- Drew chronicles our century ride out to Mingde Reservoir.
- Scott Sommers' new book is out.
- Todd does the Jungliao loop
- Ma again with the pro-China rhetoric, J Michael has Taipei Times editorial
- Michella chronicles some foodies in love with Taitung.
- Cycling Satin Cesena on the reservoir ride.
- Tibetan Buddhists are clearly disloyal to the ROC
- Letters from Taiwan with some hard hitting stuff lately, this one on the Ag Minister's almost threat to cut funding for a park if the KMT candidate in Taichung doesn't win.
- The Foreigner has some interesting predictions on future Nobel Peace Prize winners.
- Sinocentric finds a hack on TIers in the Chinese press.
- Steve Crook's new book reviewed at My Several Worlds.
- Cannibal cows of Taichung
- Japan Focus: Liu Xiaobo and the troubled history of Chinese liberalism. Also, Mark Seldon on US hegemony in East Asia
- NT to surge past 30?
- Firms dumping unauthorized stuff in landfills near dams in Taiwan? Who could have imagined it? And why are there landfills next to dams in the first place?
- Songshan airport area residents want more cash.
- Japanese, Taiwanese chip makers forge deals to challenge Korea.
- Blumenthal points out that it is Washington, not Taipei, that is unreliable.
- Cool: Taiwan-Germany launch work exchange program.
- Sec Gates says US has national interest in China sea disputes. If only our elites had the courage and common sense to pull out of Afghanistan, they'd make this a lot more credible.
- Taiwan in talks with Indonesia over island development
- Taiwan problem in US-China relations. PRC belligerance brings Taiwan in from the cold.
- President Ma says Taiwan belongs to ROC. Looks like that Harvard diploma isn't worth the paper it was printed on.
- Ministry of Justice moves on vote buying ahead of elections.
- CSIS with video on South China Sea situation. Oh, and paid for by defense firm UTC.
- The global tsunami of aging.
- Asia Sentinel on China's South Sea claim
- Taiwan activists use film against death penalty.
The American Institute in Taiwan - Kaohsiung Branch in conjunction with the Sun Yat-sen University American Center will be continuing the "American Footsteps in Southern Taiwan" exhibition in Tainan (please see cut out and weblink to AIT-K)._______________________
This link is to the first exhibition held in Kaohsiung -- http://w5.kcg.gov.tw/khm/exhibit/American-en/index.htm
9/29/2010 - 11/30/2010 - American Footsteps in Southern Taiwan Exhibit In cooperation with the Tainan City Government Culture and Tourism Bureau and the America Center located at National Sun Yat-sen University, AIT Kaohisung Branch Office is pleased to present "American Footsteps in Southern Taiwan" exhibit at the Koxinga Museum located in Tainan from September 29 to November 30. The exhibit features stories of U.S. interaction with southern Taiwan in a key era from 1950-80.
http://www.ait.org.tw and type in "American Footsteps in Taiwan" in the search box.
http://www.ait.org.tw/en/american-footsteps-in-southern-taiwan.html (UPDATED as of last week with a video clip)
AIT-Taipei will be holding the "American Footsteps in Taiwan" (which will encompasses all Taiwan) exhibition from 12/17/2010 to 1/24/2011 in Taipei at the National Library. More to follow. AIT will post the announcement on the AIT webpage.In order to make this event the best it can, LTC Scott J. Ellinger humbly requests support from people who were once stationed in Taiwan to contribute to this exhibition. The military portion of the exhibition will make up about half of the displays. Please send old awards, photos, welcome booklets, anything that brings back the memories...Please contact LTC Ellinger at email@example.com
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