Lee Ming-che’s case, which has terrifying implications, is summarily ignored by Western liberals who would otherwise support human rights.
The message was clear – if the long arm of Chinese law finds you, you have no legal recourse. Lee Ming-che is the most recent casualty.
One year after President Tsai’s apology to indigenous peoples shows that Taiwan has improved in only some areas so far.
For Taiwan to maintain even just the status quo, it has to consolidate an identity unique in the world. Singapore is a reference point.
Contrary to what foreign media might want to believe, the new cabinet reshuffle in Taiwan is about reforms at home, not about China.