On July 13, a successful web conference remembered what happened, and highlighted the issues yet to be solved.
The Tai Ji Men Case
The Tai Ji Men tax case in Taiwan is exemplary of how even democratic states can undermine freedom of religion or belief by using ordinary bureaucracy and taxation in an unfair and intimidating way.
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.
UN Human Rights Council: 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.
How a beautiful property intended for a spiritual academy was half-destroyed by the maneuvers and carelessness of rogue tax bureaucrats.