Asian Dykes Take to Celluloid
An interview with a Taiwanese organizer of the upcoming international First Asian Lesbian Film and Video Festival to be held in Taipei. (3-31-05)
Going It Alone
Most Taiwanese prefer independence or the status quo, over reunification with China. (12-4-02)
Just ten years after their first democratic elections, Taiwanese women, indigenous peoples, and lesbians and gay men mix it up with opponents, keeping democracy alive. (6-25-02)
Bush AOK on Taiwan, Puerto Rico Awaits
George W. Bush stumbled onto the side of the angels, Wednesday, publicly pledging "Whatever it took" to help Taiwan defend itself against a greedy China. Any day now he'll free Vieques.
New Threats to Democracy
Including a divided legislature, crony capitalism, and sleazy lessons from America's Monica Lewinsky era. If you don't like the Presidentimpeach him.
The Beijing-Taipei Shimmy
In the ritualistic extravaganza of China-Taiwan relations, the inter-national dialogue seems to take place only in the press. Will it lead to change, or to war? (7-25-00)
Lesbian and Gay Taiwan: A Yardstick of Democracy
What does the state of lesbian and gay Taiwan tell us about Taiwan's new society? An overview through martial law, and the first years of democracy. (6-1-00)
The revolving door colonialism of Taiwan's history, and current state of Taiwan-China relations. (4-10-00)
Showdown in the Sour Pacific
The implication of Taiwan's March 18 presidential election which will put the Nationalists out of business for the first time since 1949. (3-24-00)
Taiwan Human Rights Report 1999
Summary and introduction by THE GULLY of this U.S. State Department report exhaustively detailing both problems and progress in Taiwan.