If observed and implemented, the “Golden Rule” is a sufficient guarantee for true justice. Tai Ji Men tries to observe it. We ask its persecutors to do the same.
Tai Ji Men
Why did I decide to devote a good part to my life to study religious minorities and religious liberty issues? A secular American philosopher had a role on this choice.
Argentina and Taiwan share a tragic past. Both have not totally dealt with its legacy.
Decades ago, Kuomintang lost a great occasion to promote real democracy and true justice, casting its dark shadow on the future. The Tai Ji men case shows it all too well.
Remembering the tragedy of 1947 is not only an academic exercise. It has clear implications for the present, including for the Tai Ji Men case.
In both countries the transition to democracy came with a promise of religious liberty but problems remained, as demonstrated by issues with new religious movements in Poland and the Tai Ji Men case in Taiwan.
An American diplomat asked the U.S. to intervene to stop the bloody repression of protests in Taiwan in 1947. He was not heard. It is a story with a lesson for the Tai Ji Men case.
An international webinar reviewed challenges to freedom of education throughout the world, which also emerged in the Tai Ji Men case.
Hate Speech, Media Bias, and Education: A Comparative Analysis of the Tai Ji Men and Unification Church Cases
Hostile forces fueled media campaigns against Tai Ji Men in Taiwan and the Unification Church in Japan, with a detrimental effect on their educational activities.