What happened after Saturday’s KMT victories? In Beijing, they say, Xi’s heart grew three sizes that day.
This Saturday, Taiwan will vote on no fewer than five referendums relating to gender equity and LGBTQ rights.
Is Taiwan attracting more and more loonies?
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Punishing sports people by denying them the chance to compete as part of a national political agenda is wrong.
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The company that once said it wouldn’t be evil has publicly touted its plans to launch a censored search engine in China.
It’s official: Google is ready and willing to scale the Great Firewall.
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10/10 is a very KMT celebration.
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The pope suffers his Chinese children to come unto him, via Beijing.