Stories about Taiwan (ROC)
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A significant volume of disinformation on Taiwan social media networks may be coming from “content farms” with China's Communist Party.
"...if you see Lee Mingche confess against his will in court....please forgive him. This is just another drama staged by the Chinese government."
"A majority [of media workers in Hong Kong] have expressed an increasing pressure which results in deliberate self-censorship."
A mainland Chinese netizens’ movement aimed at silencing pro-independence Taiwanese "through civilized methods” has become a humourous emoji battle and a tech lesson in scaling the Great Firewall of China.
When Facebook became accessible in mainland China, trolls descended on a Taiwanese politician. What might happen if Facebook were to become permanently accessible in China?
"This is so counterproductive I almost died laughing. This whole thing simply helps Tsai Ing-wen's campaign"
"I wish this precious experience can help our 'new friends' see a full picture of Taiwan's democracy, freedom and diversity. Welcome, all of you, to the world of Facebook!"
According to Amnesty International, the 16-year old Amos Yee is the youngest prisoner of conscience in the world today.
"Before we label it as "indecent" and "obscene", a body is just a body, a part of the human self." Taiwanese women speak up for the #FreeTheNipple campaign.