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How China Lost Taiwan
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Each year since it happened, Taiwanese have in one way or another commemorated the incident, an ill-fated Taiwanese insurrection on Feb. The Sunflower movement helped make politics cool in Taiwan. That youthful activism has since carried over to other activities like Gongsheng. The recently founded New Power Party , led by popular heavy metal band Chthonic front man, Freddy Lim, hopes to register , members by the end of March, and says it will run candidates in the general election. The newly politically conscious youth have coagulated around inclusive civic ideals and a strong distaste for partisan politics.
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As China Becomes Less Attractive to Foreigners, Can Taiwan Win Them Over?
Internet censorship, air pollution, traffic jams, food security, lack of personal freedoms, rising cost of living and an increasingly assertive nationalism. Those are only some of the problems I encountered during my nine years living in Beijing. China desperately needs to expand its foreign workforce, but in the past two years the country has clearly become less attractive for foreigners. I should state from the outset that my exodus from China was part of a wider trend.
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With the first truly democratic election in history for a Chinese president only a few days away, 20, supporters of the Democratic Progressive Party DPP , which stands for full Taiwanese independence, were holding a rally in which the burning of an effigy of Deng Xiaoping was only a sideshow. Also reminiscent of Tiananmen Square seven years ago were the professors and young intellectuals who conducted seminars on the history of Taiwan with hundreds of young people squatting on the ground, while excited demonstrators buttonholed every foreign journalist in sight to tell them of the iniquities of the president and the KMT, and to explain that while Taiwanese were ethnic Chinese, politically they were independent. Peking would have called what was being declaimed in that square subversive, but it was something else. It was the kind of energetic, frantic, and occasionally libelous political discourse that one can still hear on Hyde Park Corner. Some said that Lee had been a Communist in his university days in Taipei.