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2015/10/14 | Sid Weng
South Korea Forcing Schools to Use Government-Issued History Textbooks
Opposing parties, students and scholars have criticized the government for distorting the history of South Korea, accusing the government for being against the democracy. More than 60 thousand professors disapprove the government's actions, along with dozens of university students, labor unions and religious and social movement organizations. Many citizens and student groups have taken to the streets and were driven away by the police.
2015/09/07 | 阿Ken
Investigation Report of Textbook Controversy Says Reporters Were Arrested According to Law
The three reporters that were arrested held a press conference in front of Taipei City Hall this morning and say the investigation report fails to clarify key points of their arrest. They also say reflection and advice of the city government are too empty and merely play around with words.
2015/08/06 | 阿Ken
Taiwan Ministry of Education Withdraws Lawsuit Against Students and Journalists
The police deprived the journalists of communication rights on the night of July 23, which severely damaged the freedom of press. The press will not accept the ministry’s despicable apology.
2015/08/01 | Zou Chi
Mother of Textbook Controversy Suicide Victim Speaks Out
Lin’s mother says, “It is the society and adults that are ailing. It is parents like me who have been brainwashed that naively ignore these conversations. We should start reflecting from the very beginning.”
2015/07/30 | Yang
Students Break into Government Buildings in Honor of Taiwan Textbook Controversy Suicide Victim
The anti new curriculum guideline alliance states that even if Lin’s suicide is blamed on his inability to deal with the stress, his death still calls on people to save the education of Taiwan.
2015/07/30 | Yang
20-year-old Spokesperson of Curriculum Controversy Commits Suicide
The 20-year-old student of Juang Jing Vocational High School was arrested last week for breaking into Ministry of Education and was ruled a NT$ 20,000 (approximately US$ 600) bail by the court.
2015/07/24 | Yuan
33 Protestors Break into the Ministry of Education
33 students and civilians protesting alterations made to curriculum guidelines climbed over the walls surrounding the Ministry of Education and broke into the building.