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Fang-Yu Chen
Study political science at MSU. Tweet Taiwan, China, US, East Asia, political behaviors, authoritarian politics, democracy.
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Fang-Yu Chen 4h
How Does Asia Think About Taiwan and Its New Southbound Policy?
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Fang-Yu Chen 18h
a nice and precise video on Taiwan's current status, the election, and cross-strait relations
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Fang-Yu Chen Feb 24
Beijing-style censorship is everywhere
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Fang-Yu Chen Feb 20
Welcome to relocate in Taiwan
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William Yang Feb 17
Latest for - A new leaked document further reveals the extent of ’s mass-internment of and other Muslims in , including a wide range of reasons for detention and where do people go after leaving the camps.
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Arnaud Bodet Feb 14
Nancy Pelosi being quite blunt at , " is seeking to export its digital autocracy through its telecommunications giant , threatening economic retaliation against those who do not adopt their technologies."
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Fang-Yu Chen Feb 12
China's censorship has already gone global "Here’s How China Is Silencing Coronavirus Critics in the U.S." 來自
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Fang-Yu Chen Feb 12
"ICAO Twittergate-Taiwan scandal highlights deeper problems at the UN"
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Fang-Yu Chen Feb 11
CCP does not value human rights and controls the coercive institutions. I think Xi will be safe. After this epidemic, China will tighten the civil society even more. The Coronavirus Is a Stress Test for Xi Jinping
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Anders Corr, Ph.D. Feb 8
A Chinese government-funded think tank has assigned a label to each of America's 50 state governors: friendly, ambiguous, or hard-line. China is trying to do an end-run around the federal government by offering investment directly to states.
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Fang-Yu Chen Feb 6
As Coronavirus Crisis Intensifies, Beijing Continues to Play Politics Over Taiwan
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Fang-Yu Chen Feb 6
To my friends in the D.C. area: Please join the panel discussion held by "Dialogue China" on 2/7 about Taiwan's election and its implication. I will talk with Dr. David Keegan.
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Fang-Yu Chen Feb 4
We analyze Taiwan's general election on . Besides the China factor, the robust economy and liberal-value reforms that mobilize young voters are also important. Keyman for DPP's comback= , ,
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Fang-Yu Chen Feb 1
"Politics is Always No. 1"
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Fang-Yu Chen Feb 1
the last sentence is a master piece "We call upon ICAO to …… make clear publicly its understanding that freedom of expression must always supersede the political insecurities of member states."
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Fang-Yu Chen Feb 1
Replying to @statedeptspox @icao
the last sentense is a masterpiece
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Fang-Yu Chen Feb 1
Replying to @icao @hyipttwh
Yes, you did. Stop saying nonsense. This is a digital era and everything left record online. The internet world is operated by China where the government can delete what they do not like.
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Fang-Yu Chen Feb 1
Replying to @icao
contrary to your claims, ICAO block numerous contructive criticism for no reason. Oh, I should not say for no reason, because you blocked anything related to Taiwan.
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Stefano Pelaggi Jan 31
🇹🇼 Italy is the only European country with a ban for flights to - and forced to cancel all flight (one in Rome one in Milan) cause is of course a province of PRC - That's why pointing on policy is essential
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Fang-Yu Chen Jan 30
No wonder people now call WHO as CHO ”the Chinese government is to be congratulated for the extraordinary measures it has taken to contain the outbreak"
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