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eileen chengyin chow May 21
Love on campus 🇹🇼🏳️‍🌈
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Ali-son Mojdehi May 17
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M̸̨͌ǎ̵͎̹t̷͙̀̑t̸͎̊͆ May 17
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Lionel Piguet ⭐️⭐️ May 17
台灣好棒 🏳️‍🌈 🏳️‍🌈 🏳️‍🌈!!!!!! Well done Taiwan for legalising same-sex mariage! First Asian country to allow it, so proud to be part of that country.
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Patricia M Thornton May 22
Reuters: Balloon 'Tank Man' in marks 30 years since Tiananmen crackdown
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Wayne C. Yang 14h
Honestly, there’s no need to mention China here. What does with its unofficial embassy, especially in this case, doesn’t affect China at all since the PRC doesn’t have any jurisdiction over Taiwan. Mentioning will only confuse readers.
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Wayne C. Yang May 21
It’s time for President Tsai Ing-wen to fully pardon and free Pres. Chen Shui-bian. I’ve watched his videos and he looks like someone chronically taking meds. The KMT is lying to think that they aren’t corrupted. Corruption was why the KMT got kicked out of China.
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Wayne C. Yang May 17
1. In retrospective and a clearer mind (it’s a bit past noon here): The legalization of gay marriage is truly historic because it opens a new chapter of official understanding and support when it comes to people we usually consider to be “abnormal” /
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Wayne C. Yang May 20
Replying to @waynemusiker
Well for me, I am fascinated by pre-CCP Chinese history as studied by a relative who’s a history buff. Historical figures, popular Chinese idioms, the unique traditions and culture. The CCP, everything after 1949 (esp. after 1960s), isn’t part of this fascination.
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Patricia M Thornton May 17
President Tsai Ing-wen Claims Victory in Landmark Gay-Marriage Vote, although more than 70% of the public voted against gay marriage in November
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Wayne C. Yang 20h
Loved the Bob Dylan reference here. Bob Dylan envisioned a more open world with some of his songs, so does the current elected gov’t in . The legalization of same-sex marriage is a major starting point in this aspect and we’re in for more!
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Wayne C. Yang 5h
Dear , are you sure you can trust China to contribute to world health when they’re still using banned CFCs? Please make sure to include in your next . I’m annoyed at how hypocritical you have been at the expense of health issues:
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Patricia M Thornton May 19
Shelley Rigger: on (the) Edge. "for the first time in decades, I can see a plausible path to disaster in the Taiwan Strait."
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Tony White May 17
becomes the first Asian country to pass same-sex marriage bill.
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frugal local May 17
what a privilege helping out a friend at a local market selling taiwanese snacks
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Wayne C. Yang May 17
Replying to @waynemusiker
2. where stigmas rule relationships because we don’t know much of these “strange” people. At the end when we have to face them, we realize that they are no different from us and are as human as we are, with as much desire and potential to bettering /
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Wayne C. Yang May 23
The Office of the Pres. in is prolly the most responsive team I’ve ever seen, responding to all of my messages. If you ever have any concern or liked some things, e-mail them & they will respond. They really listen to the people. Not all politicians here (US) do it.
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雷歐_レオ May 18
I hope that more people can see the plight of Taiwan.
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かくは May 17
✨TAIWAN NEW SENSATION✨
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Wayne C. Yang May 20
Not surprised that China prioritizes politics over saving lives. Literally, families may be in panic because this very important $1 million of humanitarian aid was blocked. This shows the true colors of the CCP. They are a bully, to both and to those in need.
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