Friday, May 18, 2007

Daily links May 18

Lots to give thanks for in the blogs today....
  • The Foreigner makes a classic I'm-not-making-this-up find: The China Post claims that Chiang Kai-shek was Supreme Comander of the Allied Forces in WWII in an editorial entited: Chiang Fought For Democracy.

  • A-gu comments on the Farm Cooperative law changes. They are absolutely crucial for the future of the DPP here, and to understanding how the KMT's grip on the rural area works. Several of us are planning to have blogposts up on this issue soon.

  • Taoyuan nights blogs on the changes in the ARC and entry requirements.

  • Taiwan Airpower has some fantastic pictures of the freeway landings by Taiwan fighter aircraft this week.

  • What's going on in music around the island? The Real Taiwan has a great list of things to listen to.

  • Pinyin News finds a sign. How many mistakes can you find in it?

  • Media: Former present Lee off to Japan. And stay tuned for more drama in the saga of the fighter that went down in Hukou last week.
    PICS: The Daily Someone offers one local person a day. Gem has some great videos of her experiences in Taiwan up.