country's diplomatic strategy.
2019/04/02 | David Evans
The KMT Paradox: The Anti-Communist Party or the 'One China' Party?
Chiang Kai-shek once called communism 'a disease of the heart.' Kaohsiung mayor Han Kuo-yu now describes Taiwan and China as partners in an 'arranged marriage' who are now 'madly in love.'
2019/04/01 | TNL Staff
Explaining the Rumors About Taiwan's Planned F-16 Purchase From the US
Answering some common questions on Taiwan's request to purchase F-16V fighter jets from the United States.
2019/03/29 | Cat Thomas
INTERVIEW: Tobie Openshaw on Taiwan's Sunflowers, Indigenous Rights & Democracy
Videographer Tobie Openshaw on how his experiences in early adulthood shaped his life, his memories of the Sunflower Movement, and his ever-expanding list of projects.
2019/03/28 | Milo Hsieh
President Tsai Calls for US Support of Taiwan in Address to Heritage Foundation
Tsai Ing-wen, speaking to the conservative Heritage Foundation, said Taiwan needs US support to maintain its democracy and avoid the 'Hong Kong model' amid threats of Chinese influence and interference.
2019/03/27 | New Mandala
INDONESIA: Which Candidates Are Running on Islamic Identity?
Candidates for legislative office in Indonesia's upcoming elections seem hesitant to latch onto polarizing religious rhetoric.
2019/03/27 | The Interpreter
ANALYSIS: Bringing Transitional Justice to the Youth of Cambodia
Cambodia's young people are connecting digitally to the history of the murderous Khmer Rouge.
2019/03/26 | Daphne K. Lee
Taiwan's Pursuit of Happiness: Can We Trust the World Happiness Report?
Taiwan is ranked as the happiest country in East Asia, but the jury is out on what that actually means.
2019/03/26 | TIME
China Cuts Nearly 2 Minutes of LGBT Content From Bohemian Rhapsody
Moviegoers were left confused by censorship in the Chinese release of Bohemian Rhapsody.
2019/03/25 | Nick Aspinwall
Southeast Asian Workers Rally to Protest Sexual Abuse, Poor Labor Standards
Migrant workers gathered at Taipei Main Station on Sunday to protest the third-party brokerage system, sexual harassment of female workers, and the government's inaction in affirming human rights for Southeast Asian workers.
2019/03/25 | Brian Hioe
Daguan Residents Remain Threatened Despite Temporary Halt to Demolition
A temporary halt to the demolition of Daguan Community, a military dependents village in New Taipei, has not answered the question of what comes next for its residents.
2019/03/25 | Mong Palatino
MALAYSIA: Women's Day Organizers Probed for Sedition After Controversy
At least seven Women's Day march organizers in Malaysia were told by police they could face sanctions for possible violations of the Sedition Act and Peaceful Assembly Act.