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02-10-09, 18:54
Wu offers explanation of Kadeer issue

10/02/2009 (Taipei Times)
Premier Wu Den-yih (吳敦義) said on Thursday that exiled Uighur rights activist Rebiya Kadeer was welcome to visit Taiwan under the condition that Dolkun Isa steps down as World Uyghur Congress (WUC) secretary-general, or if Kadeer resigns as the organization's president.

Wu made the remarks at a press conference when asked by reporters if the government's decision to deny Kadeer a visa to visiting Taiwan was to avoid irritating Beijing.

Wu said the government made the decision because of Kadeer's "close working relationship" at the WUC with Isa, whom Wu said was closely related to two terrorist groups by Interpol.

When told that New York University law professor Jerome Cohen — one of President Ma Ying-jeou's (馬英九) professors at Harvard University — had described the government’s decision not to allow Kadeer to visit as "ridiculous," Wu said he respected different opinions, but added: "The interests of the country and the public are not understood by people who take no responsibility for the country and who do not live in the country."

Meanwhile, several civic and human rights groups held screenings of a documentary on Kadeer around the country on Thursday on the same day the People's Republic of China celebrated the 60th anniversary of its founding.

"We picked October 1 because we wanted to remind the world that the Chinese regime is still repressing the peoples of East Turkestan and Tibet," said Chow Mei-li (周美里), chairwoman of the Taiwan Friends of Tibet, which co-hosted the screening at the Da-an District Administration Center in Taipei.

Besides showing the documentary on Kadeer, The 10 Conditions of Love, another documentary, Leaving Fear Behind, was also shown in which Tibetans inside Tibet speak out against Chinese rule. The footage in Leaving Fear Behind was smuggled out of Tibet and director Dhondup Wangchen has been jailed since March last year for making the film.

By showing the films, Chow said she wanted to remind the world that Kadeer's four children in Xinjiang were in prison because of their mother's activism and that Dhondup was also still in custody.

"We call on the world to pressure China for their release," she said.

Besides the screening at the Da-an District Administration Center, screenings were held at Taipei City Council, in Taichung, Tainan, Kaohsiung and Pingtung on Thursday.

In related news, Taiwanese actor Aaron Chen (陳昭榮) came under fire over a blog entry that called the screening of The 10 Conditions of Love a provocative act intended to harm cross-strait relations and urged "all Chinese to stand united" for the prosperity of China.

"After so many years [of separation], the two sides [of the Taiwan Strait] have finally entered a honeymoon period and I hope no one will try to damage hard-earned cross-strait harmony for their own personal interests," Chen said in a blog entry posted last week. "Showing the documentary on Kadeer is an attempt by some people to destroy the peaceful development of cross-strait relations ... As a Chinese, would anyone support the separatist acts of Kadeer?"

Chen compared those who pushed the screening to members of the Boxer Rebellion, an anti-imperialist uprising in China at the turn of the 20th century.

"We should all work together to make the Chinese a proud people," Chen said, adding that he didn't understand politics and that “artists should not get involved in politics."

Although the entry was posted last week, many Internet users only found out about it on Thursday and started to distribute it via e-mail and on social networking sites, saying they were disappointed and calling Chen's remarks "shameful." Chen then removed the blog entry.

http://www.taiwanheadlines.gov****/ct.asp?xItem=168261&CtNode=39

http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/archives/2009/10/02/2003454960

Unregistered
02-10-09, 20:05
Pah, bu qaltis gep boptighu. Rabiye animizning Teiwenge kirishi uchun Dolkun Eysa DUQ din istifa qilishi yaki, Rabiye xanim DUQ din istifa qilihsi kerekmish. dimek xitayning mexsiti ikkisini bir-biridín ayrish ikende. nime digen oyun bu. dimek hichqandaq xitaygha ishengili bolmaydu jumu.!!!!


Wu offers explanation of Kadeer issue

10/02/2009 (Taipei Times)
Premier Wu Den-yih (吳敦義) said on Thursday that exiled Uighur rights activist Rebiya Kadeer was welcome to visit Taiwan under the condition that Dolkun Isa steps down as World Uyghur Congress (WUC) secretary-general, or if Kadeer resigns as the organization's president.

Wu made the remarks at a press conference when asked by reporters if the government's decision to deny Kadeer a visa to visiting Taiwan was to avoid irritating Beijing.

