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Hong Kong Protesters Defiant
Night fell on Hong Kong, and so did a huge thunderstorm, although neither darkness nor rain appeared to dampen the spirits of thousands of defiant protesters whose numbers are growing. The protesters are said to be stockpiling fresh supplies and continue to press their demands for democratic reforms previously promised by Beijing.

Students are demanding that Hong Kong chief Executive C.Y. Leung appear in person to explain Sunday's violent crackdown on the protesters. Tomorrow is ...(more)
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Hong Kong’s Occupy Central protest disrupts traffic as residents demand democracy
As the Hong Kong protests entered their third day, traffic and business in many parts of the city remained at a standstill. But with the city’s chief executive insisting that Beijing will not bend and protesters vowing to remain until their demands are met, there was still little hope of compromise.

To battle the tear gas and pepper spray used by police to disperse crowds, many wear ...(more)
Former DPP chairman says that Taiwan cannot let Hong Kong stand alone
The Hong Kong protests reverberate strongly in Taiwan, which is also claimed by China. Former DPP Chairman Su Tseng-chang has warned that Taiwan must stand with the people of Hong Kong or face additional pressure from China in the future.

The Occupy Central movement has increased political tension on both sides of the Taiwan Strait. President Ma Ying-jeou held a National Security Council ..(more)
Students to gather on Wednesday at Liberty Plaza in solidarity with Hong Kong
Hong Kong’s struggle for democracy has inspired university groups in Taiwan to host parallel events to show solidarity. Tomorrow evening many will congregate in Taipei’s Liberty Square to support those struggling for democracy.

Hong Kong’s Occupy Central movement has inspired students at Taiwan’s major universities. Posters and signs can be found within the campus of National Chengchi ..(more)
Closer ties with China make life difficult for many in Hong Kong
Mainland Chinese have gradually increased their influence and presence in Hong Kong ever since retrocession in 1997 and the signing of an economic partnership agreement in 2003. While an influx of capital has made some rich, many Hong Kong natives struggle to buy a home or even pay their day-to-day expenses.

37-year-old Bonnie works in the IT industry and earns more than HK$30,000 a ..(more)
Taiwan Wins Gold
On the first of day of taekwondo at the Asian Games, Taiwan’s Huang Yun-wen won gold in the women’s under-53-kilogram division.

This was Huang’s first time competing at the games. The 19-year-old fell behind in the first round of the final but outlasted her South Korean opponent Yoon Jeong-yeon to take gold. Taiwan also medaled in the women’s under-49-kilogram division when Sun Nuei-ning ..(more)
National Palace Museum arranges special exhibit of jadeite cabbage carvings
With the National Palace Museum’s “Meat-shaped Stone” ready to go on display in Japan, the museum has arranged a special exhibit of carvings in the shape of jadeite cabbages. It will include three classic pieces displayed together with the celebrated “Jadeite Cabbage with Insects.”

This is the “Small Jadeite Cabbage” from the Qing dynasty exhibited alongside the “Jadeite Cabbage Floral ..(more)
Continuing education agricultural classes a hit among farmers in Yunlin
In Yunlin farmers are taking advantage of classes that teach everything from agricultural techniques to marketing. The lessons help the farmers learn new ways of competing in this ever-changing occupation.

Students pack in by 7:30 in the morning. This is the agricultural college founded by the Yunlin County government. High demand means that farmers have to arrive early or wait until next ..(more)

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