A well-known Italian novel calls our attention on the problems created when the role of conscience as moral compass is denied.
International Day of Conscience is always a special day for Tai Ji Men—and for those who support their fight for justice.
What can we do about the Tai Ji Men case? Keep telling the truth about the legal and social injustice is a good starting point.
While we seek truth for Tai Ji Men, we exercise our own religious liberty. No one on earth is excluded from the Tai Ji Men case.
In many parts of the world, minorities are repressed, and liberty is curtailed. Although Taiwan is a democracy, the Tai Ji Men case shows it also has problems.
The iconographic theme of the undressed Truth lifted out of a well by Time is a powerful metaphor for what happened to Tai Ji Men.
Working side by side with Bitter Winter, taijimencase.org will present the history of the Tai Ji Men case and will be a clarion call for truth and justice.
Two webinars on the U.N. Day for the Right to the Truth on Gross Human Rights Violation examined the respective role of slander and advocacy, and launched a new website.
A look at Taiwan’s history and problems, including one the West is not familiar enough with—Tai Ji Men.