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Klaus Bardenhagen
German in Taipei • TV • Migrant • Xennial • Tweets Englisch & Deutsh •
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Klaus Bardenhagen 18m
Quite a good summary here by the BBC. Most reports on Taiwan still don't delve so deep: (The KMT) "traces its roots to the defeated nationalists in the Chinese civil war, who fled to Taiwan and continued to see the island as part of a greater China fro…
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Klaus Bardenhagen 5h
Interesting take on the situation of the KMT: "Ironically, as the KMT opposes the DPP’s government pension reforms, it is ignoring its own internal pension blackhole. ... the problem facing the KMT is not its vision, platform, or even generational confli…
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John Sudworth 9h
Watch our full 16 minute interview with President this weekend on BBC World News. We talk everything Taiwan: her re-election, what it means for China, the island's diplomacy and defence, and social change - the identity question, marriage equality and the death penalty.
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Klaus Bardenhagen 10h
Replying to @TaipeiUrbanism
Yeah... some context:
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Taipei Urbanism 11h
Originally slated to open in June 2018, the Taipei MRT circular line is opening and giving free test rides on January 19th 2020! This first phase includes 14 new stations and helps connects four different lines.
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Klaus Bardenhagen 11h
Replying to @Kentscheroo
That's why I don't argue. Merely pulling some threads,
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Klaus Bardenhagen 12h
Replying to @sbabones
The title is clickbait, agreed.
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Lisa L. 14h
(1/n) I've organized a list of resources from Taiwanese people about Taiwan. First, the one that came up most often when I asked Taiwanese friends "What do you think is a good source of news": 報導者 The Reporter For in-depth investigative journalism
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Klaus Bardenhagen 13h
"Taiwan's military has developed a solid defense plan. ... But the grave invasion threat facing the island is growing over time. Keeping pace with China's offensive power will be extremely difficult unless big changes are made to the way America does business in Asia."
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Klaus Bardenhagen 13h
Good article. "There are contracts in circulation which are obviously fraudulent. They contain hidden costs for applicants, or rather unfavorable working conditions. This constitutes a violation of both Serbian and German labor law."
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Klaus Bardenhagen 13h
"Auch dürften einzelne Branchen, zum Beispiel Hersteller von Klimaanlagen, mit einer höheren Nachfrage rechnen." Ja, das wäre natürlich total positiv.
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Klaus Bardenhagen 13h
The US' One China Policy merely acknowledges Beijing's stance on Taiwan (not recognizes) and takes no position itself regarding Taiwan's status.
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Klaus Bardenhagen 13h
Replying to @KaMaZhe @JungNaiv and 5 others
Libyen?
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Klaus Bardenhagen 13h
The Prague Taipei partnership agreement apparently is no big story in Czech news media.
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Klaus Bardenhagen 14h
Und ja, dass es keinen Bestandsschutz gab, war ein drastischer Schritt. Wobei viele Regelungen vorher wirklich extrem großzügig waren.
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Klaus Bardenhagen 14h
Für mich fallen Soldaten unter Beamte, aber okay, dann vielleicht Staatsdiener.
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Klaus Bardenhagen Jan 16
Please watch this thread for me while I am away enjoying a Twitter-free evening and see if the China Daily EU Bureau Chief can (or wants to) come up with a definition.
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Klaus Bardenhagen Jan 16
So what would constitute Taiwan independence in your view?
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Klaus Bardenhagen Jan 16
Replying to @MB4umi @JungNaiv and 5 others
Ja, das liegt aber an China und ist ein generelles Problem, das hat sich nicht die Bundesregierung ausgedacht.
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Klaus Bardenhagen Jan 16
Could you define "Taiwan independence"?
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