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Agriculture, Culture, Diplomacy, Economy, Energy, Ethics, Food, Gender, Globalization, Health, Human Rights, Innovation, Justice, Labor, Migration, Peace, Poverty, Security, Sustainability, Technology, Trade, Youth
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I am currently a MA student in international study at National Chengchi University, Taiwan. I would like to share and exchange ideas and opinions with everyone here about the current issues such as food security, gender equality, public diplomacy, and Latin America study etc.

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The Taiwanese Strawberry Generation is Bring the Social Movement from the Keyboard to the Street

Posted on August 19, 2013 at 2:27am 0 Comments

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     53 large scale protests, 48 demonstrations, and 760,000 people on the street, 2013 is so far the most challenging year for Taiwan.

     There are various protests this year, from the anti-media monopoly protest, NO Nuke demonstration, call for…


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