Friendship is an important component of Tai Ji Men’s message. And many became friends fighting together against the injustices vested on them.
On July 13, a successful web conference remembered what happened, and highlighted the issues yet to be solved.
During the largest religious liberty gathering of 2021, panelists re-examined the long-lasting religious liberty and tax case in Taiwan.
Do legislative assemblies protect religious liberty? They should, but they do not always succeed, particularly when a country emerges from a non-democratic past.
The ineffectiveness of the Legislative Yuan in keeping rogue bureaucrats in check is part of a global crisis of parliamentarianism.
Taiwan’s Legislative Yuan tried to restore justice, but failed—why? Experts offered their answers on International Day of Parliamentarianism.
CAP-LC’s text documents a growing international problems, citing cases in France and the Tai Ji Men case in Taiwan
A woman peacefully protesting within the framework of the Tai Ji Men tax protests was arrested and mistreated.
A paper presented at an international conference held in Warsaw in January has now been published.