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●  Washington Post, 2021-5-13: Widespread blackouts hit Taiwan after power plant trips.  officials said the cause of the outage was still under investigation and urged calm.  President Tsai Ing-wen urged people to stay calm and not spread misinformation.  ( Chinese: 台灣大停電原因調查中  台總統籲民眾勿傳假消息  washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/taiwan-power-outage/2021/05/13/f1be2bc8-b3bf-11eb-bc96-fdf55de43bef_story.html Bloomberg, 2021-5-13: Taiwan’s water shortage was one of the key reasons behind the slow return of power  (bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-05-13/parts-of-taiwan-go-dark-after-plant-failure-triggers-outage)
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 Taiwan warns on an extremely serious CovID-19 situation , share market tumblesReuters, 2021-5-14:  Taipei's bars, nightclubs, saunas and karaoke halls would close from the following day .

 

      

 

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   BBC, 2021-5-6 : The case of a boy who is fighting for his life after being slammed to the floor 27 times during judo practice by his coach and classmate has shocked Taiwan - but it has also highlighted what critics say is a culture of turning a blind eye to abuse against children.  The culture" leads many people to not fully respect children's rights. It's better now, but Taiwan really lags behind other developed countries in this aspect of human rights" . The judicial system also tends to side with teachers, Prosecutors in his son's case did not charge the teacher with causing injury, arguing the family had to prove his injuries were connected to the abuse.  bbc.com/news/world-asia-56967974  (Chinese: 一名男在教練與同學的柔道練習中被摔倒27次後重傷為自己的生命而戰,這震驚了台灣-但也突顯了一種對虐待行為視而不見的文化;  “我們的文化導致許多人不完全尊重兒童權利。台灣在人權方面確實落後於其他發達國家。司法系統也傾向柔道教練檢察官沒有指控造成傷害)