Wu said the government made the decision because of Kadeer's "close working relationship" at the WUC with Isa, whom Wu said was closely related to two terrorist groups by Interpol.

When told that New York University law professor Jerome Cohen — one of President Ma Ying-jeou's (馬英九) professors at Harvard University — had described the government’s decision not to allow Kadeer to visit as "ridiculous," Wu said he respected different opinions, but added: "The interests of the country and the public are not understood by people who take no responsibility for the country and who do not live in the country."

Meanwhile, several civic and human rights groups held screenings of a documentary on Kadeer around the country on Thursday on the same day the People's Republic of China celebrated the 60th anniversary of its founding.

"We picked October 1 because we wanted to remind the world that the Chinese regime is still repressing the peoples of East Turkestan and Tibet," said Chow Mei-li (周美里), chairwoman of the Taiwan Friends of Tibet, which co-hosted the screening at the Da-an District Administration Center in Taipei.

Besides showing the documentary on Kadeer, The 10 Conditions of Love, another documentary, Leaving Fear Behind, was also shown in which Tibetans inside Tibet speak out against Chinese rule. The footage in Leaving Fear Behind was smuggled out of Tibet and director Dhondup Wangchen has been jailed since March last year for making the film.

By showing the films, Chow said she wanted to remind the world that Kadeer's four children in Xinjiang were in prison because of their mother's activism and that Dhondup was also still in custody.

"We call on the world to pressure China for their release," she said.

Besides the screening at the Da-an District Administration Center, screenings were held at Taipei City Council, in Taichung, Tainan, Kaohsiung and Pingtung on Thursday.

In related news, Taiwanese actor Aaron Chen (陳昭榮) came under fire over a blog entry that called the screening of The 10 Conditions of Love a provocative act intended to harm cross-strait relations and urged "all Chinese to stand united" for the prosperity of China.

"After so many years [of separation], the two sides [of the Taiwan Strait] have finally entered a honeymoon period and I hope no one will try to damage hard-earned cross-strait harmony for their own personal interests," Chen said in a blog entry posted last week. "Showing the documentary on Kadeer is an attempt by some people to destroy the peaceful development of cross-strait relations ... As a Chinese, would anyone support the separatist acts of Kadeer?"

Chen compared those who pushed the screening to members of the Boxer Rebellion, an anti-imperialist uprising in China at the turn of the 20th century.

"We should all work together to make the Chinese a proud people," Chen said, adding that he didn't understand politics and that “artists should not get involved in politics."

Although the entry was posted last week, many Internet users only found out about it on Thursday and started to distribute it via e-mail and on social networking sites, saying they were disappointed and calling Chen's remarks "shameful." Chen then removed the blog entry.

http://www.taiwanheadlines.gov****/ct.asp?xItem=168261&CtNode=39

http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/archives/2009/10/02/2003454960

Unregistered
03-10-09, 15:29
The Wu is not explain anything, he is more like requesting drop of Isa and Kadeer from their positions. He is more like a CCP spy in Taiwan for me. How he could climbed up so high?

When he start working for ccp? before 1989 or after? I think the Judge in Taiwan should sentance him go back to CHina and work for ccp directly, both sides will happy.

Unregistered
03-10-09, 21:49
Rabiye Kadirning Taiwanga berishi hajetsiz, barsimu jik roli bolmaydu, barmigini tehi yahshirak, her ikkilisi hitay, bu qukum hitayning uyuni, eger beripla kalsa hitayga tutup otkuzup berse hiqkim hiqnime kilip berelmeydu bizge, apla depla turup kalimiz, belkim namayish kilip wakirap tohtap kalimiz, bir yahshi bashlangan ish bushugidila ujukudu, tarihni untup kalmayli, tehi neqqe kun ilgirila DolkunEysaga
bolgan ishni untup kalmayli,bu yuzi totak hitayga peketla ishengili bolmaydu.

shunga Rabiye Kadirning Taiwanga berishi nahayiti heterlik , barmisun,
Ellik yillik tarihimizni kino lentisidek koz aldimizdin otkuzup bakayli, Hojaniyaz haji,Elhan tore, Ehmetjan Kasimi, katarlik yol bashiqilirimizga nime boldi, shu yalganqi hitayning aldimi bilen halak boldi, Taiwanga berishning peketla zoruriyiti yok,
neqqe wahtin karap baksam bu torda bu togruluk pikir bergen birmu adem yok,

kandak deysiler kerindashlar ?