Taiwanese and international scholars, human rights activists, and local whistleblowers asked for a political solution of an issue damaging the international image of Taiwan.
The nightmare started on December 19, 1996. Solidarity with Tai Ji Men is now a global phenomenon.
25 scholars and human rights activists from all over the world write to Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-Wen urging a solution for a case that has lasted for 25 years.
On the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, expert agreed that even today administrative oppression and unjust takes may reduce citizens to slaves.
Media and politicians were told this is a political human rights issue that should find a political solution.
The United Nations Day to eliminate violence against women was an opportunity to celebrate the brave female dizi who endured humiliations and suffering.
A webinar asked why Tai Ji Men, a movement internationally reputed for teaching tolerance, became itself victim of intolerance.
On United Nations Day, a webinar focused on transitional justice, freedom of religion or belief, and how justice can be restored for Tai Ji Men.
On International Day of Democracy, lecturers from different countries explained why the case is a test for Taiwan’s democratic transition.