The main logo featured the three interlocked numbers “100” in bold gold type, symbolizing the force of solidarity and the glory of stability, said foundation vice chairman Tsai Shih-ping. The main slogan is “Republic of China, Splendid for One Hundred” in Chinese.Splendid...splendid....let's see, where did they get that from? Wait, I know:
Advertising expert Fan Ko-chin, who sits on the preparatory committee, said the original proposal contained the words “nation building,” but they were dropped because they were deemed too sensitive.
Arable: That's some pig.Meanwhile the DPP shows that it is lightyears ahead of the KMT when it comes to hipness and media savvy with its ECFA Factbook that is a parody of Facebook. Must be seen and savored! Now that's terrific, splendid, and radiant.
Avery Arable: He's terrific.
Lurvy: He's radiant.
- The John Birch society says we should have some realism on China's military power.
- More financial integration across the Taiwan Strait.
- Gallup Poll on happiness says "Taiwan, province of China" is only 22% thriving compared to China at 9%. What does that mean?
- Asia Pacific Greens volunteer training
- Greenpeace with new report on the 20 year effort by the fossil fuel industry to foster doubt and denial of global warming.
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