Taiwanese Embrace Own Identity as China-Born Ruling Party Celebrates Centennial
There are 1 comment on the Asia Pacific News .Net story from Oct 11, 2011, titled Taiwanese Embrace Own Identity as China-Born Ruling Party Celebrates Centennial. In it, Asia Pacific News .Net reports that:
Taiwan's ruling Nationalist Party and the Republic of China that it created celebrate their 100-year anniversary this week.
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#1 Oct 11, 2011
The ROC just celebrated their centennial and for the first time parts of the anthem of the non-Han and non-Nipponjen Naruwan Republic was heard all over the world.
It's sung ahead and then in parallel with the ROC anthem which is a symbolic recognition that Taiwan's First People are the Naruwans!
Taiwan Next means the Hans and Japanese were the next colonizers of the Island. They at last admit they are not 'Native Taiwanese'.
It's cool that both the KMT and DPP now accepts the truth and should take the next step to return the Island to the Naruwan Republic!
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