Tai Ji Men offers traditional Chinese wisdom and promotes peace, love, and conscience. It also fights for human rights, including FoRB and tax justice.
Yi Chan walked for thirteen days witnessing for tax and legal reform and arrived in Kaohsiung on May 20, the day of love.
Falsified by Stalin and now Putin, Tolstoy’s thought was that war is senseless but injustice remains intolerable and should be resisted through non-violent means.
Since the 19th century, Theosophy and other spiritual organizations have promoted universal brotherhood. So does today Tai Ji Men.
Peace is the most important expression of human sociality, and always goes hand in hand with justice. Peace in Taiwan needs a solution of the Tai Ji Men case.
On U.N. International Day of Living Together in Peace, scholars and human rights activists called for acknowledging injustice and restoring justice for Tai Ji Men.
How Article 19 and Article 18 (UDHR) are connected. and why journalists and faith communities need each other
Black Magic, False “Victims,” and “Religious Fraud”: Parallels Between the Cases of the Unification Church in Japan and Tai Ji Men in Taiwan
While certain features of criticism against “cults” are international, others are typical of the Sinosphere and are present in both cases.
A look at the 2010 movie “The Book of Eli” offers the opportunity for indicting media who did not fully perform their duty in the long-lasting Tai Ji Men case.